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Obama adviser outlines how CIA would be different under his watch.
WASHINGTON (AP) — A Senate hearing on John Brennan's nomination to head the CIA could lay bare some parts of the secret war against al-Qaida: lethal drone strikes from covert bases against even American terror suspects, harsh interrogation methods and long detention of suspects without due process.
Former CIA Director Gen. Michael Hayden said he was 'disturbed' by parts of the movie.
Helms was the only director of central intelligence ever convicted of lying to Congress.
The president and his subordinates acting alone are likely to produce worse security policies than two branches that have to debate and compromise.
When U.S. News covered the 'Canada Caper' in 1980, it foresaw a future Oscar frontrunner.
CIA directors aren't about the individual, they are about the experience.
Brennan must answer questions on torture, drones, and armed conflict to earn Senate approval.
The Senate can and should demand transparency from Brennan on torture, drones, and counterterrorism strategies.
Brennan's opposition to torture laws make him unfit for CIA director.