The latest news on CIA
Human Rights Watch alleges subjects were waterboarded, delivered to dictator under Bush's watch.
Once an outspoken general, Petraeus has morphed into the quiet keeper of the nation's deepest secrets.
Paula Broadwell discusses the mark Petraeus left on the military.
The CIA's inspector general cleared the agency of any wrongdoing in its partnership with New York.
Former U.S. Marine, Amir Mirzaei Hekmati, has 20 days to appeal death sentence
Special Ops at Fort Bragg's Special Warfare Center are learning new methods meant to shock and teach.
Ron Paul earns key endorsement just hours before the Iowa Caucuses begin.
Outing is damaging because it will hinder the ability of these CIA employees to work overseas again.
For years, the CIA used a government building — codenamed Bright Light — as a makeshift prison.
Localities like New York City have to take matters into their own hands.