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Here is a tip sheet to follow Obama's transition.
On the homeland security front, the CIA has moved first to reach out to the Obama transition team.
Key personnel are preparing for a smooth transition.
He's posted at Heinz Field but his situation is more friendly than the Patriots' spy scandal.
Mike Hayden stresses the need for continuing improvement.
CIA Director and Air Force Gen. Michael Hayden this month gave back to a group that put him in his first uniform: the Boy Scouts.
Revelations about the destruction of interrogation tapes by the CIA have altered the way the military maintains documentation regarding detainees in the prison at Guantánamo Bay and other locations, according to government documents filed in federal court this month
CIA chief Gen. Michael Hayden is a man with a lot of secrets—including his, uh, spooky success as a Super Bowl seer. The lifelong Pittsburgh Steelers fan correctly predicted the outcome of the Super Bowl XLII, picking the Giants to upset the formidable New England Patriots in the annual celebrity prediction poll conducted last week by the Scripps Howard News Service.
CIA Director Mike Hayden understands politics, and in this presidential season he wants to make sure his staff of agents and analysts do too.
Spy chief Mike Hayden was also at the switch on Christmas Eve.