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Sites like Wikileaks could forever alter how the government gets intelligence tips.
One only wishes it didn’t take near acts of war to foster meaningful dialogue between the two parties.
Until now, the U.S. has never had a woman lead one of its 16 major intelligence agencies.
Some intelligence veterans say it's time to rethink how widely classified material is shared.
Pledging to increase trust with Congress, Clapper said he would be candid with lawmakers if confirmed.
Obama nominated Clapper, the head of intelligence for the Defense Department, six weeks ago.
An intelligence review sends waves through the Pentagon as it critiques strategy in Afghanistan.
Michael Steele and healthcare reform top the list.
In half a century at the CIA, Charlie Allen saw it all, from the Cold War to the war on al Qaeda.
In 1934, this was big news and was the first Whisper ever.