Despite fifteen years of scandal and investigations, it’s still not clear that Trump’s CIA Director learned the right lessons.
"There’s a smoking saw": GOP senators briefed by CIA director say the Saudi prince ordered Khashoggi murder
“If [the crown prince] went in front of a jury, he would be convicted in 30 minutes”
The heavily redacted cables detail brutal treatment of Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri, the suspected mastermind of an attack on the USS Cole that killed 17 sailors.
Two women in North Carolina say they discovered a CIA contractor called Aero, operating out of their local county airport, and handling some 80 percent of the country's rendition flights between 2001 and 2004.
Last week, Gina Haspel defended the CIA’s use of torture. Now, she says the program should never have existed.
The protester, Ray McGovern, used to brief Ronald Reagan every morning.
"I’m not gonna sit here, with the benefit of hindsight, and judge the very good people who made hard decisions who were running the agency," Haspel said.
"Think of that, in these very dangerous times, we have the most qualified person, a woman, who Democrats want OUT because she is too tough on terror," Trump wrote.
As "chief of base" of a CIA Black Site in Thailand, Haspel oversaw the torture and waterboarding of Abu Zubaydah, who still hasn't been charged with a crime.
Tillerson out as secretary of state, House Republicans say no evidence of collusion, UK accuses Russia of attacking former spy, and more.