Office of the Director of National Intelligence
The president-elect took to Twitter Thursday to remind the American public that he is actually "a big fan" of the intelligence community.
A new government report says at least four released Guantanamo Bay detainees have "returned to terrorist activities" in the first half of 2016.
Her campaign said the briefing went on for two hours and took place at the FBI offices in White Plains, north of New York City, near the Clinton's home in Westchester County.
The latest twice-yearly US government report tracking former Guantanamo detainees found that an additional six are suspected of engaging in terrorist or insurgent activities.
On Tuesday, a cache of 113 documents seized from the al Qaeda leader's Pakistani hideout were made publicly available on the Office of the Director of National Intelligence’s website.
Letters written by Osama Bin Laden in his final years depict a man concerned about al Qaeda splinter groups in Africa, with the document release coming a week after journalist Seymour Hersh questioned the government's account of his death.
After two big White House announcements last week, the US now has three separate cybersecurity organizations that all seemingly do the exact same thing.
The US government has confirmed that the two detainees have been allowed to leave North Korea and are on their way home to reunite with their families.
Though the report does not provide names, it reveals the confirmed recidivism of one former detainee and suspicions surrounding another.