These Senators Just Asked Obama to Make the CIA Apologize for Spying on the Intelligence Committee
The letter sent by Senators Ron Wyden, Martin Heinrich, and Mazie Hirono underscores long-running tensions between the committee and the CIA, and comes ahead of CIA Director John Brennan's first public testimony before the committee in two years.
On The Line: Jason Leopold On “The Google Search That Made The CIA Spy On The US Senate”
VICE News correspondent Jason Leopold joined On The Line to discuss his new report, “The Google Search That Made the CIA Spy on the US Senate.”
The Google Search That Made the CIA Spy on the US Senate
More than 300 pages of declassified documents released to VICE News reveal what occurred after a Senate staffer accidentally stumbled upon damning internal CIA documents related to the agency's torture program.
The CIA Explains What They Redacted From the Senate Torture Report — and Why
A CIA lawyer revealed what kind of information the agency redacted in the report's 499-page summary, and the reasoning behind the redactions.
GOP Senator Wants to Make Sure the Full CIA Torture Report Never Sees the Light of Day
The new Republican chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee is trying to prevent the public from seeing a scathing 6,900-page report about the CIA's enhanced interrogation program.
Panel: The CIA Didn't Spy on the US Senate — But the Senate Improperly Accessed Documents From the CIA
A CIA accountability board found no fault with the CIA in the ongoing fight over the torture report — but it did find that Senate staffers stole documents from the CIA.
The Weird Saga of the Other 'Smoking Gun' Torture Report the CIA Still Has Under Wraps
The CIA commissioned its own internal report on the agency's 'enhanced interrogation' program, but almost nothing has been known about it — till now.