"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.
This is ridiculously beautiful.
Mahdi Hashi was just sentenced to nine years in US prison for supporting al Shabaab — but the feds admit he wasn't plotting any attacks on American soil.
Sabrina De Sousa, a former CIA officer convicted in Italy for the 2003 unlawful rendition of a radical Muslim cleric, faces a possible 5-year prison sentence.
Abdullah Almalki, Ahmad El Maati, and Muayyed Nureddin have been deadlocked in a legal battle with the Canadian government for years, as they seek compensation for the time they spent in Syrian jail cells.
Convicted in absentia for the 2003 rendition of Muslim cleric Abu Omar, former CIA officer Sabrina De Sousa tells VICE News why she's still battling to clear her name.
Sabrina De Sousa explains how she's used the Freedom of Information Act to try and clear the charges against her for the 2003 rendition of Abu Omar.
The Syrian-Canadian engineer was imprisoned in Syria for a year after US authorities deported him on what turned out to be false suspicions he was linked to al Qaeda.
In this excerpt, former Deputy Director of the CIA Michael Morell admits that the intelligence the CIA produced about Saddam Hussein’s nuclear intentions, which paved the way to war, was flawed.
In this extra scene, former Deputy Director of the CIA Michael Morell discusses the Senate’s 500-page torture report, and how they might have got things wrong.
Former Deputy Director of the CIA Michael Morell sat down with VICE News for a candid discussion about the Iraq war and the CIA’s "enhanced interrogation" program.