The effort appears focused on gaining access to user data on phones and tablets.
The government tried to compel Times reporter James Risen to testify.
By accepting torture in the short term, we imperil our place as a beacon of human rights.
Avril Haines, the CIA's No. 2 officer, replaces Tony Blinken, who is going to State.
John Brennan delivered an aggressive rebuttal of the Senate Intelligence panel's report.
Cheney called the Senate report's claim Bush wasn't informed a "flat out lie."
The 528-page report asserts that the CIA tortured and misled the public.
The Joint Chiefs urged commanders to "take appropriate force protection measures."
An imagined line of questioning for Gowdy if he calls his Republican colleague, Rogers, as an...
Hayden said U.S. special operations forces could wind up on the ground in Syria.
After 20 minutes, the commandos say they disregarded a "stand down" order.
Feinstein has repeatedly battled the administration on a string of issues.
The killing of a master terrorist is the final chapter in a much longer story.
He left the administration in 2013 after stints as CIA chief and Defense secretary.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein falls far short of justifying the release of the Senate Intelligence...
Most called the practices torture, but 57 percent believe they produced useful information.
"We will have hearings in January, February, March," said Rep. Trey Gowdy.
The department "did not find any new information" in the Senate's report.
"We want to be prepared, just in case,” Secretary Hagel said.
Petraeus resigned as CIA director in 2012 after admitting to an extramarital affair.
The United States is taking on more risk because of the leaks, report argues.
House Republicans remained divided on Syria after a closed-door meeting.
Democrats insist findings must be made public, but critics worry about repercussions.
Liberals are unhappy with presidential support for CIA chief John Brennan and others.