Central Intelligence Agency
The nation’s spy offices were given less in 2014 than in previous years.
The 10-year deal allows 9,800 troops to remain past December.
Officials are pushing back at claims they underestimated the threat.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein seemed confident the report would be out by the end of the month.
Calls for him to resign over Senate spying lost steam over the summer recess.
Officials fear the report could spark global protests.
Sen. Martin Heinrich (D-N.M.) called on the Obama administration to limit redactions in a Senate...
He said the CIA's snooping on the Senate is "an affront to our republic."
Sen. Richard Blumenthal says the agency needs “broad and systemic” changes.
The New York Times editorial board is calling for an overhaul at the CIA, after an investigation...
Sen. Mark Udall said there "must be consequences" for the spying on Senate computers.
Former top officials at the CIA were denied a chance to see the Senate's "torture report."
A privacy organization is suing CIA to obtain details about how it spied on Senate staff.
Rep. Adam Schiff defended Obama from critics who say he is trying to shift blame.
The CIA has reportedly curtailed its spying operations in Europe for the last two months.
Rep. Ruppersberger said House and Senate investigators found no proof for the charge.
The CIA director has been under fire since a report his agency spied on the Senate.
Feinstein won't release the report until "key facts" are allowed to stay in.
The CIA’s admission that it broke into Senate computers has created a firestorm.
“I have full confidence in John Brennan,” Obama said.
John Brennan has kept Congress in the loop, Saxby Chambliss said.
Two Democratic lawmakers called on CIA chief Brennan to resign.
The CIA improperly hacked into Intelligence Committee computers, it now concedes.
German officials investigating the NSA are mulling using manual typewriters.