Jonathan Pollard was released from prison after 30 years on Friday.
A previously secret 2012 watchdog report warned agency rules had been broken.
The ACLU is raising the legal stakes in a fight over secret drone documents.
The CIA made some of its biggest organizational changes since the height of the Cold War.
Tyler Drumheller served in the CIA for 26 years and was a critic of the Iraq War.
The White House must hold the CIA director "accountable," says Rockefeller.
Hayden says they were "medical procedures."
Sen. Risch is "absolutely opposed" to an international investigation.
The CIA previously put the number at 10,000.
The White House accidentally emailed talking points about a forthcoming report.
The Obama administration offered Germany a rare deal to share intelligence.
The agency is reviewing the report on interrogation techniques before it becomes public.
The man was sentenced to 13 years in a Russian penal colony.
Media outlets made inappropriate "inferences" about the hack, John Brennan said.
The government alleges that Wayne Simmons lied about a 27-year career with the CIA.
The Justice Department has had an “inconsistent” reaction to the report, the group said.
The Obama administration allegedly used what it found to influence the press.
Brennan fiercely defended the agency during a rare CIA press conference on Thursday.
“We would put our record against any record around the world,” says State spokeswoman.
Mitch McConnell says its release "significantly endangers Americans around the world."
Forthcoming report will detail now-defunct interrogation techniques "contrary to our values."
Former top officials at the CIA were denied a chance to see the Senate's "torture report."
The German foreign minister says he hopes to move past "the breach of trust."
She said the CIA officer’s "covert career, as mine was, is finished."