Alissa Starzak was pressed on how Senate aides obtained a secret CIA document.
The CIA poured ice water on one man's genitals and twice recorded him naked, he says.
Amnesty International says the White House has turned a blind eye to a Senate report.
“I don’t know enough about where the document sits at this point in time,” James Comey said.
The head of the Senate Intleligence Committee wants a controversial report back.
The head of the Senate Intel Committee wants the White House to hand over its copies.
“The cause and effect relationship ... is, in my view, unknowable,” John Brennan said.
The department "did not find any new information" in the Senate's report.
He sides with Democrats, saying tactics used by the CIA "stained our national honor."
"CIA detainees were tortured," the report says.
Kerry's call comes days before lawmakers are preparing to release the report.
Calls for him to resign over Senate spying lost steam over the summer recess.
The Justice Department has had an “inconsistent” reaction to the report, the group said.
The documents will stay secret, a judge declared Wednesday.
The classified document was at the center of the CIA's snooping on Senate files.
However, the Obama administration appears to be siding with GOP Sen. Richard Burr.
Democrats are protesting a move to restrict access to classified documents.
John Brennan said it's "lamentable" senators didn't interview CIA personnel.
John Brennan evoked 9/11 to defend the CIA.
Michael Hayden is launching a media blitz after the report's release.
Feinstein accused CIA of misleading public and carrying out torture.
Pardons could help "establish, once and for all, that torture is illegal," the group said.
The government was reportedly set to respond to a FOIA case on Friday.
Feinstein won't release the report until "key facts" are allowed to stay in.