A D.C. Superior Court judge on Wednesday dismissed a $20 million defamation suit brought by a leading pro-Israel activist against his former employer, in a high-profile battle that involved charges of espionage and pornography. In 2009, Steven J. Rosen brought...
Let’s face it: If the CIA was hoping to recruit new cupcake cooks, the recruiting pitch would be all pastry and light But in its unique line of work, the CIA’s National Clandestine Service -- where the spies are --...
The future of the CIA’s unit on climate change and U.S. national security is “in jeopardy” because of pressure for intelligence budget cuts and resistance from conservative lawmakers, a new report says. The CIA’s Center on Climate Change and National...
| January 11, 2011; 6:12 PM ET |
Categories: Congress, Financial/business, Intelligence, Politics | Tags: CIA, Leon J. Panetta, Rep. Mike Rogers, Rolf Mowatt-Larssen, Sen. Dianne Feinstein, Sen. John Barrasso, Sen. Saxby Chambliss
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Showing once again that nations have permanent interests but not permanent allies, the Justice Department on Monday charged an Ohio man with illegally shipping infrared military technology to South Korea, a staunch U.S. ally. The accused man, Kue Sang Chun,...
Donald F. Borelli, who retired last week as head of the FBI's Joint Terrorism Task Force in New York, today joined a private security consulting company headed by Ali Soufan, another notable FBI agent who worked against al-Qaeda. Borelli was...
Germany’s top security official said Monday that WikiLeaks is “irritating and annoying for Germany, but not a threat.” Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere also he said he was opposed to financial entities cutting off payments to WikiLeaks under pressure from...
| December 21, 2010; 2:15 PM ET |
Categories: Financial/business, Foreign policy, Homeland Security, Intelligence, Lawandcourts | Tags: Angela Merkel, Der Spiegel, Hillary Clinton, Thomas De Maizière
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