In a joint letter to the president, the signatories say his stripping the security clearance of former CIA Director John Brennan is "an attempt to stifle free speech."
The president abruptly revokes the security clearance of ex-CIA Director John Brennan, an unprecedented act of retribution against a critical former top U.S. official.
Caitlin Johnstone raises concern that these consultants' investment in the U.S. power establishment can lead to poor analyses.
Making the former NSA chief and CIA director the go-to expert on Trump's relationship with intelligence agencies is misguided.
An investigator for the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, Dan Jones, worked hard to get to the bottom of the agency’s torture program. Then-Attorney General Eric Holder and others conspired to keep the worst news hidden.
The 50 Republican national security experts who signed a letter saying Donald Trump “lacks the character, values, and experience to be president” hardly have the moral high ground. The group includes your basic list of potential American war criminals.
His ideas for “solving problems” in the Holy Land are stale, predictable and stamped with the Israel lobby’s seal of approval. Other than that, though, they’re great.
At The Wall Street Journal's CFO conference, former National Security Agency Director Michael Hayden disparaged the idea that the leaking of documents by Edward Snowden was a two-year "nightmare" for the agency.
If journalists and officials began talking about the tests that CIA psychologists conducted on suspected terrorists at U.S. black sites, would Americans demand the prosecution of those responsible?