When the CIA joined Twitter earlier this year, this was their very first tweet:
The CIA recently declassified a trove of records from their in-house journal, Studies in Intelligence. The collection has profiles of the spooks of yore, analysis of things like how the Iran-Contra story was originally leaked, and accounts of pivotal moments in the agency's history.
I used to think it was to play someone with a disability and engage in lots of scenes of noble suffering, but then they didn't Oscar-nominate the guy in the iron lung or the woman with no legs, so scratch that. I've now realized what the most efficient new way is to cop the gold!
Runnin' Scared just got word from Anonymous's Twitter feed that the hacktivist group has taken down the Central Intelligence Agency's website, writing: "CIA TANGO DOWN: https://www.cia.gov/ #Anonymous (via @RT_America) http://goo.gl/zBW2b." As of 3:53 p.m., the CIA's website does not appear to be w ... More >>
von Bulow: CIA blew up the World Trade CenterThere are 9/11 conspiracy nuts who are nuts and then there's German politician Andreas von Bülow, a member of the center-left Social Democrats who spent 25 years in the Bundestag and was Helmut Schmidt's Minister for Research and Technology for a few ... More >>
On July 5, the Associated Press reported about "John," a "career CIA analyst" who helped track down Osama Bin Laden. "In the hunt for the world's most-wanted terrorist," the AP wrote, "there may have been no one more important." They didn't use his name, for fear of "retribution," but the AP ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. August 9, 1973, Vol. XVIII, No. 32 Covering up the cover-up? by Lucian K. Truscott IV In the days immediately following the break-in of Democratic National Party Headquarters at the Watergate in June 1972, Richard M. Nixon met repeated ... More >>
Imagine being a super-secret spy for the CIA and having something you think is in the best interests of the American people that you know, that they don't. What to do? Call a reporter! Looks like the CIA isn't too cool with this kind of thing.
Three years ago this week, an intoxicated famous chick showed up at the apartment of a 26-year-old Brooklynite and ended up spending the night in his bed. Here's his story--and photos--of his escapade with this famous hot poontang, yo.
Outed ex-spy Valerie Plame Wilson, whose memoir was heavily censored by the C.I.A., lost a second attempt to get the whole story out today. The Second Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the C.I.A.'s right to edit out of Wilson's 2007 memoir, Fair Game: My Life as a Spy, information relating to ... More >>
Attorney General Eric Holder is going to do a "preliminary review" of the CIA to see if any of the techniques their operatives used on detainees -- which the Inspector General's report reveals included threats to rape the detainees' female relatives in front of them and kill their children, m ... More >>
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Echoes of Watergate in the twilight of the Bush presidency
What did Bush know and when did he know it? Will the next president pardon him?
Still waiting for our representativesand presidential candidatesto address criminal U.S. kidnappings
'We do not torture': Groans from the CIA's black sites beg to differ
Leaked Red Cross report sets up Bush team for international war-crimes trial
With no sign of torture on a prisoner, then it didn't happen, right?
The Berkeley professor who gave a president a license to (all but) kill
A private corporation joins Bush administration's conspiracy to obstruct justice
George W. Bush's presidential library is not likely to include the story of Binyam Mohammed
From CIA secret prisons, 14 "high-level" terror suspects are at Gitmo. Where are all the others?
Through the new Congress, we can begin to take back our country from George III's descendants
Boeing helps CIA fly kidnapped suspects abroad for torture
Mandate for the new majority: Curb the president's power to torture
Our European allies in the CIA's criminal missions are finally held accountable
Devastating Council of Europe report on CIA involvement with kidnapping and torture
The nimble former head of the National Security Agency soft-shoes his way to the CIA
CIA war crimes in Europe are now under official investigation there, but not here
The disappeared: Are they dead? Are they alive? Ask Congress. Ask the president.
What are we going to do with the secret prisoners who cannot be tried in our courts?
The basics of alternative 9-11 theories
CIA has documented every use of its exclusive 'enhanced interrogation techniques'
CIA leads U.S. in 'reaching for the low moral ground' in the war against terrorism
The press gets a second chance on the CIA leak case
Italy's prime minister demands that the U.S. explain CIA criminality in his country
U.S. ally Uzbekistan teaches interrogators how to boil suspected terrorists to death
New released papers show link between church, spooks against Soviet Union
Congress dozes while detainees are sent to other countries to be tortured
The president says he opposes torture; his leadership supports it. Who will prevail?
Are they dead? Are they alive? Where is the media? Does anybody out there care?
Canadian inquiry may reveal CIA secrets on outsourcing torture
feds broaden leak probe, start grilling republican party officials
The Outing of a CIA Employee Is a Predictable Move in the Bush Government's Attack on Constitutional Rights
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Media Is Snowblind No More
The Times Digs Up Old CIA Death