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One of the alternative press’s most significant scoops of the 1960s was Sol Stern’s February 1967 Ramparts magazine’s exposé revealing that the Central Intelligence Agency had long secretly funded and ... read more

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The hacking of Iran's hackers

An Iranian cyber operations front organization that’s a target of new U.S. sanctions was itself the victim of an attack that looted its own hacking tools and dumped them on the internet two years ago. read more

The CIA sent a team of 4 operators on a spy mission targeting China. None came back.

CIA operative Stephen Stanek faced a decision: cancel the operation he was running or go forward with it — as a tropical storm barreled through the Philippines with a projection to veer north and miss ... read more

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Tragic Miscalculations In The Early Years Of The CIA

In his new book, 'The Quiet Americans ... respected after defeating Nazi Germany. The CIA then embarked on hundreds of ill-considered covert operations in Eastern Europe, and its obsession ... read more


Edward Snowden agrees to give up more than $5 million from book and speeches

Edward Snowden, the former CIA contractor who leaked ... adviser who published a damaging book about President Donald Trump earlier this year, faces a similar attempt by the Justice Department to claw ... read more

The Spymasters: Book Review

The Director of the Central Intelligence Agency is one of the most challenging, most rewarding, and least understood jobs in Washington DC. read more

Edward Snowden agrees to pay US government $5M from book profits and speeches

Edward Snowden has agreed to forfeit to the U.S. government more than $5 million in sales of his autobiography, Permanent Record, and speaking fees. read more

Did The CIA Write 'Wind Of Change'? Patrick Radden Keefe's Hit Podcast Tries To Find Out

If Tiger King was the must-see TV show for the start of lockdown, so Wind of Change has become the must-hear podcast as we (slowly) approach the other side. Both are detective stories featuring a ... read more

One of the Most Perilous Jobs in Government

As Chris Whipple shows in “The Spymasters,” the heads of the Central Intelligence Agency have often been more beleaguered than omnipotent. read more

Roaming Charges: Smoke on the Water, Lies Burning in the Sky

I returned home to discover that my old pal George Atiyeh is missing from his home in the Santiam Canyon, located directly in the path of the monstrous Beachey Creek fire. George is the Hayduke of the ... read more

Former CIA Director Labels Trump 'Absolute Abomination' Over Woodward Book Revelations

John Brennan said Trump would quit the White House "if he had a soul or a conscience" in the wake of details from Woodward's book. read more

Book Excerpt: The Nine Lives of Pakistan — How ISI became that country’s omnipotent force

NYT journalist Declan Walsh on the origins of Pakistan military’s powerful spy agency, his own relationship with ISI and how it uses fear as a powerful weapon. read more



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