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  • AP Exclusive: Special ops troops using flawed intel software

    Special operations troops heading to war zones are asking for commercial intelligence analysis software they say will help their missions. But their requests are languishing, and they are being ordered to use a flawed, in-house system preferred by the...
  • Protests to resume at Horsham drone command site

    In 2013, the Air Force and the Pennsylvania National Guard announced the formation of a drone command center in Horsham Township, Montgomery County. The announcement stated that the facilities would be operational by 2015. In response, peace activists...
  • Pentagon envisions up to 7 more Guantanamo trials

    MIAMI Pentagon officials envision prosecuting at most seven more Guantanamo captives, the most notorious among them an Indonesian man known as Hambali who was once considered the CIA's most wanted terrorist in Southeast Asia, according to just-released...
  • CIA director: Iran general 'destabilizing' efforts in Iraq

    The leader of Iran's elite Quds Force is contributing to instability in Iraq and complicating the U.S. mission against terrorism with his command of some of the Iraqi forces battling Islamic State militants, the director of the Central Intelligence Agency...
  • Will Cold War spy ship anchor in Pennsylvania?

    Will Cold War spy ship anchor in Pennsylvania?
    PHILADELPHIA —John Lahm was a 25-year-old electrician helping to build a waterfront power plant in Chester when he saw the ship cruising north on the Delaware River. All around him, work stopped. Hundreds of men stood and stared at the strange-...
  • White House consulting Petraeus on fight against IS

    Top officials in the Obama administration have consulted former CIA Director David Petraeus about the fight against the Islamic State group — despite his admission that he gave classified material to his biographer and mistress, the White House said...
  • Obama remembers Coral Springs man still missing in Iran

    To mark the Iranian new year, President Barack Obama on Friday paid respects to Robert Levinson of Coral Springs, a former FBI agent who went missing in Iran eight years ago while reportedly working as a spy for the CIA.  The president recalled Levinson...
  • Pentagon's intelligence chief to retire

    The Pentagon says its top intelligence official, Michael Vickers, is retiring next month. Vickers has been the undersecretary of defense for intelligence since March 2011. He has served in the federal government for four decades. During the 1970s and...
  • A quixotic quest to bring home a spy ship

    John Lahm was a 25-year-old electrician helping to build a waterfront power plant in Chester when he saw the ship cruising north on the Delaware River. All around him, work stopped. Hundreds of men stood and stared at the strange-looking vessel, nearly...
  • CIA to create a digital spy division

    CIA to create a digital spy division
    After more than a decade of hunting terrorists, stopping plots and scrambling from crisis to crisis, the CIA has concluded it has been outflanked and outwitted on a critical front: digital tradecraft. On Friday, the CIA acknowledged that it was time...
  • How the CIA can get from spy to cyberspy

    How the CIA can get from spy to cyberspy
    Agility and digital savvy traditionally haven't been the strong suits of government agencies, so it's encouraging that CIA Director John O. Brennan wants a big investment in cyberespionage and a new Directorate of Digital Innovation as part of what he...