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  • Obama officials, Senate intelligence panel spar over deletions from torture report

    WASHINGTON The Obama administration and the Senate Intelligence Committee are sparring over the administration's deletions of fake names from the public version of a long-awaited report on the CIA's use of harsh interrogation methods on suspected terrorists, McClatchy has learned.
  • Citing redactions, Feinstein delays release of report on CIA interrogations

    WASHINGTON The Obama administration censored significant portions of the findings of an investigation into the CIA's use of harsh interrogation methods on suspected terrorists, forcing the chairwoman of the Senate Intelligence Committee to delay their...

    Feinstein delays release of heavily redacted CIA torture report

    WASHINGTON The Obama administration blacked out significant portions of the findings of an investigation into the CIA's use of harsh interrogation methods on suspected terrorists, leading the chairwoman of the Senate Intelligence Committee to delay...

    Obama concedes CIA 'torture' but still supports embattled director

    WASHINGTON President Barack Obama acknowledged Friday that CIA interrogators tortured suspected terrorists but voiced "full confidence" in CIA Director John Brennan despite criticism from Congress and the public. Obama rhetorically conceded that...

    CIA admits it broke into Senate computers; senators call for spy chief's ouster

    WASHINGTON An internal CIA investigation confirmed allegations that agency personnel improperly intruded into a protected database used by Senate Intelligence Committee staff to compile a scathing report on the agency's detention and interrogation...