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Sen. Dianne Feinstein is wrong, Trump's CIA nominee is popular with European allies
"There are countries that look very badly on what the United States did, particularly European countries, and we want whoever is head of the CIA to be able to be acceptable to our allies," Dianne Feinstein said. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello) There's a sad irony to Sen. Dianne Feinstein's claim that
Former Generals Oppose Trump's CIA Nominee
CIA Deputy Director Gina Haspel Source: CIA Dozens of former senior U.S. military leaders pressed senators to block Gina Haspel from becoming the next CIA director, citing allegations that she oversaw torture in interrogation programs overseas. Haspel, currently deputy director of the Central Intell
Mexico Ten Times Deadlier for Civilians than War-Ravaged Afghanistan
The number of people killed in Mexico in the first quarter of 2018, at 7,667, is more than ten times higher than the 763 civilian deaths in war-ravaged Afghanistan during the same period, according to a Breitbart News analysis of Mexican government and United Nations data. When taking into considera
Devin Nunes: If Democrats Want to Sue Someone Over Collusion, They Should 'Sue Themselves'
“I always like to say whatever the left accuses you of doing, they're doing themselves,” Nunes told host Maria Bartiromo. He said that if Democrats want to get to the bottom of election conspiracies, they should consider suing themselves.
CIA Leaks Cell Phone Mind Control Manual
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UK teen Kane Gamble gets two years for hacking CIA ex-chief John Brennan
Kane Gamble, the 18-year-old who gained access to data of top US intelligence officials, was sentenced to two years in prison by a UK court. The judge said Gamble engaged in "politically motivated cyber terrorism." Eighteen-year-old hacker Kane Gamble was sentenced to two years in a youth detention
Sarah Sanders: Dems Have to Decide if they Love the US More than they Hate Trump
“Look, at some point, Democrats have to decide whether they love this country more than they hate this president,” Sanders told “Fox & Friends.”
McCarthy Blasts Democrats' Opposition to Pompeo's Nomination: 'Pure Politics'
'It's jeopardizing our country in a really critical time' House Majority Leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R., Calif.) on Monday blasted opposition to Mike Pompeo's confirmation as secretary of state as "pure politics." McCarthy was speaking with Fox Business' Maria Bartiromo and was asked about Pompeo's
Joe Manchin says he'll vote for Pompeo, second Democratic senator to do so
"After meeting with Mike Pompeo, discussing his foreign policy perspectives, & considering his distinguished time as CIA Director & his exemplary career in public service, I will vote to confirm Mike Pompeo to be our next Secretary of State," the West Virginia senator tweeted.
108 retired military officers urge Senate to probe CIA nominee Gina Haspel's ties to torture
More than 100 retired military officers sent a letter to the Senate Monday saying they are “deeply concerned” by the nomination of Gina Haspel to lead the CIA.Their letter to the Senate Intelligence Committee calls for an examination of Haspel and any ties she may have had during her CIA career to h
9 questions that could come up in today's White House press briefing
President Trump is back at the White House, with a major week of diplomacy - pomp and policy - ahead. It begins Monday evening with the arrival French President Macron and First Lady Brigitte Macron. But first, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders will take questions at a 1:15 p.m. ET briefing.
Bolton's Pick for Deputy National Security Advisor Could Roil Pentagon Relations
Mira Ricardel clashed with Defense Secretary James Mattis's team in the early days of Trump's presidency. National Security Advisor John Bolton listens to President Donald Trump speak during a cabinet meeting at the White House on April 9. (Nicholas Kamm/AFP/Getty Images) National Security Adviso
Susan Collins says Trump lawyer not a big factor in Russia probe
Collins, a Republican member of the Senate Intelligence Committee, said the panel did have one interview with Cohen in its investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. She said she is not at liberty to discuss the interview, which has not been released publicly.
Moon Knight: The Character's Potential Future (And Past) In MCU
On April 23, 2018, studio head Kevin Feige gave Marvel fans hints towards heroes they could expect to see one day in a Marvel cinematic film. One of them was the Moon Knight, a popular if somehwat obscure Batman-like vigilante. Rumors have abounded about the hero for years, from whispers about a Net
Sen. Feinstein Denies She's Playing Politics With CIA Director Nominee
Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein defended her lingering doubts Sunday about confirming Gina Haspel as the next director of the CIA, saying it's not politically-motivated but "due diligence." The senior California senator is in the political fight of her career from leftist Democratic challenger Kevi
CIA receives authorization to spy on MySpace, AOL
LANGLEY, Va. — The Central Intelligence Agency has received authorization to spy on terrorists and other threats to national security on the websites of MySpace and AOL, some 15 years after requesting access, Duffel Blog has learned.
Macron, Merkel to press Trump to stay in Iran deal as Tehran threatens to go nuclear
MACRON ARRIVES: President Trump welcomesFrench PresidentEmmanuel Macronto the White House for a three-day state visit that begins with an official greeting at the Executive Mansion at 5 p.m. The Trumps and the Macrons will then dine at the historic Virginia home of America’s first president, a gener
Iraq Psyops Veteran Running Covert Attacks on Qatar
Steve Bannon, David Petraeus, and one of the world's most controversial PR firms-they're all part of the web connecting the Iraq war to foreign influence operations in Washington. By Jessica Purkiss and Abigail Fielding-Smith A veteran of Pentagon propaganda operations was hired last year to create
Nomination of Pompeo Facing Key Monday Vote
They are joined by Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., in their opposition to Pompeo. If they carry through with their votes, it would give Pompeo's opponents a majority on the panel since it is divided between 11 Republicans and 10 Democrats, the Journal noted.
Malaysian police publish images of suspects in Hamas engineer's 'assassination'
Facial composite 'photofits' published by Malaysian police show the two men suspected of gunning down Hamas engineer Fadi Mohammad al-Batsh in what his family claim was an assassination by Israel's Mossad spy agencyCourtesy police Malaysian police on Monday published two facial composite photofits o