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Meet the CIA's newest 'puppy class' graduates
After four months of arduous training, three K-9s graduated from the CIA fall 2017 "puppy class" this week. Nicole, Indigo and Freya passed the two required certification tests from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) and the United States Police Canine Association (USPCA) that ensure
Citizens' group seeks US accountability for CIA renditions
Citizens' group joins with former Guantanamo Bay defense lawyers to highlight, denounce torture during interrogation of terror suspects
New information on the deadly ambush in Niger
Sources say Nigerien and U.S. forces asked for more support but the request was refused.
Trump blocks release of some JFK assassination files
Some records were withheld due to national security concerns, according to a memo from President Trump, while more than 2,800 previously classified or redacted records were released by the National Archives.
President Kennedy assassination documents to be released
President Trump said he will allow the release of around 3,000 CIA and FBI documents about the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy as ordered by Congress in 1992.
Trump says he will allow release of JFK secret case files
The 3,000 pages of documents are related to the Kennedy assassination in 1963.
Harvard revokes invitation for Chelsea Manning to be a visiting fellow
Harvard University's decision to appoint convicted leaker Chelsea Manning as a visiting fellow at Harvard University prompted the CIA director to cancel an upcoming appearance at the school. Harvard announced late Thursday it was a "mistake" to name Manning a visiting fellow. Manning had been
Unarmed Russian Air Force jet flies over Pentagon, Capitol, CIA , White House
An unarmed Russian Air Force reconnaissance jet flew over several government buildings and landmarks in the nation's capital Wednesday, including the Pentagon , U.S. Capitol, National Mall and the White House, ABC News has confirmed. The flight over what is normally some of the most secure airspace
7 times Donald Trump made false or unsubstantiated claims
Reality TV star dominated the day down in his skepticism over the president's birth certificate but a broad it was an addiction to get some Republicans say that runs association with term may not just overshadow his message is make him look unwilling to challenge extremist views in his party Donald
The truth about President Trump’s $110 billion Saudi arms deal
During his first visit to a foreign nation as president, President Trump announced a massive deal: $110 billion in arms sales to Saudi Arabia. He called the agreement "tremendous" and bragged about the billions of dollars in investments and jobs that would be brought to the United States as a