Scrutiny of Gina Haspel's CIA career has been focused on her role in the agency's former harsh interrogation program, but it's her experience with Russian operations that she will tap as she takes over at a time of rising tension with Moscow.
Gina Haspel is the new director of the CIA after the Senate voted to confirm her
The TAKE with Rick Klein Robert Mueller’s investigation is now more than a year in, and we’re now less than half a year from the midterms. For all that, it is becoming clear how much President Donald Trump is counting on … Kim Jong Un to come through. A week that looked like it would bring a big
Senate confirms Gina Haspel as 1st female CIA director despite questions about her role in harsh interrogation program
The Senate voted 54-45 Thursday to confirm Gina Haspel to lead the Central Intelligence Agency — once sworn in, she would become the first woman to hold the post. Haspel succeeds Mike Pompeo, who was confirmed as Trump's secretary of state last month. Six Democrats helped Republicans in confirming
As the special counsel investigation into Russian interference reaches the one year mark, the president’s legal team is publicly pressing for Robert Mueller to wrap up his probe. Even Attorney General Jeff Sessions , who is recused from the Mueller investigation, recently opined that “this thing
Republicans are pushing for a quick confirmation vote for President Donald Trump's CIA nominee Gina Haspel
California Democratic Sen. Kamala Harris says she remains concerned about CIA nominee Gina Haspel's "commitment to transparency."
Trump’s pick to be the next CIA director, Gina Haspel, won approval from the Senate Intelligence Committee Wednesday morning, receiving a "favorable recommendation" in a 10-5 vote. The committee voted behind closed doors Wednesday morning. The positive review sets her up for a final vote before the