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CIA Director Pompeo Slams NY Times For Outing Covert Officer

CIA Director Mike Pompeo blasted the New York Times Thursday for publishing the name of the undercover officer in charge of the agency’s Iran operations. Read more

Pakistan Official Angry Over Ex-CIA Contractor’s Memoir

A Pakistan intelligence official has reacted angrily over the release of a memoir by an ex-CIA contractor. Read more

Former CIA officer Accused of Selling Top Secret Information To China

A Virginia man who worked for the State Department was charged Thursday with espionage, accused of selling classified documents to a person he believed was working for a Chinese intelligence agency. Read more

China Killed CIA Sources, Hobbled U.S. Spying From 2010 To 2012

The Chinese government “systematically dismantled” CIA spying operations in the country starting in late 2010 and killed or imprisoned at least a dozen CIA sources over the next two years, it was reported on Saturday. Read more

U.S. Asks Iran To Release Missing FBI Agent

U.S. diplomats used a meeting with their Iranian counterparts to press for the release of Americans being detained in Iran, the Trump administration said Thursday, according to The Associated Press. Read more

CIA, FBI Launch Manhunt For Leaker Who Gave Top-Secret Documents To WikiLeaks

The CIA is searching for a traitor inside their own spy agency as it was revealed Wednesday that the saboteur who handed a trove of documents to Wikileaks in March works for the government. Read more

Julian Assange Fires Back At CIA Director

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange accused the CIA of trying to “subvert” his First Amendment rights after agency Director Mike Pompeo called the group a “non-state hostile intelligence service” that is often abetted by “state actors like Russia.” Read more

CIA Director Calls WikiLeaks ‘Hostile Intelligence Agency’

CIA Director Mike Pompeo, in his first speech since taking over the agency, lambasted WikiLeaks and its founder Julian Assange calling the group a “non-state hostile intelligence service” that is often abetted by “state actors like Russia.” Read more