James R. Clapper

  • Report on CIA interrogations shadows Gitmo trials

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The planned release of portions of the Senate report on the CIA's use of harsh interrogation techniques could add to the legal complications facing the long-delayed U.S. military tribunals of terrorist suspects at the Guantanamo Bay detention camp.

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    • Friends of Snowden Turn Against Liberal Anti-NSA Lawmakers

      But those couched insinuations failed to accomplish anything, according to Greenwald, whose reporting on NSA surveillance recently earned The Guardian a Pulitzer Prize. "Mark Udall and Ron Wyden lacked the courage to do what they should have done, which is, gone to the floor of the Senate, invoke…

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        • FP's Situation Report: U.S. to resume aid to Egypt

          The U.S. to partially resume military aid to Egypt. The WaPo's Ernesto Londoño: "The United States has decided to resume delivery of Apache helicopters to Egypt, the Pentagon announced late Tuesday, backtracking on a decision officials made last summer following the country's military coup and its…

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          • New policy practically bans intelligence community from speaking to press

            A new policy change to the National Security Act all but bans members of the U.S. intelligence community from speaking to the news media — even in regard to unclassified topics. The rule changes enacted by executive order are similar to a legislative proposal put before Congress in 2012, which…

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