Man accused of serious administrative failures may be next Director of National Intelligence
Of the 66 former Guantanamo detainees transferred since President Obama took office, ‘2 are confirmed and 3 are suspected of reengaging in terrorist or insurgent activities.’
Intelligence leaks anger Obama; sharing rethought - Washington Times
Director of National Intelligence James Clapper slams ‘officials who, for whatever reason, get their jollies from blabbing to the media’
It is particularly disturbing that, at any given moment, the IC cannot report exactly how many contractors they’re using
Intelligence community heightens security measures following Washington Post ‘Top Secret America’ story
The ODNI distributed a memo this morning informing industry partners about the Washington Post’s plan to out government agencies and contractors performing Top Secret work
Every new president makes some wrong personnel choices at the beginning of his administration. They soon recognize their mistakes and replace those individuals with people who do a better job. Where the security of the country from terrorist attacks is concerned, however, those mistakes can have grave consequences for the American people
In 2004, the congressionally mandated Commission to Assess the Threat to the United States from Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) Attack released an unclassified executive report on its broader study of the U.S.’s vulnerability to EMP weapons strikes
Thirty-one years after revolution brought about an Islamic Republic, Iran is on the threshold of acquiring a nuclear weapon capability—if it chooses to do so.
Everyone has suddenly noticed an elephant in the room: Play the War Card! So right after Daniel Pipes’ column in National Review Online last week, “How to Save the Obama Presidency: Bomb Iran,” pundits from Arnaud de Borchgrave, to Pat Buchanan, to Sarah Palin rushed to approve or disapprove of the idea. They all bring their agendas to the debate, but they all agree a U.S. attack on Iran’s nuclear facilities would significantly raise Obama’s disastrous approval poll ratings. Like politics, all warfare is domestic.
Dennis Blair, Janet Napolitano and Michael Leiter tell Homeland Security panel they were not consulted on treatment of Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab
Russia’s interests in Iran fundamentally diverge from those of the United States. Russia considers Iran a partner and de facto ally in its plans to reshape the power balance in the Middle East and dilute U.S. influence in the region. The U.S. should expect only token assistance from Russian