The Daily Caller

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Government Officials Suspect New Intelligence Leaker Revealing US Secrets

Director of National Intelligence James R. Clapper attends a event at the NSA in Fort Meade

‘The federal government has concluded there’s a new leaker’

Pols to Spooks: Show me the money!

File photo of NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, an analyst with a U.S. defence contractor, being interviewed by The Guardian in his hotel room in Hong Kong

Members of congress seek declassification of the ‘black budget’

Obama entered office with 'a hostility toward the CIA,' says former top CIA official - TheDC

Former CIA Counter-Terrorism Center deputy chief discusses Afghan war, enhanced interrogation and more

U.S. launches new spy satellite -

Space Moving Van

As the exact purpose of the latest launch remains a matter for high-profile officers only

US, Pakistan negotiate CIA, special forces numbers - AP

Pakistan’s ISI (CIA equivalent) makes manifest its frustrations with the US as they attempt to impose limits and more clarity on the CIA within Pakistani borders

The lessons of private Manning and WikiLeaks

Does our foreign policy make us a terrorist target?

White House bravely condemns Al Qaeda human resources department

In the last seven days, it’s been made clear that Tea Party members are racist, state’s rights advocates are racist, Republicans are racist, and Black Panthers who want to kill white babies are, somehow, not all that racist

Iranian nuclear scientist heads homeward in anger - WaPo

Shahram Amiri claims he was abducted by the CIA and had spent much of the past year in Tucson being questioned about Iran’s nuclear ambitions

Ten Steps to a Free Iran

Impose and enforce the strongest sanctions. The U.S. should push other concerned countries to enforce targeted sanctions on the Iranian regime and its internal security organs; ban all foreign investment, loans and credits, subsidized trade, and refined petroleum exports to Iran; and deny visas to its officials

Russia’s Iran Policy: A Curveball for Obama

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