The CIA’s Afghan Proxies, Accused of War Crimes, Will Get a Fresh Start in the U.S.
The agency prioritized the evacuation of Zero unit members and their families even as many vulnerable U.S. employees and human rights activists were left behind.
Julian Assange Kidnapping Plot Casts New Light on 2018 Senate Intelligence Maneuver
The CIA labeled WikiLeaks a “non-state hostile intelligence service” while entertaining plans to kidnap or assassinate its founder.
Termination of Scientists Sparks Concerns About Possible China-Related Probe
Colleagues fear the two scientists may have been targeted in fallout from the Justice Department’s controversial China Initiative.
Afghan Resistance Leaders, Long Backed by CIA, Have Fled Following Taliban Takeover
The retreat of Ahmad Massoud and Amrullah Saleh belies public claims that they are still in Afghanistan.
White House Whistleblower Alexander Vindman: Trump-Putin Summit Not “Catastrophic”
The 2018 Helsinki meeting neither advanced nor threatened U.S. national security interests, Vindman said in an interview.