Parts of 7 Army divisions exposed to nerve gas, CIA says Computer model shows plume of sarin drifting over gulf war troops
CIA loves 'em and leaves 'em Allies: The Kurds of Iraq are not the first foreign fighters the United States has coaxed to do its dirty work abroad and then abandoned.
Career diplomat expected as negotiator on canal U.S.-Panama relationship to be determined
The 'blowback' from Afghanistan 'Monster': CIA-trained and armed alumni of the Afghan war have helped spawn a new generation of militant Islamists and terrorists. "We have created a monster," said one expert in Egypt.
A time to kill? Assassination: Epidemic of confirmed and suspected terrorism has U.S. wondering whether to use an old tactic in response.
Haitian's deal with U.S. could let him avoid trial in atrocities Island authorities want Constant, but he is free to go elsewhere
There will be more Saudi attacks -- until final disaster
We made a promise, and then broke it Vietnamese commandos being denied their due.
U.S. frees Haitian wanted at home in rights violations Rights groups furious at 'security' fears, delay in deportation of Constant
CIA reform: the search for panaceas
Intelligence: Where are the books to build policy on? Security: Post-Cold War U.S. national interests demand public awareness
U.S. left Vietnam agents for dead Some commandos survived in North, want their back pay
Colby was fearless CIA leader who lifted the veil
No 'spycraft' in Colby's death Former CIA chief: Victim of apparent drowning, his body found near Md. home.
CIA informer is linked to killing of American Guatemalan colonel's role was left out of papers declassified by U.S.
Fatal Delusions Tragedy: Betty Keat's descent into mental illness, her refusal of treatment and her harassment of her neighbors, and her death by police bullets raise questions about how society responds to people with severe psychiatric problems.
The future of spying is business In the new world of high-tech trade rivalry, there are no allies
NSA staff lacks job protection, study says GAO report finds that other federal workers have better conditions
Few reforms for U.S. intelligence
Forget ERA, Sivess' true passion was for CIA's game of intrigue
Intelligence wants the media to join its game of Spy vs. Spy Instead of recruiting journalists, try using their work
One boundary too dangerous for the press to cross
Deeper NSA cuts proposed Panel recommends higher reduction among spy agencies; 5,000 to 6,000 workers; Increased technology, realignment to meet threats also sought
Spy officials ousted over stashed money Top two administrators of satellite operations allegedly kept 'slush fund'
Guatemalan terror seeps into U.S. Critics of killings, violence linked to CIA face threats
Ex-CIA top official suggests stripping agency of spy mission
CATCHING AMERICANS IN NSA'S NET Listening in: Though the National Security Agency can't target Americans, it can -- and does -- listen to everyone from senators to lovers; NO SUCH AGENCY
Extensive damage by spy Ames is revealed CIA chief says U.S. was left groping for Soviet, Russian intent
ESPIONAGE FROM THE FRONT LINES Double lives: Elite eavesdroppers work undercover abroad, drawing closer to their targets; NO SUCH AGENCY
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Ex-spy to Pentagon: Drop the spook stuff In from the cold: The military wants to take over more intelligence functions from the CIA, and one former Army operative thinks that's a bad idea.
Pentagon employed psychic spy unit Fort Meade program sought to 'divine' intelligence data
CIA could face trouble in S. Africa Murder case throws light on its role
Spooks on the front lines of economic combat
Double agents riddled CIA's Soviet net Disinformation went undetected for years, agency probe finds
Judge in trial of Honduran military isn't afraid to die Justice be done: Unlike some of his predecessors, Judge Roy Medina has refused to bow to death threats as he investigates the military's kidnapping and torture of six students.
Honduran officers evade arrest Police seek 3 men linked to rights abuses in 1980s by CIA-trained army unit
CIA should clean house on Honduras Timely precedent: Agency disciplines 10 for shielding human rights abuses in Guatemala.
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CIA unveils records to save funding Agency fights criticism that major developments took it by surprise
Military immunity Pentagon budget escapes the knife -- but should it?
Book aims to right wrong done to U.S. allies Secret commandos of Vietnam War given their due
CIA chief calls Honduras a lesson in what not to do
Bringing light to covert operations
Before CIA era, Vietnam had OSS and Ray Grelecki
Honduras asks for files on U.S. ties to military
A U.S. Intelligence tragedy in Vietnam
CIA ordered to shift focus to trade rivals
SOMETIMES CLINTON CAN BE A 'BIGFOOT'
False CIA drug data kept Thai from power