The CIA chief is out, NBC reported. David Petraeus reportedly couldn’t keep his extramarital ops as covert as his agency’s intel missions.
What if an undercover CIA operative embedded in Hollywood manipulated her clients into scandals that distracted the public from unsavory or unpopular political goings-on. “The Agency” is an ideal stocking-stuffer for espionage-obsessed bibliophiles.
Police in Clayton County, Georgia, have accused two employees of assisted living facility of waterboarding an 89-year-old woman suffering from dementia after an argument over ice cream.
On V-E Day 1945, an intelligence operative with the OSS named Lt. Richard Helms wrote a letter to his three-year-old son on the stationary of Adolf Hitler, who had killed himself the week earlier. See that letter now and find out its amazing story.
The Osama bin Laden killed by SEAL Team Six was actually just a CIA clone and the real bin Laden has been dead since a gunfight took place in Afghanistan back in 2001. Paging Fox Mulder and Dana Scully.
As the euphoria and immense patriotism subsides from the news of Osama bin Laden’s death, there’s this underlying sense of “now what?” Here’s a roundup of stories from the aftermath of bin Laden’s death.