LulzSec strikes again.
National security shake-up gets thrown a curve.
The U.S. tries to interview bin Laden's widows.
The CIA had been watching bin Laden from a safe house nearby.
Time was, you could distinguish the two.
They want a 25 to 40 percent reduction in CIA staff.
His "King David" reputation may have preceded him.
The U.S. also has a network of informants gathering intel.
And I'd do it again if I could.
What's that under the desk there?
Officials never checked before inflicting prolonged shackling to ceiling, repeated beatings.
On the upside: Taliban in Afghanistan at "weakest point since 9/11."
Tactic has become common under Obama.
Who was responsible for allowing a man on our terror watch list to board a plane with a bomb on Christmas Day? Washington is closing in on some scapegoats.
A series of stories this morning indicates there were definitely warning signals that something was awry.
"It's an outrageous political act," he says.
This is the first step in the direction of criminal prosecution for CIA officers.
Are the secret CIA teams we're hearing about today the same as the Special Ops teams Seymour Hersh mentioned back in March?