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White House Pointlessly Threatens to Revoke Security Clearances From Critics
Some don’t actually have them, and the rest aren’t using them, but whatever.
Former Intel Chiefs Think Trump Is Being Manipulated by Putin, Others
John Brennan and James Clapper say Trump’s vulnerabilities could prove “perilous” for the U.S.
Sally Yates Told White House That Russia Could Blackmail Mike Flynn
“To state the obvious, you don’t want your national security adviser compromised by the Russians,” the former acting attorney general testified.
Director of National Intelligence James Clapper Submits His Resignation
“[It] felt pretty good,” he told a panel of lawmakers.
Last Friday’s Internet Outage Was Likely Caused by ‘Non-State Actors’
Preliminary evidence suggests it wasn’t Russia or China.
North Korea Releases 2 American Prisoners
Kenneth Bae and Matthew Miller are on their way back to the United States.
James Clapper Comes Up With Latest Excuse for Lying to Congress
He just “didn’t think” about the program that collects phone metadata from everybody.
James Clapper Is Taking This NSA Business Very Seriously
No, he’s not.
Clapper Answered Wyden in ‘Least Untruthful’ Way
He admits it might have been “too cute by half.”
Government Defends Phone & Internet Surveillance
Supposedly the programs are “important and entirely legal.”
Did the Director of National Intelligence Lie?
The Director of National Intelligence Stares Blankly When Asked About Major International Counterterrorism Operation
Please pay attention, because this concerns you.
James Clapper Has to Be the Director of National Intelligence Now
Congratulations, we think.