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Intelligence Agencies

President Trump reportedly is looking for a new Homeland Security secretary. The Washington Post says he's decided to remove Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen. An administration official tells CBS News Nielsen is expected to leave by the end of the year. ©...
The Secret Service says it has intercepted suspicious packages addressed to former President Barack Obama's home in Washington and Hillary Clinton's residence in Westchester County, New York. In a statement Wednesday, the Secret Service said the packages were "immediately identified...
Donald Trump has criticised the apparent Saudi plot to kill journalist Jamal Khashoggi, calling it one of the 'worst in the history of cover-ups'. Trump told reporters he expected a full report on Khashoggi's death soon. Saudi Arabia has claimed...
Former Chief of Disguise for the CIA, Jonna Mendez, explains how disguises are used in the CIA, and what aspects to the deception make for an effective disguise. © WIRED
Turkey may have more evidence in the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi that it's holding over the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, says columnist David Ignatius. | Opinion © Washington Post How Erdogan’s account of Khashoggi’s murder contradicts Saudi Arabia. Turkish President Recep...
Maria Butina, a 29-year-old Russian who once posed with guns in Russian GQ magazine, pleaded not guilty this week to charges she acted as a covert Russian agent working with a Kremlin-connected banker to spread influence in the US....
A judge has ruled Russian national Maria Butina will be kept in jail after being charged with conspiracy against the United States. Prosecutors argued she is a serious flight risk due to her connections with Russian intelligence operatives. CBS News...
The FBI Director describes the Bureau’s role in national security generally and cyberterrorism and counterintelligence specifically. © The Aspen Institute
Before he was fired by President Trump, former FBI director James B. Comey fielded practice questions in advance of meetings and wrote highly detailed notes afterward in his car. © Washington Post
Senators react after Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein briefed them on the appointment of a special counsel to handle the investigation of Russia potentially hacking the 2016 presidential election. Photo: Getty ©  Wall Street Journal |  Photo: Getty
President Trump called the Justice Department's investigation into possible coordination between Trump’s associates and Russian officials a "witch hunt," and pledged "there is no collusion," on May 18. © Washington Post Trump on asking Comey to end Russia investigation: 'No, no....
The Washington Post's Devlin Barrett explains the Justice Department's decision to appoint Robert Mueller as special counsel to investigate possible connections between the Trump campaign and Russian officials. © Washington Post
US National Security Advisor H.R McMaster has denied reports that President Trump revealed highly classified information about so-called Islamic State to the Russian foreign minister. Speaking to reporters he said: "I was in the room, it didn't happen". © BBC...
During a May 10 meeting with Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and Ambassador to the U.S. Sergey Kislyak, Trump began describing details about an Islamic State terror threat, according to current and former U.S. officials. © Washington Post Two former officials...
Both LBJ & Nixon used recording devices in the White House. So what are we to make of Trump's threat to Comey he might have 'tapes'? Presidential historian Michael Beschloss reacts. © MSNBC
In an NBC News exclusive interview, President Trump revealed to Lester Holt that he was preparing to fire FBI Director James Comey regardless of recommendations from the attorney general and deputy attorney general. © NBC News
The White House says he was sacked for botching the Clinton email probe, but critics see a cover-up.
The Morning Joe panel flashes back to the Nixon White House and asks whether another president is using executive power to stop an investigation. © MSNBC
In 2016, then-candidate Donald Trump asked his crowds "if you're not guilty of a crime, what do you need immunity for?" © CNN
Former FBI Agent Clint Watts testified Thursday during the Senate Intel Committee's hearing on Russia's efforts to influence the 2016 election. © MSNBC | Watts joins Morning Joe to discuss.