Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)

8:31am

Wed April 18, 2012
Around the Nation

Stories Put Spotlight On NYPD Surveillance Program

Originally published on Fri April 20, 2012 6:33 am

Muslim community members and supporters march near 1 Police Plaza to protest the New York Police Department surveillance operations of Muslim communities, Friday, Nov. 18, 2011, in New York.
Bebeto Matthews AP

Since last August, the Associated Press' investigative reporting team has published more than a dozen stories from an ongoing investigation into the New York City police department's secret spying program that monitored daily life in Muslim communities.

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12:52am

Wed April 11, 2012
National Security

Alleged Cole Bomber's Testimony Could Be Secret

A small boat guards the USS Cole in Aden, Yemen, on Oct. 20, 2000. Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri, the man accused of masterminding the attack, is expected to testify Wednesday in a courtroom at Guantanamo Bay.
Hasan Jamali AP

In a courtroom at Guantanamo Bay on Wednesday, the man accused of masterminding the bombing of the USS Cole in 2000, Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri, is expected to testify about the more than four years he spent in secret CIA prisons. Al-Nashiri is one of three terrorism suspects the U.S. government has admitted to waterboarding, so his testimony could be explosive. And that's why, critics argue, the government is trying to ensure that al-Nashiri's testimony be heard in secret.

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3:25pm

Thu April 5, 2012
The Two-Way

Former CIA Officer Indicted For Allegedly Sharing Secrets With Reporters

Originally published on Thu April 5, 2012 4:49 pm

Former CIA officer John Kiriakou, leaves federal court in Alexandria, Va., in January.
Jacquelyn Martin AP

A federal grand jury in Virginia has indicted former CIA officer John Kiriakou on charges that he violated the Espionage Act by allegedly sharing secret information about some of his colleagues with reporters.

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4:20pm

Wed February 1, 2012
National Security

Doctor At Bin Laden Compound Connected To CIA

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AUDIE CORNISH, HOST:

Last year's killing of Osama bin Laden has become a distant campaign talking point here in the U.S. But in Pakistan, the issue is still burning. And Defense Secretary Leon Panetta stoked the fire recently by confirming that a local Pakistani doctor, Shakil Afridi, had helped the CIA find bin Laden.

Panetta told the CBS program "60 Minutes" that he is very concerned about Afridi's well-being because the doctor was detained by Pakistan after the bin Laden raid, and may well be tried for treason.

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1:34pm

Thu May 26, 2011
The Two-Way

Pakistan Agrees To Let CIA Search Bin Laden's Compound

The compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan, where al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden was found and killed. (May 3, 2011, file photo.)
Getty Images

"Pakistan has agreed to allow the CIA to send a forensics team to examine the compound where Osama bin Laden was killed," The Washington Post just reported, citing "U.S. officials" as its sources.

According to the Post, the team will be looking for materials that the al-Qaida leader and his follows might have hidden at the site.

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