The Mueller report is a timely reminder not to take John Brennan and James Clapper seriously.
This is not the first time generic "yaaassss slay kween" feminism has been used to obscure an awful person's record.
What could go wrong with federalizing the corporate charter process and putting bureaucrats in charge of long-term business thinking?
Brennan was awful and defended the indefensible, but Trump is clearly trying to silence critics.
This will have potentially serious consequences for those investigating election meddling.
The former head of our intelligence agencies thinks we're all easily manipulated rubes. Is that why he lied to the Senate?
Many aren't willing to ignore her ties to torture just because of her sex.
As the Senate prepares to vote on Gina Haspel's nomination, senators call for more transparency on torture and her role in it.
From ripping families apart to nominating a torture-enabler as CIA director, the administration is calling the GOP's bluff, Reason editors argue.
Haspel's defenders say she was just following protocol when she oversaw the waterboarding of a suspected al-Qaeda operative. That's not good enough.
Gina Haspel's Confirmation Hearing Is a Reckoning for America's Use of Torture During the War on Terror
"It says that it's OK to engage in war crimes and crimes against humanity, and if you do it, you'll get promoted."
Paul says Mike Pompeo, Trump's pick to be the next secretary of state, will repeat the foreign policy mistakes of the past two decades.
Secretary of State replaced by CIA Director Mike Pompeo, who is replaced by torture aficionado Gina Haspel.
If You Think The Nunes Memo Will 'Discredit' FBI and DOJ, You Haven't Been Paying Attention For the Past 50 Years
Democrat Adam Schiff might be right that GOP operatives want to derail the Russia probe. But the FBI and Justice Department lost credibility a long time ago.
The Senate would lose an authoritarian who wants to crack down on immigrants and fight the drug war. But he's also a hawk in favor of foreign interventions.
Now that it's in Trump's hands, even the illusion of responsibility is fading.
New History Channel series explores the dark corners of prohibition and takes viewers on great, freaky trip.
Supreme Court turns away transparency lawsuit trying to force release of Senate report.
A war on WikiLeaks will ultimately threaten a free press.
Vault 7 serves as another reminder of the inherent folly in building government-mandated backdoors into secure systems.
Reports show possible loosening of restrictions on strikes, more CIA participation.
'Fundamentally, security is more important than surveillance.'
Agency hoards infiltration tools and puts our information at risk of exposure.
The Deep State's 'Political Assassination' of Michael Flynn Was an Epic Abuse of Power (Reason Podcast)
Q&A with Bloomberg View columnist Eli Lake.
Podcast talks IC drama, media idiocy about uninviting Kellyanne Conway, and Thomas L. Friedman's awfulness
The Trump administration can always outsource its dirty work to allies.
The secret prisons used by the CIA during the Bush administration-where torture took place-could get a Trump-era reboot.
Sen. Rand Paul the sole GOP opposition.
Analyzing the president-elect's unusual conflicts before Inauguration Day, on 8 p.m. ET on Fox Business Network
Coverage of third-party candidates presented as attempt to discredit American democracy.
Public hearings and documents, not anonymous sources describing unreleased reports, should drive any substantive discussion.
Will we ever truly know the full extent that we used waterboarding and abusive techniques on prisoners during the war on terror?
U.S. intelligence agencies (not to mention Congress) have little to no credibility with public. They should heed Justin Amash's call for transparency.
Watch Trump's Pick to Run the CIA Call Edward Snowden a 'Traitor' Who Should Be 'Given a Death Sentence'
Friday A/V Club: Mike Pompeo vs. Edward Snowden
In search of Guy Sims Fitch
It's important to be the right kind of war hawk.
There's simply a huge cost when officials and politicians lie all the time.
Copy of Senate report 'mistakenly' gets destroyed as government successfully resists release.
On Meet the Press, CIA Director John Brennan disputes the alleged Saudi-9/11 connection in the "28 pages" of congressional inquiry.
Remember the role they played in Zero Dark Thirty, used to publicly justify waterboarding