Trump Scrambles To Keep CIA Torture Report Secret

The 6,700-page document excoriated US torture policies after 9/11 and noted that not a single incident of a terrorist attack had been foiled because of the torture.

Cpl. Charles A. Graner Jr. appearing to punch one of several handcuffed detainees lying on the floor in late 2003 at the Abu Ghraib prison in Baghdad, Iraq. (AP Photo)

The likelihood of the full version of the 2014 CIA torture report compiled by the Senate Intelligence Committee ever being made public has dropped precipitously, as President Trump has begun returning all copies of the still-classified document to the committee chairman Sen. Richard Burr (R – NC). Government documents, even classified ones, are

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Trump Team’s Dysfunction Fuels Prospect Of Prosecution Over Leaks

While White House officials, who speak out of turn, are not necessarily committing a crime unless they reveal classified information, dysfunction in the White House amplifies a frenetic and mad political climate.

President Donald Trump talks to reporters before a meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, May 22, 2017, in Jerusalem. (AP/Evan Vucci)

Published in partnership with Shadowproof. President Donald Trump called “alleged leaks” from government agencies related to the attack in Manchester “deeply troubling.” He also said the Justice Department should find the “culprits” and prosecute them to the “fullest extent of the law.” “These leaks have been going on for a long time, and my

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Ivanka Trump Gets West Wing Office, Security Clearance, & Access To Classified Information

Ivanka Trump is getting a West Wing office, government-issued communications devices and security clearance to access classified information.

Ivanka Trump, the daughter of President Donald Trump, arrives before a joint news conference with President Donald Trump and German Chancellor Angela Merkel in the East Room of the White House in Washington, Friday, March 17, 2017. (AP/Andrew Harnik)

WASHINGTON — Cementing her role as a powerful White House influence, Ivanka Trump is working out of a West Wing office and will get access to classified information, though she is not technically serving as a government employee, according to an attorney for the first daughter. Since President Donald Trump took office, his eldest daughter has

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The New Snowden? NSA Contractor Arrested Over Alleged Theft Of Classified Data

Harold Thomas Martin, is charged with stealing highly classified source codes developed to covertly hack the networks of foreign governments.

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A contractor working for the National Security Agency (NSA) was arrested by the FBI following his alleged theft of “state secrets.” More specifically, the contractor, Harold Thomas Martin, is charged with stealing highly classified source codes developed to covertly hack the networks of foreign governments, according to several senior law

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The Blowback Begins: Marine Demands Same Treatment As Hillary

Marine Corps officer Jason Brezler has been locked in a legal battle with his service after self-reporting that he improperly disseminated classified information now intends to demand the same treatment that Hillary received.

Marine reservist Jason Brezler, left, is pictured with Afghan police chief Sarwar Jan.

The FBI's decision to recommend that no charges be brought against Hillary Clinton has been labeled a double standard of epic proportions, and now the decision will trigger further unintended consequences. A Marine Corps officer who has been locked in a legal battle with his service after self-reporting that he improperly disseminated

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The FBI Has 80,000 Documents On Saudi Ties To 9/11 It Tried To Suppress

It turns out there are far more than 28 classified pages on Saudi Arabia and 9/11 — there are 80,000 kept secret by the FBI.

Former Secretary Of State Condoleeza Rice chats with a member of the Saudi Royal Family after welcoming the new King Salman of Saudi Arabia, 27 January 2015

The classified 28-pages of the 9/11 report have made global headlines lately as a handful of lawmakers battle to release them to the public. Those pages are believed by activists and members of Congress — who have seen them — to expose the role of Saudi Arabia, including government officials, in the terrorist attacks. But according to a new

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