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CIA torture report won’t be made public for months

U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Senator Feinstein speaks about START Treaty on Capitol Hill in Washington

WASHINGTON — The release of the long-awaited Senate Intelligence Committee report on the CIA’s use of waterboarding and other interrogation techniques — widely denounced as torture — is certain to take much longer than the 30 days sought by Senate

16 Years for Espionage, Life in Jail for Whistleblowing

by Nathan Fuller, April 18, 2013 Spc. William Millay, a 25-year-old military policeman, was sentenced yesterday to 19 years in jail, a sentence reduced to 16 years after a plea deal, minus time served, for attempting to commit espionage and

Bradley Manning pleads guilty to 10 lesser charges, explains motive

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The Army private charged in the biggest leak of classified material in U.S. history pleaded guilty to 10 charges Thursday and offered an impassioned defense of his actions, arguing that he sought to spark a national debate about what he

REVIEW: Espionage. An Encyclopedia of Spies and Secrets

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By Richard M. Bennett. London: Virgin Books, Ltd., 2002. 371 pages. Compiled and reviewed by Hayden B. Peake The dust jacket describes Richard Bennett as an "intelligence analyst since 1966," and lists other impressive credentials. Nevertheless, his encyclopedia of espionage,