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APR 07, 2014 - The Week

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Why the CIA won't break its drone addiction anytime soon

Even though President Obama ordered his national security cabinet to shift the locus of the drone wars from the Central Intelligence Agency to the military's special operations command, the New York Times reported Sunday that, while the number of strikes has slowed to a trickle, the CIA plans to be in the drone business in Pakistan and Africa for quite ...

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APR 06, 2014 - Huffington Post

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Angus King Thinks Dick Cheney Should Try Waterboarding 'If He Doesn't Think That Was Torture'

Sen. Angus King (I-Maine) said Sunday that former Vice President Dick Cheney should give waterboarding a try himself if he doesn't believe the interrogation tactic qualifies as torture. During a visit to American University in Washington, D.C. late last month, Cheney said he had no regrets over the controversial interrogation practices used by the Central Intelligence Agency during the Bush ...

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APR 01, 2014 - Huffington Post

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CIA Misled Public About Interrogation Program: Report

April 1 (Reuters) - The Central Intelligence Agency misled the U.S. government and public for years about aspects of its brutal interrogation program, concealing details about harsh treatment of detainees and other issues, according to a report in the Washington Post. U.S. officials who have seen a Senate Intelligence Committee report on the CIA interrogation program described damning new information ...

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MAR 26, 2014 - Yahoo! News

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US lawmakers to vote on secret CIA interrogation report

A US Senate committee will vote next week on whether to declassify its report on a CIA interrogation program, potentially shedding light on some of the most objectionable tactics of America's war on terror. Disputes over the 6,300-page review and the years-long research conducted by Senate Intelligence Committee staff have led to a rift between the Central Intelligence Agency and ...

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