Obama Wants to Put Torture Behind Us, But It Still Haunts Guantanamo Every Single Day
August 11, 2014

The legal proceedings at the detention camp are torturous in their own right.

The U.S. Is Being Routed by Russia in the Information War Over Ukraine
April 16, 2014

Russian jokes will defeat American earnestness every time.

The Tragicomedy of the 9/11 Trial
A report from Guantanamo Bay
April 15, 2014

Accusations that the FBI may be spying on defendents causes yet another delay.

The Secret World of American Spies in the Middle East
January 06, 2014

This is what it's like to be an American spy in the Middle East.

The Secular Syrian Opposition May Be Imploding
Fallout from the U.S.-Russia deal
October 29, 2013

More fallout from the U.S.-Russia deal

'Homeland' Episode Two: A Former CIA Agent Assesses
October 06, 2013

CIA directors don’t have time to roll up their sleeves and walk around the building says our Homeland expert, former CIA Agent Robert Baer.

The Spy Who Shot Himself in the Foot
What the blond-wigged accused spy may have been trying to learn
May 14, 2013

Would the CIA really send out a spy in an amateurish blond wig? Yes, experts say: They would.

Spy vs. Soldier
The CIA may lose a power it never legally had
April 02, 2013

The CIA may lose a power it never legally had.

Spooky Sex
Inside the randy culture of the CIA
February 21, 2013

Inside the randy culture of the CIA.

Unmanned Oversight
How Congress whiffed on drones
February 07, 2013

How Congress whiffed on drones.