By Tess Owen
Her campaign said the briefing went on for two hours and took place at the FBI offices in White Plains, north of New York City, near the Clinton's home in Westchester County.
By VICE News
Hayden answered a wide range of questions regarding national security, the presidential elections, Hillary Clinton — and Donald Trump.
Fifteen Gitmo detainees have been transferred to the United Arab Emirates — the largest single release of detainees from the facility during Barack Obama's presidency.
By Tess Owen
Shahram Amiri disappeared in Saudi Arabia in 2009 and reappeared one year later in the United States. He says he was kidnapped; the US says that's false.
The candidates are about to get classified briefings from the US spy agencies. But neither one is going to learn any major state secrets from them.
US intelligence and private cybersecurity firms say Russia almost certainly hacked the Democratic National Committee and leaked documents, and now the question is whether the US government is going to do something about it.
Abu Zubaydah, a Saudi national, served as the guinea pig for the CIA's torture program. For the first time, his account of his captivity has been made public.
An amendment added to the annual intelligence-spending bill calls for more accountability when the Intelligence Community works with the entertainment industry.
On May 2, the government of the small African country signed a Defense Cooperation Agreement with the United States, the first such pact in a decade with an African nation.
The militant group's terrorism capability and global reach were not diminished, despite gains against it on the battlefield, he said at a rare public hearing of the Senate Intelligence Committee.
Declassified internal CIA reports released Tuesday describes the systematic torture of the first high-value detainee to die in CIA custody.
Sabrina De Sousa faces possible jail time for an unlawful CIA rendition that she says she wasn't involved in — and she says as secretary of state, Hillary Clinton did nothing to help her.
By Tess Owen
The bodies of suspected informants are often displayed publicly, and some people have reportedly been killed by being dropped into a vat of acid.
Newly released CIA documents show that trainers from the Federal Bureau of Prisons traveled to a CIA black site in Afghanistan and trained guards shortly before a detainee named Gul Rahman was found dead in his cell.
A Department of Defense report shows that before transferring detainees to other countries, the US required only non-binding assurances torture wouldn't be used.
The CIA's own internal watchdog found that the agency employed independent contractors who were given no official duties, or who were performing tasks that by law had to be performed by CIA employees.
By Greg Walters
Roberto Craciunica is accused of selling badges and credentials that were involved in a string of arrests of individuals carrying real weapons while impersonating federal US officials.