CIA Director John Brennan issued a stern warning about the capabilities of ISIS today, including that the group may try to use refugees to infiltrate Western nations.
Reacting to Brennan's testimony, which seems to be in stark contrast to statements by the White House, former CIA operations officer and author Charles Faddis said "we are not winning this war."
CIA Director John Brennan warned that ISIS has a large fighting force and is sending operatives to launch lone-wolf attacks in the West.
An American high school student and self-proclaimed stoner may have uncovered a huge security breach after hacking the personal email of CIA director John Brennan.
CIA Director John Brennan gave an exclusive interview to Chris Wallace on "Fox News Sunday" today in which he shared insight on the ongoing nuclear negotiations with Iran, the fight against ISIS and more.
CIA Director John Brennan spoke for the first time this afternoon following the Senate's controversial report on enhanced interrogation methods used against terror suspects after 9/11. Brennan pushed back strongly against the report's conclusion that the interrogations did not produce intelligence that stopped imminent attacks.
CIA Director John Brennan enough admitted that the agency spied on U.S. Senate computers. Judge Andrew Napolitano reacted this morning, explaining that the CIA works for the president and can "spy, lie, steal, even fight secret wars" as long as the agency reveals it all to the House and Senate Intelligence Committees.
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) was on “Sunday Morning Futures,” where he called the CIA scandal “a breach of the fundamentals of our Constitution.”
The Obama administration is said to be withholding emails in which officials apparently discussed how to respond to media coverage in the weeks after the Benghazi attack. The email chain, which included top White House officials Denis McDonough, John Brennan, and Ben Rhodes, was dated Sept. 27-28, 2012 and was in reference to a report by Fox News' Chief Intelligence Correspondent Catherine Herridge.
In a statement released Wednesday afternoon, Deputy CIA Director Michael Morell announced his resignation after serving the country for 33 years.
The announcement comes amid growing controversy surrounding the government's surveillance of American citizens' phone and internet communications. However, no ties have been made between Morell's resignation and the recent controversy.