The appointment of the new head of the National Clandestine Service could signal a broader shake-up.
The Obama administration was forced to cease operations after Yemen’s government collapsed.
The chairman of the intelligence committee wants the White House to give up copies of the classified file.
Newly released documents detail cloak-and-dagger behavior that triggered the CIA-Senate feud.
French and U.S. officials are struggling to explain failures in intelligence that might have prevented this week’s violence.
David Cohen, an architect of the U.S. sanctions against Russia and Iran, is selected over agency insiders.
Amid an intensified manhunt across rural France, the older of the two brothers suspected in the deadly attack at a newspaper’s offices is believed to have traveled to Yemen in 2011.
A well-orchestrated assault rather than a bombing or suicide attack offered the appearance of planning, officials said.
In a letter, the senator said she plans to introduce legislation to make coercive interrogation acts illegal.
The administration says the regime tried to stifle free speech with “destabilizing conduct.”