Robert L. Grenier, former CIA station chief, details the absurd, ad hoc world of the U.S. in Afghanistan after 9/11
The CIA has commonly cited a number of thwarted terrorist plots as justification for its interrogation programs. However, the Senate Intelligence Committee recently released a report on the CIA’s program that contradicts the agency's claims.
For the first time in English, the author’s reminiscence of the Gorky Institute for World Literature in 1958
Brian Moynahan recounts the power of Shostakovich’s music during the Siege of Leningrad
The crash was first reported by Navy officials early Friday. One pilot has been recovered and is in fair condition.
The general who imposed martial law in 1981 to crush the Solidarity trade union died in Warsaw at age 90.
A shooter drove through a beachfront community Friday night and opened fire, killing six people and injuring several more.
A Very Principled Boy The Life of Duncan Lee, Red Spy and Cold Warrior By Mark A. Bradley
The spy agency labored long and hard to bring the novel’s humanistic message to the Russian people.