That time the CIA was convinced a self-proclaimed psychic had paranormal abilities

“As a result of Geller’s success in this experimental period, we consider that he has demonstrated his paranormal perceptual ability in a convincing and unambiguous manner.”

Americans are united on retaliating against Russian cyberattacks

On this, at least, partisanship doesn’t matter.

Senate Intel chiefs promise investigation of Trump-Russia ties as House Democrats accuse FBI director of stonewalling

The Senate Intelligence Committee announced a planned probe would look into Russia’s political ties to campaigns, while House Democratic leaders publicly questioned Comey’s integrity and more rank-and-file members called on the FBI Director to step down.

Democrats press FBI to investigate Trump-Russia ties

Democrats want the FBI to probe any links between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin to determine whether Russia has leverage over the president-elect.

Senate GOP’s biggest Trump critic to lead Congress’s most public Russian hacking investigation

Sen. Lindsey O. Graham will lead a new subcommittee that will handle much of the Armed Services investigation into Russian hacking.


The CIA is delaying our books’ publication, and that hurts our democracy

(Saul Loeb / Agence France-Presse via Getty Images)

The review process for writings by former employees is broken. The solutions aren’t rocket science.


Lawmakers say Snowden is in contact with Russian spies but cite no public evidence

(Frederick Florin / AFP/Getty Images)

The ex-NSA contractor faces prosecution in the United States for leaking classified secrets.

Congressional push for sanctions against Russia could set up clash with Trump

Sen. John McCain called Sunday for a single select committee to probe alleged Russian hacking of the U.S. election.

Here’s how we’ll know if Trump engages in secret surveillance

These four warning signs may tell us if Donald Trump tries to secretly expand surveillance.


U.S.-Iranian man sentenced in case that revealed secret database of Americans’ calls

U.S. law enforcement covertly tracked billions of Americans’ calls overseas from the 1990s until 2013.