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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - CIA director Porter Goss' resignation on Friday was based on a "mutual understanding" between President George W. Bush, national intelligence director John Negroponte and Goss, a senior Bush administration official said.
By Steve Holland WASHINGTON (Reuters) - CIA chief Porter Goss, assigned to rebuild the U.S. spy agency after huge intelligence lapses over the September 11 attacks and Iraq, abruptly quit on Friday after less than two years on the job. President George W.
By Vicki Allen WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The House o
By David Morgan WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Suspected senior al Qaeda leaders in U.S. captivity may be put on trial eventually but for now they are too valuable as sources of intelligence, U.S. intelligence chief John Negroponte said on Thursday.
By David Morgan WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Bush administration on Thursday released prewar Iraqi government documents confiscated by U.S. forces, including some it said showed Saddam Hussein's regime suspected an al Qaeda presence in the country.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Bush administration on Monday said it was preparing to release prewar Iraqi government material from a trove of documents and tape-recordings captured after the 2003 U.S. invasion of Iraq. The office of U.S.
Small teams of special operations troops are being placed in a growing number of American embassies in unstable regions of the world to gather intelligence on terrorists, the New York Times reported on Tuesday.
By David Morgan WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States cannot say for certain that North Korea possesses any nuclear weapons but believes Pyongyang has continued to produce plutonium from its 5-megawatt Yongbyon reactor, top intelligence officials said on Tuesday.
By Caren Bohan and Susan Cornwell WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President George W. Bush on Tuesday stood by his support for allowing a Dubai-based company to run terminals at six major U.S. ports, as lawmakers raised concerns about a Coast Guard report on security issues.
By Caren Bohan WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President George W. Bush on Tuesday stood by his support for allowing a Dubai-based company to run terminals at some U.S. ports, as lawmakers raised concerns about a Coast Guard report on security issues.