Settlement Reached in C.I.A. Torture Case

A lawsuit against two psychologists who helped devise the C.I.A.’s brutal interrogation program was an unusual effort to demand accountability for tactics adopted after Sept. 11.

Under Trump, a Hollowed-Out Force in Syria Quickly Lost C.I.A. Backing

The shuttering of the C.I.A. program, one of the most expensive efforts to arm and train rebels since the 1980s, has forced a reckoning over its successes and failures.

2 Psychologists in C.I.A. Interrogations Can Face Trial, Judge Rules

James Mitchell, a psychologist and former contractor for the C.I.A., is one of two defendants in the case. By SHERI FINK July 28, 2017 A federal court judge refused on Friday to drop a lawsuit against two psychologists who helped devise the C.I.A.’s...

Trump Misleads on Russian Meddling: Why 17 Intelligence Agencies Don’t Need to Agree

By MATTHEW ROSENBERG July 6, 2017 WASHINGTON — President Trump said on Thursday that only “three or four” of the United States’ 17 intelligence agencies had concluded that Russia interfered in the presidential election — a...

C.I.A. Names the ‘Dark Prince’ to Run Iran Operations, Signaling a Tougher Stance

By MATTHEW ROSENBERG and ADAM GOLDMAN June 2, 2017 WASHINGTON — He is known as the Dark Prince or Ayatollah Mike, nicknames he earned as the Central Intelligence Agency officer who oversaw the hunt for Osama bin Laden and the American drone...