A timeline of how allegations of wrongdoing by the Bidens in Ukraine percolated up through right-wing news circles to the president’s desk, what the president and his lawyer have said and done about it, what the Ukrainian government has said about the situation, and how Congress has reacted.
Latest in intelligence oversight
The House Intelligence Committee released two letters it received from the Inspector General of the Intelligence Community (ICIG), Michael K.
A play-by-play of the legislative history behind House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff’s complaints over the withholding of a whistleblower complaint.
The law prohibits the disclosure of identities of U.S. covert agents under certain circumstances. Now the CIA is fast-tracking an expansion.
Most Americans regard the intelligence community as vital to national security and its performance as increasingly effective. But the public does not have a good understanding of how intelligence agencies are supervised and how oversight is exercised.
What did the heads of six intelligence agencies tell the Senate on Tuesday?
The committee majority’s report adds little new substantive information updating the narrative of what happened surrounding Russian interference in the election.
Harvard Law Review has published a new issue, now available online, which includes a feature article and several responses concerning the role of the President and National Security Council in overseeing foreign intelligence collection. The feature article and overall series could not be more timely, particularly in light of last month’s Wall Street Journal report on U.S.
Five Important (Or At Least Interesting) Provisions in the Intelligence Authorization Bill HPSCI Passed
The Intelligence Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2016, which HPSCI (the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence) voted out last week, contains a number of very interesting, but little-noticed, provisions. Here are my top-five highlights.