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    Chelsea Manning Sentence Commutation

    Gregory Korte, USA Today White House reporter, spoke by phone about President Obama commuting the sentence of Chelsea Manning, who in 2013 received a 35-year jail sentence for passing…

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    Privacy and Government Surveillance, Part 5

    In presentations on international views and laws related to U.S. intelligence gathering and data collection, Alan Butler presented a short talk, “Schrems and the International Backlash Against U.S. Surveillance,” and Jennifer Daskal…

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    Enhanced Interrogation

    James Mitchell talked about his book, Enhanced Interrogation: Inside the Minds and Motives of the Islamic Terrorists Trying To Destroy America, about the development and workings of the…

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    Russian Hacking and Cybersecurity

    Top U.S. intelligence officials testified at a hearing on on cybersecurity threats, including Russia’s series of 2016 election-season cyberattacks. The witnesses agreed that Russia was behind the hacking and…

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    Intelligence Report on Russian Election-Year Interference

    House Intelligence Committee Ranking Member Adam Schiff (D-CA) spoke with reporters about the intelligence report on Russia’s hacking to influence 2016 U.S. elections. He called for a bipartisan select…

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    Cybersecurity Recommendations

    Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) and Representative Michael McCaul (R-TX) announced they would be introducing legislation that would consolidate federal cybersecurity operations into a single…

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    World War II Allied Spy and Debutante

    Howard Blum talked about the life of Betty Pack, a Washington, D.C., debutante who worked as a spy for both the British and Americans during World War II. Mr. Blum described her ability to seduce…

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    Wikimedia Foundation v. National Security Agency Oral Argument

    The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond, Virginia, heard oral argument in Wikimedia Foundation v. National Security Agency, a case challenging the National Security Agency’s (NSA) mass interception…

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    Open Phones, Part 1

    Telephone lines were open for viewer calls on news of the day and on the question, “Do you trust U.S. intelligence?” Karoun Demirjian also spoke bu phone about the hearing on Russian…

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    Open Phones

    Telephone lines were open for viewer comments on news of the day. Katie Bo Williams, speaking by phone, previewed the Senate Armed Services Committee hearing happening later in the morning…

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    Privacy and Government Surveillance, Part 3

    In presentations on congressional oversight of intelligence agencies as well as the role and rights of technology companies in terms of cooperation with intelligence agencies for user data, Nathan Leamer presented a short…

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    Office of Strategic Services World War II Veteran

    Ninety-five-year-old Office of Strategic Services (OSS) veteran U.S. Army Major General John Singlaub (Retired) recalled some of his many missions in Europe and Asia. Following World War II, General Singlaub…

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    After Words with Michael Hayden

    Michael Hayden talked about his book Playing to the Edge: American Intelligence in the Age of Terror, in which he provides an inside look at national security. He was interviewed by former…

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    After Words with Eric Fair

    Eric Fair talked about his book, Consequence: A Memoir, about his experiences serving as an interrogator at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq. He is interviewed by Raha Wala.

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    The FBI and a Nazi Spy Ring

    Peter Duffy described the story of an FBI double agent who helped expose a Nazi spy ring in New York. He talked about how the mission was developed and how it made use of a hidden camera to gather…

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    World War II Spies and Codebreakers

    Sir Max Hastings talked about the significance of espionage for each side during World War II. He described how information was gathered and if it had an impact on the movement of physical forces. He…

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    The Spy Who Couldn't Spell

    Yudhijit Bhattacharjee talked about his book, The Spy Who Couldn’t Spell: A Dyslexic Traitor, an Unbreakable Code, and the FBI’s Hunt for America’s Stolen Secrets, about Brian Regan, a CIA…

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    True Believer

    Kati Marton talked about her book True Believer: Stalin’s Last American Spy, in which she remembers the life of Noel Field, an Ivy League-educated employee of the U.S. State Department, who…

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    President's Daily Briefing

    John Brennan and James Clapper talked about the President’s Daily Briefing during the Nixon and Ford administrations and how that had evolved over time since then. The President’s Daily Briefings (PDBs} contain…

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    Overclassification of Government Documents

    Information, data, secrecy. and transparency experts testified at a hearing on the classification rules and procedures related to national security and intelligence documents. Members asked…

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