The doctrine sometimes serves a legitimate purpose, but the C.
The doctrine owes its name to a ship called the Hughes Glomar Explorer, which the C.
As the cloak-and-dagger drama was playing out in Islamabad, 100 miles to the west the C.
Bush announced that he had vetoed the 2008 intelligence budget because it contains a clause barring the C.
In a letter we published on Sunday, Mark Mansfield, the C.
Attorney's office to the Southern District of New York, the C.
James Woolsey, another prominent Iraq hawk who headed the C.
In the decades since Kennedy's death, the "rogue C.
OSP is the infamous alternative intelligence agency created in the immediate aftermath of September 11 by Pentagon hardliners who believed that the C.
Dulles told the story 40 years later to classes of newly minted C.
In some ways he can appear to have been the personification of the C.
Everyone laughed at the preposterous notion--including a C.