The latest news on John Brennan
After a 13 hour filibuster, Brennan is confirmed as the director of the CIA.
Rand Paul called the administration's comments on domestic drones 'gobbledygook.'
Spy veteran, Obama adviser now faces full Senate vote.
Former FBI agent says Brennan became a Muslim in the 1990s while in Saudi Arabia.
The blogosphere notes questioning of CIA director nominee John Brennan demonstrated congressional desire for more information on drone policy.
Obama adviser outlines how CIA would be different under his watch.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Nominated to head the CIA, John Brennan told a protest-disrupted Senate confirmation hearing Thursday the United States remains at war with al-Qaida and other terrorists and is under "daily cyberattack" by foreign countries and others.
The Obama administration announced it will provide memos detailing its targeted killing operations to congressional intelligence committees.
Drone policy must be debated openly, as other countries will follow America's example.