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Former CIA Director Michael Hayden cautions against misinterpreting new study of al Qaeda recruitment.
Michael Hayden says economic sanctions are only protection from Chinese cyber-threats.
Some intelligence veterans say it's time to rethink how widely classified material is shared.
Intelligence officials concerned the WikiLeaks.org revelations could endanger counterterror networks.
The former director wants another chance at handling the bumbled reaction.
Gabriel Schoenfeld discusses why some classified information is best kept secret from the public.
Porter Goss and Michael Hayden will be the guest speakers on a Caribbean cruise.
The Steelers love the outgoing CIA director, too—so much so that we hear Jerome Bettis hugged him.
One of Obama's first executive orders restricts how CIA detains and interrogates terrorist suspects.
The outgoing president gave them the nation's highest intelligence award at a White House ceremony