Central Intelligence Agency

New Identities and New Life for the Skripals in the United States

New Zealand could become the Skripals new home although the US is the more likely destination.

Britain is considering offering poisoned Russian ex-spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia new identities and a fresh life in the US in an attempt to protect them from further murder attempts.

Former CIA director to US President: You will take your rightful place as disgraced demagogue in dustbin of history

Lawmakers and former federal officials weighed in Saturday on the firing of former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe late Friday by Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

Former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, who served under former President Barack Obama, tweeted "this is dangerous" when referring to McCabe's ouster.

Tillarson: We have Exceeded the Expectations in Regards to North Korea

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson announced he would leave office at the end of the month after learning the news of his dismissal from President Donald Trump's profile on Twitter.

Until March 31, the functions of the American First Diplomat will be performed by Deputy Secretary of State John Sullivan and then by Mike Pompeo, who has so far headed the CIA.

Turkey-US Relations do not Depend on Individuals, PM Yıldırım Says After Tillerson Exit

Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım said Wednesday that Turkey-U.S. relations did not depend on individuals or their personal views about Turkey, addressing worries as to whether Rex Tillerson's departure would affect relations between the two countries, Daily Sabah writes.

Bloomberg: Pompeo in His Own Words on Iran, Russia and Spying on Allies

Mike Pompeo, a foreign policy hawk tapped by President Donald Trump to be the next Secretary of State, may push U.S. diplomacy sharply to the right. Here is what the CIA director and former Kansas congressman has said about global hot spots from Iran to North Korea.

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