Things defense wonks shouldn’t do when they hook up: talk about the secret details of nuclear weapons, radar systems and war plans.
The heads of U.S. intelligence stopped short of saying that al-Qaida is beaten, but the picture they provided is definitely of a terrorist apparatus that’s pretty beaten up.
The Army has killed its massive spy blimp. And as the Long Range Multi-Intelligence Vehicle dies, so too does an entire model of aerial surveillance for the foreseeable future.
Former intelligence officers believe this remote airstrip in Saudi Arabia is a secret U.S. airfield, used to launch attacks on militants in Yemen.
John Brennan is probably going to be the next CIA director. Just not before senators have a chance to grill him about national-security leaks, torture and killer drones.