Tim Starks

Intelligence Reporter, Congressional Quarterly

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Intelligence reporter for Congressional Quarterly

Tim Starks on KCRW

In 2005, the  CIA  destroyed videotape that showed interrogations of terrorist suspects.  Today's  New York Times  reports that CIA lawyers gave written permission--despite advice from…

The CIA Torture Tapes

In 2005, the CIA destroyed videotape that showed interrogations of terrorist suspects.  Today's New York Times reports that CIA lawyers gave written permission--despite advice from…

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President Bush wound up his  Latin American tour  today at a  joint press conference  with Mexican President Felipe Calderón, but was dogged by questions about domestic politics.

Senate Votes to Open Debate on Iraq

President Bush wound up his Latin American tour today at a joint press conference with Mexican President Felipe Calderón, but was dogged by questions about domestic politics.

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Retired Admiral Mike McConnell  was sworn in today as the second  Director of National Intelligence , a job created after intelligence failures before 9/11 and the Iraq invasion.  One…

McConnell Sworn-in as New 'Top Spy'

Retired Admiral Mike McConnell was sworn in today as the second Director of National Intelligence , a job created after intelligence failures before 9/11 and the Iraq invasion.  One…

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