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CIA-Senate dispute: Who’s spying on whom?

Complex story starts with waterboarding and ends in a secret CIA facility in Virginia.

Quoted from CIA-Senate dispute: Who’s spying on whom? on Yahoo News – Latest News & Headlines

Farrell said world leaders are not likely to be concerned, however, about the dispute between the Senate and the CIA. The Department of Justice has announced that it will not launch full-fledged investigations into either the CIA’s allegations that Senate staffers mishandled classified information in the course of writing their study of CIA torture, or Key dates in dispute between the CIA and senators. by Cnie Cass | March 11, 2014 06:29 PM Print this article. Senate Intelligence mittee Chair Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif. leaves the Tags: dates, dispute, between, senators, Senate intelligence mittee presses CIA Senators Dianne Feinstein, chairman of the Senate intelligence mittee, and Saxby Chambliss, the vice chairman. Photograph: Alex Wg/Getty Images Pressure is building the CIA to release e But legal experts say prosecutors will likely be hesitant to wade into a separati-of-powers dispute between two branches of government that involves a muddled area of the law and raises as many

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