Cheney defends CIA techniques, calls Senate report 'flawed' - Ex-CIA chief says interrogations yielded 'Home Depot ...
Former CIA Director Michael Hayden on Wednesday defended the agency?s post-9/11 interrogation methods, following the release of a Senate report that slammed their tactics as "brutal" and ineffective.
CIA chiefs accuse Senate of 'cherry-picking' evidence in inquiry
In a 2,500 rebuttal ex-CIA leaders including Michael Hayden, George Tenet and Porter Goss argued the CIA's interrogation program saved lives by leading to the capture of top Al Qaeda militants.
Jeannette vet gets much-needed gift
Retired Staff Sgt. Patrick Hayden said he was ready to drop his classes at Westmoreland County Community College because he had no way to get ...
Hayden: No One Ever Warned Us Against Overreacting to 9/11
After the Senate released its torture report, Michael Hayden, who formerly led both the CIA and the NSA, granted an interview to NBC News. Under questioning by Brian Williams, he provided no persuasive rebuttal to the report's findings. But he did offer a defense of America's intelligence community that doubles as an unwitting indictment of the country's leadership in the post-9/11 era. Here's ...
A Christmas Carol, York Guildhall, December 22 to January 4
THE Flanagan Collective's communal dining production of A Christmas Carol with food, drink, songs and party games, is on the move again in York.
Former CIA Director Braces for 'Torture Report'
Former Central Intelligence Agency director Michael Hayden on Sunday rejected accusations that the agency lied about its use of so-called enhanced interrogation techniques just ahead of the release of the much anticipated "torture report" prepared by the Senate Intelligence Committee, which is expected Tuesday. Hayden also asserted that not only are the report's conclusions not true, but it ...
'No clues' to Hayden Cossey disappearance
Police "don't have a clue" what has happened to a Christchurch rebuild worker who went missing more than a fortnight ago.
Former CIA Director Michael Hayden Is Still Saying He Did Nothing Wrong
The former director of the CIA has come out swinging after a Senate report found he had repeatedly misled politicians about the extent of the agency's history of torturing detainees. The newly released document tears apart the CIA's past claims that only a small number of detainees were subjected to the harsh interrogation techniques. The agency has said it held fewer than 100 detainees and ...
Former CIA Chief Hayden: Legally, It's Not Torture
Former CIA Director Michael Hayden says interrogation tactics revealed in a Senate report weren't legally torture.
CIA battles Senate Democrats over torture report
Hayden was singled out by Senate saying there was a string of misleading statements he gave in 2007 about of CIA's brutal treatment of detainees.