Shows featuring Jonathan Landay

Senior national security and intelligence correspondent for McClatchy Newspapers.

  • The CIA’s Other Spy Scandal: Agency Monitored Emails Between Congress & Whistleblowing Officials

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    McClatchy Newspapers has revealed the CIA has been spying on emails from whistleblower officials and Congress, "triggering fears the CIA has been intercepting the communications of officials who handle whistleblower cases."
    August 01, 2014 | Blog Post
  • John Brennan Faces Calls to Resign After CIA Admits to Spying on Senate Torture Probe Johnbrennan
    Central Intelligence Agency Director John Brennan is facing calls to resign after admitting CIA officials spied on a Senate panel probing the agency’s torture and rendition program. The allegation surfaced in March when members of the Senate Intelligence Committee openly accused CIA officials of illegally monitoring...
    August 01, 2014 | Story
  • Insider Threat: Government Employees Urged to Tattle On Coworkers in Effort to Stop Classified Leaks Jonathan_landay
    As the media focuses almost exclusively on Edward Snowden’s possible whereabouts, more details on the Obama administration’s crackdown on whistleblowers have come to light. A new investigative report has revealed the administration’s crackdown on leaks extends far beyond high-profile cases like Snowden or...
    June 25, 2013 | Story
  • Afghan Election Marred by Fraud, Intimidation, Violence, Low Turnout Afghan-vote-web
    In Afghanistan, election authorities are preparing to publish the first partial results from last week’s presidential election, but the small sample of ten percent may do little to resolve a dispute over the outcome. The August 20th election was marred by fraud, intimidation, violence and low turnout in many areas. The Electoral Complaints Commission says it is looking into at least 250...
    August 25, 2009 | Story
  • After 6+ Years at Guantanamo, Mohamed Jawad Returns Home Jawad-web
    A young Afghan prisoner has returned to Afghanistan following his release from Guantanamo Bay. Mohamed Jawad arrived in Kabul on Monday. He was ordered freed last month after more than six years at Guantanamo. He was as young as twelve at the time of his capture and was tortured and threatened into confessing to throwing a grenade at a US soldier. [includes rush transcript]
    August 25, 2009 | Story