March 16, 2011 Raymond Davis has been in jail since he shot and killed two men who he said were trying to rob him. The incident strained U.S.-Pakistan relations.
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February 25, 2011 Raymond Davis claims diplomatic immunity. Pakistan is weighing if it can try him for the killing of two men. Davis, a CIA employee, says he acted in self-defense. Meanwhile, Pakistan arrested another American for allegedly having an expired visa.
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February 22, 2011 But the story of American Raymond Davis, who's being held in a Pakistani jail as he awaits word on whether he'll be tried for killing two men, has gotten more complicated with the news that he was working for the CIA.
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December 27, 2010 Washingtonian magazine is adding some background and texture to the story of Jennifer Matthews, the 45-year-old CIA base chief who was killed with 11 other agency officers and contractors.
December 8, 2009 The CIA used some familiar magic tricks to communicate during the Cold War. Check out the Boston Globe's slideshow.
August 25, 2009 One man's "harsh interrogation tactics" are another's "torture." The elephant in the room is: do any of these "enhanced" methods work?
August 24, 2009 A new CIA report on interrogation and alleged abuses drops, and a former CIA lawyer gets a jump start on the op-ed pages.
July 21, 2009 In the wake of yesterday's show on the CIA and assassinations, some extra-credit readings.
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