IC in the News

IC in the News

A new, gloomy intelligence report released Monday forecasts a sluggish world economy, political unrest and disillusionment with the status quo across the globe during the next five years and beyond.  Insecurity will deepen rifts among social classes and religious groups and extremists will consolidate into large-scale networks across Africa, the Arab world and parts of Asia, according to the global trends report written by the National Intelligence Council.

U.S. spy agencies will publicly celebrate their lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees and encourage new LGBT recruits at the South by Southwest festival in Austin, Texas next week, the office of the Director of National Intelligence  (ODNI) said on Friday.
For more than 50 years as a military officer and in the U.S. government, James R. Clapper has been getting up early each day to look for the breadcrumbs that the nation’s adversaries and enemies leave behind. 
Friday, 13 November 2015 13:32

Wild Gadgets Fit for a Real-Life James Bond

James Bond has had some badass tech over the years—wristwatch lasers, passenger ejector seats. But real life has caught up to many of the franchise’s gee-whiz gadgets. Here are some innovations that give Q’s tech a run for its money.
Director of National Intelligence James Clapper is pressing forward with a drive many in the intelligence community have long resisted: trying to make the world of intelligence-gathering more open.