NEWS & ANALYSIS

Intelligence Sharing Falters at State and Local Levels

An internal DHS report obtained by The Wall Street Journal shows intelligence sharing has slightly improved, but states still complain of barriers.

Intelligence Chief Discusses Annual Threat Assessment with Congress

Speaking before a Senate Committee, the head of U.S. Intelligence discussed the continuing threat from al Qaeda as well as concerns about political instability, WMD, and other issues.

Less Private Intelligence Contractors, Says Congressional Report

A joint congressional report tells the Office of the Director of National Intelligence to find the appropriate balance between contract employees and civilian government employees.

Would You Like Spies with That?

FBI denies the reported "Falafel Investigation," calling it too ridiculous to be true.

Moving Past the James Bond Image

The United Kingdom's intelligence and security services will recruit more "non-white" agents.

FDNY Partners with DHS to Gather Information While Inside Homes

Critics say the partnership will turn firefighters into intelligence agents.

Bush Issues Information-Sharing Report

The White House issues its strategy for information sharing in the war on terrorism.

9-11 Chairman Criticizes FBI's Counterterrorism Efforts

Thomas H. Kean says the FBI must stop treating its intelligence analysts like second class citizens.

Government to Release National Intelligence Budget

One of the government's most closely guarded secrets will be outed at the end of the month.

New Plan for Intelligence Coordination Released

The nation's head of intelligence sets out his 500 day plan to transform the nation's intelligence infrastructure and practices.
 




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