How far should the CIA go to keep America safe? All 12 living CIA directors share their passionate disagreements about the agency's past, its current mission, and its future
For the first time ever, all 12 living CIA directors from George H.W. Bush to current Director John Brennan share their insights into the urgent question of our time: how can they keep America safe?
Former CIA Director Leon Panetta describes how his religion helped him confront and make tough decisions. He ordered drone attacks he knew would kill men, women and children.
David Hume Kennerly won the 1972 Pulitzer Prize for his photos of the Vietnam War, and then served as President Gerald R. Ford's personal photographer. He is one of the executive producers of '"48 Ho...
Until now, the CIA has never acknowledged that it operates lethal drones. Now, the directors go off script, debating the efficacy and ethics of the classified drone warfare.
Former CIA Director George Tenet, in his first interview in eight years, and his deputy, Cofer Black, speak out in detail for the first time about a critical White House meeting in July 2001.
Three former CIA directors who presided over the agency's "enhanced interrogation" program during the Bush administration insist the brutal techniques produced valuable information and saved lives.
The CIA directors are not unanimous when it comes to the use of "enhanced interrogation techniques."
A look at the work involved in shooting the CBS News documentary "The Spymasters: CIA in the Crosshairs." It took crews in five countries and travel to six states to speak with all 12 living directo...
CIA Director John Brennan explains that when he was young he didn't know what he wanted to do with his life -- until he saw an ad in the paper.
Gen. David Petraeus describes how he transitioned from the military and his post leading troops in Iraq to director of America's spy agency.
James Woolsey served as director of the CIA from 1993-1995 under the Clinton Administration. He describes how he was chosen for the job.
John McLaughlin, former acting director of the CIA, describes his journey and the jobs he held before becoming a spy. McLaughlin worked for the CIA for more than 30 years.