CIA Accused Of Spying On US Senate Intelligence Committee
A dispute between congress and the CIA has gone public and caustic.
Senate Intelligence Committee Chair Dianne Feinstein of California says the spy agency has engaged in activity that may be illegal and violates the separation of powers.
She says the CIA improperly searched a computer network that had been set up at CIA headquarters for use by lawmakers investigating whether the agency had used torture during terror investigations.
CIA Director John Brennan disputes the allegations and says he'll leave it to authorities to determine whether there was a violation of the law.
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