┬áIn this April 30, 2007, file photo, George Tenet, former CIA director, listens during an interview in New York. The CIA does not give up its secrets easily. Under pressure from a Senate committee to ... more 
 In this April 30, 2007, file photo, George Tenet, former CIA director, listens during an interview in New York. The CIA does not give up its secrets easily. Under pressure from a Senate committee to declassify parts of a congressional report on harsh interrogations of suspected terrorists, the CIA is shadowed by its reluctance to open up about its operations and its past. The CIA officials who decide which secrets can be revealed have wrestled with Congress, archivists, journalists, former CIA employees and even a former CIA director. (AP Photos/Bebeto Matthews, File) less 
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