Illustration on the need to clean house at U.S. intelligence agencies by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times
Illustration on U. S. intelligence agencies by William Brown/Tribune Content Agency
Illustration on Mrs. Clinton, terrorist groups and U.S. intelligence operations in the Middle-East by Greg Groesch
Illustration on the threats of foreign legal prosecution of exposed U.S. intelligence personnel by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times
10 — Edward Woodward starred in CBS' "The Equalizer" as a former U.S. intelligence official who doles out his own brand of justice to criminals in New York City.
Former United Nations Ambassador John R. Bolton says his major concerns include “the nuclear proliferation issue, as manifested both in Iran and North Korea ... relations with Russia, and the approach to the U.S. intelligence budget,” which is facing a $25 billion cut over the next 10 years. Mr. Bolton is critical of the White House for claiming that the killing of al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden last year has diminished his terrorist network. (Associated Press)
**FILE** This undated image released in April 2008 shows what U.S. intelligence officials said was a Syrian nuclear reactor being built with North Korean help. (Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)