12:43 GMT 14.09.2017
Almost ever since its creation, the US Central Intelligence Agency has fought hard to keep its activities a secret from the public, and even elected leaders. Declassified documents offer an insight into just one front in this war - the organization's battles with the Government Accountability Office.
11:39 GMT 09.09.2017
The Central Intelligence Agency has released some 2,000 pages of formerly classified materials on the Soviet Navy during the Cold War. Military observer Andrei Kotz takes a look at some of the most fascinating conclusions Western intelligence analysts reached about the Soviet Navy's presumed strengths and weaknesses.
15:14 GMT 09.08.2017
The British role in the 1953 coup d'etat in Iran has long been largely neglected, especially due to the fact that London tried its best to sweep the story under the rug. However, newly released State Department documents reveal how the UK manipulated the US into toppling democratically elected Iranian Prime Minister Mohammad Mosaddegh.
14:28 GMT 25.07.2017
The US National Archives have made 3,810 CIA and FBI documents on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in 1963 public for the very first time. Among the trove are 400 documents previously unavailable in any form – the rest were hitherto redacted, in some cases heavily. The pile is likely to prove a goldmine to conspiracy theorists.