U.S. intelligence boss says security clearances are ‘broken’ – Chicago Tribune

The U.S. government’s system of security clearances for top officials is “broken” and must be completely overhauled, the Trump administration’s intelligence chief told The Associated Press, as questions swirl about how a top White House aide kept his access to highly sensitive information and the president despite accusations of domestic violence. (read more)

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