Wyden, Ron

Director Denies CIA Spied on Senate Committee

A 2014 Senate report on the U.S. use of torture during the War on Terror reemerged Tuesday during a tense exchange between Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., and CIA Director John O. Brennan, when Wyden pressed Brennan to apologize for spying on the Senate Intelligence Committee’s computers during its investigation of the CIA.

Congressional Probe Finds Drugmaker Put Profits First

The 18-month probe, led by Senate Finance Committee ranking Democrat Ron Wyden of Oregon and Republican Charles E. Grassley of Iowa, reviewed 20,000 pages of documents and conducted dozens of interviews to determine how Gilead Sciences priced Sovaldi and a successor medicine, Harvoni.