CIA Chief Defends 'Enhanced Interrogation'
The director of the CIA has defended the spy agency during a rare news conference, following the release of a U.S. Senate report that said agents used torture in the country’s war on terror. But John Brennan also said the agency, at times, fell short. It’s an admission that comes as calls to hold the CIA, and the United States, accountable are growing louder. VOA's Jeff Seldin reports.