By Mark Hosenball WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Central Intelligence Agency will make one of the biggest overhauls in its nearly 70-year history, aimed in part at sharpening its focus on cyber operations and incorporating digital innovations, CIA director John Brennan said. Brennan said he is creating new units within the CIA, called "mission centers," intended to concentrate the agency's focus on specific challenges or geographic areas, such as weapons proliferation or Africa. The CIA director said he also is establishing a new "Directorate of Digital Innovation" to lead efforts to track and take advantage of advances in cyber technology to gather intelligence. Historically, electronic eavesdroppers at the National Security Agency have been at the cutting edge of digital innovation within the U.S. government.
As Eminem puts out "Not Afraid," a documentary on the fortunes of his record label, we select five crucial musical accounts from across musical genres. Despite its similarity to the two-part Tarantino action film "Kill Bill," this Bill Withers documentary can actually trace its title to the soul and R&B singer-songwriter's second album from 1972. Documenting G-funk guru Calvin Broadus Jr.'s rejection of stage name Snoop Dogg in favor of Snoop Lion at the time of his 2012 Rastafari conversion, and released alongside an album of the same name. Martin Scorsese, world famous director of "Goodfellas" and "Gangs of New York," had been known as a rockumentarian since since 1978 reference "The Last Waltz." This Rolling Stones doc took footage from a specially altered 2006 concert tour and interpolated it with highly contextual footage chosen from earlier in the band's 40 year career.