One of the nation’s most secretive intelligence agencies is pressuring its polygraphers to obtain intimate details of the private lives of thousands of job applicants and employees, pushing the ethical and legal boundaries of a program that’s designed instead to catch spies and terrorists. Mark Phillips, a polygrapher, says he was retaliated against for resisting abusive practices at the National Reconnaissance Office. John Sullivan sued the CIA to get his security clearance back.

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