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Washington (CNN) – The Central Intelligence Agency has been on Twitter for all of a month now. And it seems whoever is doing the official tweeting is a bit of a cut-up, out to show that the CIA is, hands down, the funniest American agency to ever overthrow a foreign government.
Take a look at some of the CIA's tweets for its one-month "twitterversy."
Regarding one of the greatest mysteries of our time, the CIA says: "No, we don't know where Tupac is."
Yes, but what do your files say about Biggie? And were you, in some way, behind the East-Coast-West-Coast rap wars of the 1990's?
Mendocino County, California (CNN) – Wardens with guns drawn climbed to the top of a look out, before making the steep and dangerous descent into the world of the illegal drug trade.
They're hunting for marijuana, which has been legalized for medicinal use in the state since 1996.
But California's Department of Fish and Wildlife recently created a Marijuana Enforcement Team that is aggressively trying to eradicate it and jail the growers.
In the middle of California's most pristine public land, during one of the state's worst droughts, pipes are snaking through streams, and siphoning off large amounts of the public's water to grow weed.
(CNN) – Espionage has been eating away at the relationship between the United States and Germany since last summer, when leaks from National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden revealed that the NSA had monitored the electronic data of millions of Germans, as well as the cellphone of Chancellor Angela Merkel.
(CNN) - President Barack Obama is asking Congress for $3.7 billion in emergency funds to better respond to the influx of immigrants illegally crossing the border into Texas.
CNN's Ed Lavandera breaks down where those funds will go.
(CNN) – Marine reservist Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi, 25, has been jailed in Mexico on weapons charges for more than three months.
Tomorrow will mark Tahmooressi's 100th day in prison, and his first opportunity to present his side of the story to a judge. He is currently in his second Mexican prison, after facing dangerous conditions in the first prison.
"I did fear for my life," Tahmooressi said in an interview, via phone, with CNN's "The Lead with Jake Tapper.