The best selling spy book on Amazon.com isn't some thriller from Tom Clancy or Ian Flemming. It's an electronic edition of the Senate's report on the CIA's brutal interrogation program, the so-called torture report.
A California woman was shocked to find what appeared to be swastikas on Hanukkah wrapping paper.
Cheryl Shapiro says she was shopping at a Walgreens in Northridge, CA, when she spotted the symbol on the holiday paper.
There's more fallout this morning from the release of a Senate report detailing extreme techniques used on terror suspects after 9-11.
Many are appalled, but former CIA officials insist it's not torture.