Why won't the CIA reveal what's in its art collection?
By Matthew Ponsford, CNN, Feb. 5, 2016
The CIA's fortress headquarters in Langley, Virginia is home to more than few surprises, like a branch of Starbucks where the baristas definitely don't ask names, and a museum of spying you'll never set foot in.
And those are just the details they're authorized to talk about.
Langley is the nerve center of an espionage empire with a budget in the billions. Its classified headcount of intelligence operatives are tasked with, among other things, sabotaging ISIS and waging cyber warfare -- so it is understandable that the agency is a little tight-lipped.
But few know that the HQ's halls play host to one of the world's most enigmatic art galleries.
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