Informed Sources: Jul. 18, 1994

The CIA and Sex Discrimination

WASHINGTON -- The CIA will begin negotiations in September to forestall a sex- discrimination suit on behalf of its roughly 350 female case officers. Sources have told TIME that one of the few women who have served as a chief of station plans to sue the CIA and seven current or former officials for sex discrimination and failure to report a crime after she allegedly told the agency that a fellow officer with whom she was serving abroad had beaten his wife.

Don't Say "Failure." Say "Pathway."

WASHINGTON -- The Administration has a problem. PRESIDENT CLINTON...

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