The Quiz: Where did CIA headquarters move after expanding out of Washington, D.C.?
New York City, New York
Chevy Chase, Maryland
Explanation : The CIA’s original home was in a Navy Hill complex in Washington, D.C.’s Foggy Bottom neighborhood, but after the agency’s rapid growth throughout the 1950s, it moved to a new, bigger home. The town of Langley, Virginia, was chosen in part because it was far enough away from the big city to be made secure and private more easily. President Dwight D. Eisenhower laid the cornerstone for the Langley office in 1955, and John F. Kennedy dedicated the building in 1961.
Correct Answer: Langley, Virginia