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Ex-CIA officer charged with spying for China

June 23, 2017
Josh Gerstein | POLITICO
Kevin Mallory, 60, was arrested by the FBI at his home in Leesburg, Virginia, on Thursday and brought to federal court in Alexandria to face preliminary charges of espionage and lying to federal officers.
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How President Trump consumes — or does not consume — top-secret intelligence

May 30, 2017
Philip Rucker, Ashley Parker | The Washington Post
President Trump consumes classified intelligence like he does most everything else in life: ravenously and impatiently, eager to ingest glinting nuggets but often indifferent to subtleties.

President Trump tries to sell wary Republicans on health care replacement and WikiLeaks details CIA spying tactics

March 10, 2017
House Republicans unveiled a replacement for Obamacare that faces tough opposition.
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WikiLeaks Will Help Tech Companies Fix Security Flaws, Assange Says

March 10, 2017
Scott Shane, David Sanger, Vindu Goel | The New York Times
On Thursday, fresh from revealing the largest leak of classified documents in C.I.A. history, Wikileaks' Julian Assange tried to turn the tables on his critics.
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Exposure of CIA hacking tools renews debate over Americans’ cybersecurity vs. national security

March 8, 2017
Ellen Nakashima | The Washington Post
WikiLeaks’ release on Tuesday of a massive cache of data describing CIA hacking tools has renewed a debate over how well the U.S. government balances the protection of Americans’ cybersecurity against the need to protect national security.
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WikiLeaks Releases Trove of Alleged C.I.A. Hacking Documents

March 7, 2017
Scott Shane, Mark Mazzetti, Matthew Rosenberg | The New York Times
WikiLeaks on Tuesday released thousands of documents that it said described sophisticated software tools used by the Central Intelligence Agency.
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Pompeo confirmed, sworn in as head of CIA

January 24, 2017
Ellen Mitchell, Josh Gerstein | POLITICO
The congressman takes over the leading spy agency after an unusually public fight with President Donald Trump.

Trump briefed on intel report blaming Putin for election meddling and Congress returns to debate Obamacare

January 6, 2017
U.S. intelligence agencies tell the president-elect Russia was behind election-related cyberattacks.
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