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By Vladimir Isachenkov, Associated Press
Andrew Brunson, an American pastor imprisoned in Turkey for two years, inspired global prayers for his safe release. Now, he’s written a book, “God’s Hostage,” about the ordeal, which hardened American relations with NATO ally Turkey. Nick Schifrin talks to…
By Nick Schifrin, Ali Rogin
Reports that the U.S. extracted a Russian spy from the Kremlin in 2017 have reignited a discussion about intelligence community sources and methods. Specifically, questions are arising about whether Russian President Vladimir Putin himself ordered interference into the 2016 presidential…
In our Tuesday news wrap, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo called news accounts that a CIA informant was rescued from Russia in 2017 “factually wrong.” Sources had reported the Kremlin mole had been in danger after exposure of Russian interference…
Legendary spy power couple Jonna and Tony Mendez met while working for the CIA in the Soviet Union, building the tools of espionage: the disguise kit, the camera that could hide anywhere, the cyanide pen. There they followed guidelines they…
Russia has detained Paul Whelan, a former U.S. Marine, on charges of espionage. Whelan's family says he was traveling for a wedding. The arrest comes weeks after accused Russian agent Maria Butina agreed to cooperate with U.S. prosecutors. John Sipher,…
By Jill Lawless and Nataliya Vasilyeva, Associated Press
Ex-spy Sergei Skripal is improving rapidly and is no longer in critical condition, a British health official said Friday, a month after he and his daughter were poisoned with a rare nerve agent that triggered a diplomatic crisis between Russia…
By Eric Tucker, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Jonathan Pollard, the former Naval intelligence analyst whose conviction of spying for Israel stoked fierce international passions, has been granted parole and will be released from prison in November after nearly 30 years.
By Justin Scuiletti
A new report published by the New America Foundation claims that NSA surveillance may not be as useful combating terrorism as the government suggests.
Disappearance of CIA contractor Levinson in Iran caused agency shake-up…
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