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By Sally Ho, Associated Press
North Korea said Saturday that an Australian student who it detained for a week had spread anti-Pyongyang propaganda and engaged in spying by providing photos and other materials to news outlets with critical views toward the North.
By Kim Tong-Hyung, Associated Press
The New York Times reported Tuesday that Israel was the source of the classified intelligence about the Islamic State group that President Trump allegedly divulged to Russian diplomats. What are the ramifications for relations between the U.S. and Israel if…
By PBS NewsHour
Though allegations of meddling in the political process represent a stunning new flare-up in relations between the two countries, U.S. intelligence agencies for years have been concerned by Russian efforts to infiltrate American society and government.
By Eric Tucker, Associated Press
The rift between the U.S. and Israel over the Iran deal was no secret, but according to The Wall Street Journal, that dispute was fed by high stakes political espionage by both countries and ensnared members of Congress. Adam Entous…
By Associated Press
Donald Trump says he wants a database, watch lists and unspecified other "checks and balances" to track Muslims in the U.S.
By Eric Tucker and David B. Caruso, Associated Press
NEW YORK — Jonathan Pollard was released from prison Friday after 30 years behind bars for spying for Israel, his case a persistent thorn in relations between the two allies. His lawyers began an immediate court challenge to parole conditions…
By Matthew Lee, Eric Tucker, Associated Press
WASHINGTON -- Convicted American spy Jonathan Pollard could be released from federal prison within months.
The FBI is investigating a massive cybersecurity breach at the Office of Personnel Management’s files containing personal information on millions of government employees, including those with high-level security clearances. Jeffrey Brown talks to Dmitri Alperovitch, co-founder and CTO of Crowdstrike,…
By Erica Werner and Ken Dilanian, Associated Press
The National Security Agency lost its authority at midnight to collect Americans' phone records in bulk, after GOP Sen. Rand Paul stood in the way of extending the fiercely contested program in an extraordinary Sunday Senate session.
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