"This is an initial shot of a well-thought-out, methodical campaign that we will wage against China," said a Trump administration official.
"Even for an exceptional country like us, it is not true as a matter of course that anything that appears to make America better off is the right thing to do," the presidential candidate told Newsweek.
"It makes you wonder whether it's being driven by a domestic political strategy. If so, that's extremely upsetting," Buttigieg told Newsweek.
Mark Swidan of Texas was framed on 'flimsy' meth ring charges, lawyer says
Saturday marks the 12th anniversary of Levinson's disappearance. Private rescue groups say the U.S. government is thwarting efforts to bring him home
The radical approach to turncoats has split the intelligence community. "Don't think I didn't know that people would choke on this," says David Charney, a CIA-connected psychiatrist.
Trump has been wrapped in Mafia connections for decades. Here's how he learned to talk like a don.
"It's important to note the irony of having immigration judges and courts go on furlough when it's caused by a border issue."
The Donald Trump administration has contracted with MVM to conduct classified research for a super-secret unit that coordinates the questioning of key captured terrorist suspects.
Obama outlawed "enhanced interrogations" almost a decade ago. But experts said the Army and FBI had fought reforms.
Both a current and former DHS official cast doubt on how the department came up with the figure while the caravan is still hundreds of miles away from the U.S. border.
A new book names the KGB defector who gave the FBI the Kremlin's dossier on Robert Hanssen, the most dangerous mole in U.S. history.
University of New Haven helps Saudi police college train a 'next generation of security professionals.'
Rand Paul calls on Trump administration to halt sale of U.S. technology firm to Broadcom, which recently moved from Singapore to California.
A "devastating" new intelligence estimate on Afghanistan will give Trump cover to order a complete retreat, analysts fear.
As the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks approaches, family members and former FBI agents say a conspiracy of silence means "we still don't know what happened."
Two Ohio men triggered a viral response with their "I'd Rather Be a Russian Than a Democrat" shirts.
CIA spies are carrying on their work, but many veterans worry secret operations will be damaged—or worse.
How a federal prosecutor, the police and right-wing provocateur James O'Keefe conspired—and failed—to railroad protesters in Washington, D.C.
Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats is staying put—for the time being.
The president's attacks on the U.S. intelligence community have cast CIA and FBI leaders into the unprecedented role of public "truth tellers."