The wiretapping revelations suggest there could be an "Israeli Edward Snowden" behind the leaks
The Justice Department has indicted five Chinese Army hackers
Ali Reza Asgari quarterbacked the 1983 bombing of the U.S. embassy in Beirut and killed scores of Americans
The stolen NSA files add further complexity to a complicated security relationship
Strategic Affairs Minister Yuval Steinitz vehemently denied reports by Newsweek last week that Israel spies on America
From spies in air ducts to debriefing students on tour, Israel wants to know what the U.S. knows
Die-hard USAID officials undermined a deal that would have freed the American
A mysterious State Department contractor was in the middle of a bizarre and inept scheme to topple the Cuban regime
The White House chief of staff and its top lawyer met with Sen. Feinstein after she said the agency was trying to 'intimidate' the Senate Intelligence committee investigators
Moscow feared "that an interim government might make a move to NATO or might make a move against the Black Sea fleet"
Mike Rogers said Washington should undertake a range of military, police and intelligence assistance
Intruders jimmied open a file cabinet at the Project on Government Oversight, a private organization whose history of investigations includes a critical report on a controversial Pentagon leak investigation.
The spy agency held secret meetings with Saudi air force officers, overseeing the technical details of the kingdom's purchase of East Wind ballistic missiles