Putin could sink Trump with leaks of secret Russian loans, collusion in 2016.
CIA spies are carrying on their work, but many veterans worry secret operations will be damaged—or worse.
In the two years since the Trump-Russia scandal exploded into the headlines, few have been the subject of more curiosity and speculation than Felix Sater.
The president's attacks on the U.S. intelligence community have cast CIA and FBI leaders into the unprecedented role of public “truth tellers.”
Speaking to the Senate intelligence committee, Gina Haspel said the agency “never did” harsh interrogations before 9/11. She’s wrong.
A key Obama administration official involved in the Iranian nuclear weapons deal said he may have been the target of a mysterious spy operation.
Gina Haspel’s CIA colleagues praise her discretion, but that trait bedevils her nomination.
Intelligence sources claim pro-Trump GOP candidate Scott Uehlinger was pushed out of the CIA over ethical issues.
Former FBI counterterrorism agent Ali Soufan spoke to Newsweek about Donald Trump’s pick to head the CIA and the new TV series based on Lawrence Wright’s book.
Former CIA officers say black sites and waterboarding are a thing of the past, despite the résumé of Gina Haspel, Donald Trump's new pick to run the agency.
A protege of Michael Flynn, Devin Nunes has long been criticized in Washington for his penchant for alternative facts.
In his new book, "Rise Up and Kill," the legendary journalist Ronen Bergman gets top Israeli officials to confess to moral qualms, foul-ups and mistakes.
Before he ran for president, Trump was judged “more or less normal,” at least by the standards of the eccentric rich. Not anymore.
Forget collusion. U.S. counterspies worry the president has—wittingly or unwittingly—become a Kremlin ‘asset.’
A whistleblower has provided an account of a businessman texting with Trump’s ex–national security adviser about a Middle East nuclear power project.
Mike Pompeo tried to warn Quds Force leader Qassem Soleimani not to threaten “U.S. interests” in the region.
The plot thickens: The mysterious woman who tried to hoodwink The Washington Post also rented a room last summer from a top Democratic Party fundraiser.
Trump's tweet attacking CNN shocked and appalled him, says the former CIA and NSA director.
Two Americans spend another Thanksgiving in Chinese jails under spurious charges.
Former intelligence analysts say CIA director Mike Pompeo seems willing to bend to Trump on Russia and Iran.
Trump calling Bergdahl a “dirty rotten traitor” could lead to his guilty verdict being overturned.
Just as in Watergate, a low-level aide has blown the Russia probe wide open.
The Clinton campaign and DNC helped finance the Steele dossier, but important elements of the document have panned out.
A U.S. Army intel officer returns to Vietnam, chasing the enemy spymaster who beat him, hoping to learn more about why America lost the war.
Key homeland security posts remain unfilled on the anniversary of warning of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
John Kiriakou plowed into a car in Washington, DC. and suffered broken ribs, a fractured clavicle and lumbar spine damage, according to his attorney.
Alarmed by Trump inaction, the leaders of the Senate Intelligence Committee want firmer measures on Russian subversion.
Trump’s threat to nuke North Korea has experts poring over the fine print on presidential authority.
Houston finished third in the Western Conference in the last campaign, but after Monday they could be ready to take on the Warriors.
Former Kabul station chief Greg Vogle leapt on Karzai to shield him from a blast in 2001.