The spy had attempted to steal proprietary information from GE Aviation, according to the Department of Justice.
Drones made by Chinese firm DJI could be gathering data "that could be exploited by Beijing," according to FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr.
The engineer placed a flash drive containing military secrets in a peanut butter sandwich, which included a typed message to the recipient.
Jonathan Toebbe hid a memory card containing secret data inside a sandwich at a prearranged location, while his wife, Diana Toebbe, kept lookout, the DOJ claims.
"Please forward this letter to your military intelligence agency," his letter read. "I believe this information will be of great value to your nation. This is not a hoax."
The China Initiative was launched in 2018 with the goal of combating economic espionage, trade secret theft and technology threats associated with China.
Rumors about the state security minister's high-profile defection to the United States had been circulating in America's conservative circles for several weeks.
Chinese state security official Dong Jingwei reportedly took part in a Shanghai Pact secretaries meeting on Wednesday, while U.S. government sources told Newsweek that rumors about his alleged defection were untrue.
Rumors about the Chinese intelligence official's alleged defection to the United States began circulating earlier this month.
On Monday, DeSantis positioned his administration against the CCP, which he claimed was being supported by international and federal health organizations, infectious disease experts, media outlets and social media giants.
Trump granted clemency to dozens of people in the final hours of his presidency.
Former U.S. marine Paul Whelan, who was sentenced to 16 years, is being considered for a prisoner swap.
The Netherlands said that the two Russians were seeking information on artificial intelligence, semiconductors, and nanotechnology.
A offensive-oriented cyber warfare strategy is reckless.
Peter Rafael Dzibinski Debbins, 45, is accused of espionage after allegedly sharing military information for years.
A former member of the U.S. Army Special Forces was arrested Friday after allegedly providing military secrets to "self-proclaimed members of Russia's Intelligence Service."
Alexander Yuk Ching Ma—a naturalized U.S. citizen—was arrested last week accused of working for Chinese intelligence for a decade.
The U.K has announced it will ban the Chinese technology giant from the country's 5G network. Washington has said the company poses a security risk.
"If Beijing cannot develop technology on its own, it attempts to steal it from the United States using cyber espionage," read a 2019 letter from U.S. lawmakers.
The U.S. has responded angrily to the conviction of Whelan for receiving classified information and his sentence to 16 years' hard labor.
National Security Advisor Robert O'Brien said China is likely using espionage to try and steal U.S. coronavirus vaccine research, but he declared American scientists would develop it first.
Manning has been imprisoned after her refusal to testify before a grand jury about her connection with WikiLeaks.
Researchers in Iran were given sentences for up to ten years after being arrested on charges of being American spies.
Butina served 18 months in a Florida prison for trying to infiltrate the NRA and build ties with high-ranking U.S. conservatives.
John Yoo, who penned the infamous Bush-era "Torture Memos," suggested that Vindman's Ukrainian background should be cause for concern.
Thomas Massie (R-Ky.) claimed in a tweet Friday that convicted Russian agent Maria Butina was jailed due to "Russophobia" and "filing the wrong paperwork." Butina was released from a low security prison and deported Friday after serving 15 months of an 18 month sentence.
Kim Dong Chul was one of three American citizens released from North Korean prisons and returned to the U.S. in 2018.
Yi-Chi Shih sourced sensitive microchips from an American company whose customers include the U.S. Air Force and DARPA.
"In no way should Huawei be used as a bargaining chip in trade negotiations," U.S. senators Mark Warner and Marco Rubio wrote in a letter, published today.
Assange was too ill to appear via video link for a hearing in U.K. court over extradition to the United States.