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.
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.
He had been tasked with collecting biographical information on possible espionage recruits.
A spokesman for the Norwegian police said the suspect would be held for two weeks to keep him from destroying evidence.
China is responsible for over 90 percent of cyber-enabled economic espionage in the United States, a report reveals.
Zaghari-Ratcliffe was sentenced to prison for five years in September 2016, charged with trying to overthrow the Iranian regime.
Operatives are installing malware that could give them remote control of parts of the country's power network.
"He's going to have to bring his toothbrush to court on Friday," a former U.S. attorney said Tuesday.
"Do you know Russian? Are you an [sic] US citizen with a college degree? Do you have an interest in serving your country?"
Cybersecurity firm FireEye warns groups linked to South China Sea dispute being targeted.
As fingers begin to point at the Kremlin, despite the lack of clear information, Russia says it will cooperate with British authorities.
The president also thanked his security services for keeping Russia's new generation of weapons secret.
Jerry Chun Shing Lee's handwritten notebooks were names, contact details and meeting locations of undercover CIA agents.
The U.S. embassy has said they are worried about the citizen's welfare.