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.
It also may launch a ballistic missile in the coming days.
The Tupolev Tu-154 plane was unarmed and is one of over a dozen flights over foreign territory Russia has carried out as part of the same initiative.
Three different U.S. sources say Facebook briefed officials about a Russian surveillance operation on the French president during his 2017 campaign.
The National Air and Space Intelligence Center says Pyongyang's CRBM rockets have a maximum range of 220 miles.
After its most recent test, the country's leadership is likely confident enough to enter into negotiations with the West.
North Korea boasted that the ICBM it launched last week could carry a nuclear warhead.
Pyongyang has one of the world's biggest ground armies.
A New York Times report claimed that Beijing killed at least 12 CIA sources between 2010 and 2012.
An editorial in the North Korean Central News Agency accuses Beijing of "raising tensions."
Pence and Abe agreed that they needed to persuade China to play a larger role in dealing with North Korea.
The greater the difficulty, the more there were strong reasons to suspect Page worked with Russian spies.
For decades, Beijing has principally targeted Chinese-Americans as potential spies. Now it has cast a wider net—creating fear and paranoia at Langley.
Trump may be required to answer questions during the investigation.
Vladimir Putin's spokesman said people should not believe newspaper reports as they could be fake news.
The intelligence agency will send cryptography and cybersecurity puzzles to schoolgirls.
Jan and Victorya Neumann defected, provided information to the CIA and FBI—and were then booted from the government payroll.
Alums of the spy agency—none of them fans of Donald Trump—decried selective leaks and a "rush to judgment" that Moscow engineered Trump's election.