In the asymmetric warfare of espionage, playing fair means Moscow wins.
An army of contractors and subcontractors in Eastern Europe is working to supply America’s sprawling — and legally questionable — anti-Islamic State campaign in Syria.
CIA insiders worry reforms pushed by Brennan are languishing in his absence.
Tom Bossert wants spies to team up to focus on cybersecurity and other functional topics.
The FBI and the Department of Justice must not overreact to leaks.
New documents reveal how the CIA attempted to call off the failing coup — only to be salvaged at the last minute by an insubordinate spy.
John Brennan told lawmakers that intelligence revealing communications between American and Russian officials "raised questions" about cooperation for him.
Caroline Krass talked about cyber threats, enhanced interrogation, and future challenges for the new administration.
In his first public speech, Mike Pompeo lambasted the site run by Julian Assange for stealing U.S. secrets and working with Russia.
Or is Russia retaliating for President Donald Trump’s Syria strikes through one of its cyber-proxies?