The Three Least Surprising Things U.S. Spies Learned About France

One NSA intelligence summary included information reported by the New York Times a week earlier.


WikiLeaks Docs Show NSA Penetrated Highest Levels of French Government

The revelations are likely to cause a political scandal in France.


Out of Uniform and Into the Political Fray

Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn retired and immediately began bashing the administration. Has he crossed a line?


Will the U.S. Go After Mokhtar Belmokhtar’s Network?

The reported killing of the al Qaeda mastermind in Libya has officials in Washington wondering how far to take the fight against America's enemies in North Africa.


‘We Just Publish What We Believe to Be the Position of the British Government’

That's how Tom Harper, the home affairs correspondent for the Sunday Times, describes his latest story about the fallout of the Snowden revelations.

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A Thank You to the Intel Community, Brought to You by Northrop Grumman

Rep. Mike Rogers (R-Mich.) and Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger (D-Md.) thank the intelligence community with chocolate sponsored by Northrop Grumman.


Dusting for Beijing’s Digital Fingerprints

Washington says China is behind the biggest hack of U.S. government servers in history. Proving the case will be much harder.


Congress May Have Passed the Freedom Act, But Mass Surveillance Is Alive and Well

A new report reveals the NSA and the FBI have teamed up to fight hackers.

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