Spies and Intelligence

They were mistakenly sent to a journalist. The government has all kinds of secrets, but only a true conspiracy theorist might suspect that “psycho-electric weapons” are one of them. So it’s odd that MuckRock, a news organization that specializes in filing Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests with state and

Read more »

Newest Stories

Government Accidentally Releases Documents on "Psycho-Electric" Weapons

Britain launched first-ever military-style cyber campaign against ISIS, says spy chief

Canada evacuates diplomats’ families from Cuba, citing mysterious brain injuries

These Ex-Spies Are Harvesting Facebook Photos for a Massive Facial Recognition Database

Russian journalist who wrote about mercenaries’ deaths in Syria is found dead

Russian ex-spy sees link between Skripal and GCHQ officer found dead in 2010

Britain looking to resettle poisoned Russian spy to the United States, says source

Taiwan admits for the first time that Chinese general Liu Liankun was one of its spies

US government publicly admits existence of rogue phone-tapping devices in DC

Dozens of successor groups forming in wake of ISIS defeat, experts warn

Surge in Russian spy activity prompts US agencies to bring back retired officers

Russia retains massive global diplomatic footprint despite recent expulsions

Britain shared “unprecedented” intelligence details to secure expulsions of Russians

Analysis: Will the mass expulsion of diplomats affect Russia’s spy capabilities?

Russian double agent Sergei Skripal wrote to Putin seeking to return, says friend

Report from Holland: Cable-bound interceptions and ‘dragnets’

EU recalls envoy to Moscow over Skripal poisoning, more expulsions may follow

Analysis: Trump has made record use of US Special Forces since becoming president

French consular employee caught smuggling guns to Gaza using diplomatic car

CIA is running informal negotiation channels with North Korea, say sources

Report from Holland: A heated debate over a new intelligence and security act

Analysis: Decoding Britain’s response to the poisoning of Sergei Skripal

Russian spy may have been poisoned by nerve agent smeared on car’s door handle

UK blames Russia, says it will not invoke NATO Article 5 in attack on ex-spy

British intelligence to tighten security protection for Russian defectors

Australia continues to detain whistleblower who revealed espionage behind oil deal

Analysis: All evidence points to professionals behind Skripal poisoning

British intelligence already sees Kremlin behind ex-spy’s poisoning, say sources

US spy agency to help human rights groups monitor North Korea

Argentina’s spy chief allegedly implicated in Brazil money-laundering scandal

Stories With Most Comments

Comments

Register