President Biden signs legislation, forbidding ex-intelligence officers from working with foreign countries or firms for 30 months after retiring. Ex-spies will also have to share details of foreign government work with US agencies for five years.
Five defendants of September 11 attacks, held at US prison in Cuba's Guantanamo Bay, are in talks "over proposed dispositions of the case," their lawyers say; and separately, US invites UN to visit the controversial naval prison.
Russia’s information war did not proceed according to plan, much like its military decapitation strategy.
From Latin America to the Middle East, the US government has a history of turning its back on former allies like Panama’s Manuel Noriega who was toppled from power and jailed in America.
Years after promising that it would stop spying on Americans, the country's intelligence agency is accused of running a secret programme that is undermining the country's democracy.
Several potential causes remain plausible, including use of devices that emit beams of electromagnetic energy, experts say of mysterious illness that has hit some of the 1,000 American officers since 2016.
Cliver Alcala was arrested by the US authorities on drug trafficking charges, which were filed as the Trump administration pressed Venezuelan President Maduro to leave power.
The Biden administration, whether aware or not, is aiding and abetting the reach and influence of Hindu nationalist groups through associated charity organisations.
Being an intelligence chief is not an easy job and occupies that treacherous border between legality and illegality. Here are some spy chiefs that have ended up on the wrong side of that border.
The Soviet failure several decades ago has given rise to a mistaken view of Afghan history that persists today.
Majid Khan told jurors how he was subjected to days of painful abuse in the clandestine CIA facilities known as “black sites,” as interrogators pressed him for information.
"Adversarial intelligence services in countries such as Russia, China, Iran, and Pakistan have been hunting down CIA's sources and in some cases turning them into double agents," says New York Times, citing a "top secret" cable.
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