Inspector general notes rate as "abnormal."
Even in the Information Age, there are unknown quantities in Brazil.
First Crimea, now Iraq. Why does America's $50 billion intelligence community keep getting taken by surprise?
Edward Snowden might have given international snooping a bad name in America and Europe -- but Aussies love it.
Is the administration blind to the real and tangible harm the NSA surveillance program is doing to America’s credibility?
An American lawyer finds new evidence about one of World War II’s most notorious war crimes, seven decades after D-Day.
Chinese state media thinks so. Meet the country's legions of 'junmi.'
An American solar panel company wondered why Chinese firms kept undercutting their prices. Then the FBI knocked on their door.
Washington is punishing China's cyberspies for the first time. Will Beijing come after U.S. spooks in response?
The White House report on information overload is underwhelming. But it's a start.
Why Washington and Silicon Valley must work together to truly understand the world.
The CIA wants to use fingerprint scanners and GPS devices to make sure Syria's rebels target Assad -- not the West.
Biden to pledge support for Ukraine; Assad still using chems?; Possibly less than 10k in Afg; Dem gubernatorial candidate steps in it; and a bit more.
135 million pieces of junk are orbiting Earth at 18,000 mph -- and U.S. space dominance is in danger of being ripped to shreds.
A former spook tells us why "The Americans" is filled with more intrigue than real espionage.
John Kerry and Washington's decades-long fight over releasing Israel's controversial spy.
Jonathan Pollard is Israel's most notorious spy. So why are Washington and Jerusalem talking about freeing him?
What a murder in Kabul says about Western security there; For real: a picture of hunger in Syria; Dunford to testify; A defense contractor trades secrets with Chinese girlfriend; and a bit more.
John Brennan took over the CIA after years working for Barack Obama. Now he's on the hot seat as lawmakers demand to know whether the CIA spied on Congress.