Trump Repeats Claim That James Clapper ‘Admitted’ to Campaign Spying. It’s Still Wrong.
James Clapper, the former director of national intelligence, said and has continued to say the exact opposite.
Trump Incorrectly Quotes James Clapper to Falsely Claim F.B.I. Spied on Campaign
President Trump tweeted on Wednesday that Mr. Clapper, the former director of national intelligence, said he “should be happy that the F.B.I. was spying on his campaign.” Mr. Clapper did not say that.
Cleared of Spying for China, She Still Doesn’t Have Her Job Back
Three years ago, Sherry Chen, a hydrologist working for the National Weather Service, had charges against her dropped. A judge says she should be able to return to work.
Sergei Skripal Was Retired, but Still in the Spy Game. Is That Why He Was Poisoned?
Mr. Skripal, a former Russian double agent, met secretly with European intelligence officers in the years before he was poisoned in March.
Tale of North Korean Waitresses Who Fled to South Takes Dark Turn
The waitresses were labeled defectors, but now some say they were taken to South Korea against their will, leaving intelligence officials on the defensive.
Five Top ISIS Officials Captured in U.S.-Iraqi Sting
After an aide to the Islamic State’s leader was captured in Turkey, the C.I.A. and Iraqi intelligence used him to lure other operatives, Iraqi officials say.
Ex-C.I.A. Officer Indicted in Dismantling of U.S. Informant Network in China
Prosecutors said the officer, Jerry Chun Shing Lee, was approached by Chinese intelligence officers and communicated with them for months.
White House Considers Restricting Chinese Researchers Over Espionage Fears
The administration, fearing Chinese technological dominance, is considering tighter restrictions on Chinese researchers in the United States as a trade fight escalates.
A Spy’s Tale: The TV Prankster Who Says He Became a Double Agent
Robert Moore posed as a documentary filmmaker to monitor activists for a K2 Intelligence client. He contends he switched sides. Now he’s being sued. His unusual case offers a peek into a growing industry.
Skripal Attack Used ‘Very Small Amount’ of Liquid Poison, U.K. Says
Environmental scientists are planning a monthslong decontamination process in Salisbury, England, where a Russian former spy and his daughter were poisoned.