Former State Department Security Officer Accused of Spying for China
Investigators say the man, Kevin Patrick Mallory, had classified documents and apparently incriminating messages on a device he brought back from Shanghai.
Dagger, but No Cloak: Brazil’s Top Spy Exposes C.I.A. Officer
Brazil’s intelligence chief apparently named the C.I.A. official and described the official’s position in a publicly available agenda of the Brazilian spymaster’s meetings.
A former member of the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board calls for a dormant board to be revived.
U.S. Takes Ex-Leader of Panama Into Custody for Possible Extradition
Ricardo Martinelli was detained by United States marshals, raising the likelihood that he could be sent home to face charges of corruption and illegal spying.
Intelligence Officials Sidestep Senate Questions on Trump and Russia
The national intelligence director and the head of the N.S.A. drew criticism from senators for their reluctance to speak about President Trump’s conduct.
Devin Nunes Is Criticized for Keeping Subpoena Power in Russia Inquiry
Adam B. Schiff of California, the House Intelligence Committee’s top Democrat, said it wasn’t what you expect “when someone says they’re going to recuse themselves or step aside from the investigation.”
After Report on Killings of C.I.A. Sources, China Asserts Right to Defend Itself
A Foreign Ministry spokeswoman would not confirm or deny a New York Times report that more than a dozen C.I.A. informants were killed or imprisoned.
Killing C.I.A. Informants, China Crippled U.S. Spying Operations
At least 18 C.I.A. sources were killed or imprisoned in China between 2010 and 2012, one of the worst intelligence breaches in decades. Investigators still disagree about how it happened.
Pakistan Is Ordered to Suspend Execution of Indian Convicted of Espionage
The International Court of Justice asked the country to delay the execution of Kulbhushan Sudhir Jadhav until it had a chance to rule on a case brought by India.
Comey’s Memos Were a Product of a Culture of Note-Keeping
For law enforcement officials like James B. Comey, who was fired last week as the director of the F.B.I., documenting sensitive conversations is a reflex.