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.
Did Donald Trump Violate His Oath of Office?
He may not have broken the law by releasing classified information to Russia, but he isn’t protecting and defending the Constitution, either.
Donald Trump and the Spilled Secrets
Readers express concern about the president’s release of classified information to Russian officials.
How Trump Hurts the Spying Business
When the administration embraces autocrats or ignores human rights, it hurts the C.I.A.’s ability to recruit good spies.
What We’re Losing in James Comey
He was a man who could stand up to power and tell the truth — and that scared President Trump.
The Manhattan Street (Still) Named After a Soviet Spy
You would think it wouldn’t be hard to get New York to relabel a block named for a disreputable congressman. You’d be wrong.
Former Espionage Suspect Sues, Accusing F.B.I. of Falsifying Evidence
In a lawsuit that is a sharp rejoinder to a crackdown on Chinese spies, a physics professor alleged that an F.B.I. agent ignored repeated warnings that he was innocent.
North Korea Accuses South and U.S. of Plotting to Kill Kim Jong-un
The North said that the South had hired a man to infiltrate the North to kill Mr. Kim. The South’s spy agency denied the accusation.