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.
Sweden Accuses Man of Spying on Tibetan Refugees for China
According to an indictment, the man presented himself as sympathetic to Tibetan independence, but gathered dissidents’ details to pass to Chinese officials.
Attack on Skripals Shows Russia Is ‘Reckless,’ U.K. Says
An intelligence official made the rare public comment just before a monitoring group confirmed that a military-grade nerve agent had been used.
Aide Ousted From White House Re-emerges at Justice Dept.
A former National Security Council official has accepted a new post as the national security adviser to Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
In This True-Life Spy Story, It’s America vs. Russia, the Early Years
“In the Enemy’s House,” by Howard Blum, details how the Americans uncovered a major Cold War espionage ring.
‘Unsatisfactory’: Britain and Russia Trade Charges in Poisoning Case
The Russian Embassy sought a meeting with Britain’s foreign secretary, Boris Johnson, as both countries blasted the other’s actions in the case of the poisoning of a former spy and his daughter.
Turkish Secret Agents Seized 80 People in 18 Countries, Official Says
The assertion by a Turkish government official suggested clandestine arrests like the C.I.A. renditions after the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks.
I Spy at New York’s Museum of Deception
Spies and espionage are having a great run. What kind of spy would you make? Spyscape, a new museum in Midtown, will test your skills.
Trump Fund-Raiser Files Hacking Lawsuit Against Qatar
Leaked emails suggest that Elliott Broidy promised foreign leaders access to the Trump administration. His suit accuses Qatar of being behind the leak.
F.C.C. Joins Push to Limit China’s Telecom Reach
A new proposal would prohibit carriers from using money from a federal fund to buy gear from companies deemed national security risks.