Huawei Was a Czech Favorite. Now? It’s a National Security Threat.
The Czech Republic has taken aggressive steps to limit the use of Huawei in 5G technology, setting off a fight being closely watched across Europe.
Saudi Arabia’s Threadbare Cover-Up of Khashoggi’s Killing Unravels Further
The crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, was overheard threatening to silence the self-exiled Washington Post journalist “with a bullet.”
Year Before Killing, Saudi Prince Told Aide He Would Use ‘a Bullet’ on Jamal Khashoggi
Intercepted communications of Mohammed bin Salman are the most detailed evidence to date that the crown prince considered killing the journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Who’s ‘Wrong!’: Trump or His Security Team?
A reader notes how the president, who challenged intelligence officials’ testimony before Congress, claims to be an expert on a wide range of matters.
An Angry Trump Pushes Back Against His Own ‘Naive’ Intelligence Officials
The president treated the Worldwide Threat Assessment presented the day before as a scorecard on his foreign policy and something close to an affront.
Morton Sobell, Last Defendant in Rosenberg Spy Case, Is Dead at 101
Convicted in the Cold War spy trial that delivered Julius and Ethel Rosenberg to their deaths and divided the nation, he later admitted that he had been a spy.
It’s No Secret That Espionage Is This Collector’s Passion
When governments are crumbling, H. Keith Melton is knocking on the doors of intelligence agencies with cash in hand to buy devices and memorabilia.
On North Korea and Iran, Intelligence Chiefs Contradict Trump
North Korea is unlikely to give up its nuclear stockpiles and Iran is not developing nuclear weapons, an intelligence assessment says, challenging the president’s assertions.
‘Individual Plaintiff’ Brought Case Against Imprisoned Navy Veteran, Iran Says
An Iranian news report deepened the mystery over why the veteran, Michael R. White, was imprisoned in Iran last July. His mother said she feared he has cancer.
U.S. Faces Increasing Threats From Weakening World Order and Isolationism, Intelligence Agencies Warn
Traditional adversaries are likely to take advantage of the weakening international order to increase their influence, according to a new intelligence strategy.