New Pentagon Strategy Warns Of Cyberwar Capabilities

Military planners for the first time advocate using cyberwar techniques to attack and disrupt enemy computer systems.


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Ex-CIA Officer Convicted Of Leaking Secrets To Reporter

Jurors convicted 47-year-old Jeffrey Sterling of giving a New York Times reporter classified details of an operation to sabotage Iran’s nuclear ambitions.


Edward Snowden speaks to supporters in Russia on October 9, 2013. (AFPTV/AFP/Getty Images)

Snowden: I Want To Build Anti-Surveillance Technology

The NSA whistleblower tells computer hackers to work on programs to block government surveillance.


Spiegel Online reports a man aroused the suspicion of Germany's military counter-intelligence agency because of his close contacts to alleged U.S. spies. (Andreas Rentz/Getty Images)

Germans Investigating Second Spy Case Reportedly Involving U.S.

The arrest of a German intelligence employee casts a new shadow over relations between the two countries.


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Report: Chinese Cyberattack Group Compromises National Security Think Tanks

Deep Panda has been reading emails of Iraq and Middle East foreign policy experts, says security group.


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Former Va. Sailor Sentenced For Attempted Espionage

A former sailor has been sentenced to 30 years in prison for attempted espionage.


Rovio becomes the latest tech company to say it is not voluntarily giving information to the government. (Getty Images)

Angry Birds Maker Denies Sharing Info With NSA

Rovio becomes the latest tech company to say it is not voluntarily giving information to the government.


President Obama is expected to announce new restrictions next week. (Getty Images)

Obama Expected To Curb NSA Access To Phone Records

Spying on foreign leaders will also be curtailed.


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Unique Espionage Trial for Former Va. Sailor Begins

A former sailor on trial for attempted espionage claims he gave classified information to what he believed were Russian spies in an attempt to catch them.


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Obama: ‘We Don’t Have A Domestic Spying Program’

President Barack Obama says he is “disappointed” that Russia granted temporary asylum to National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden.