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PolitiFact: Clinton’s email defense checks out
During NBC’s “Commandr-in-Chief Forum” on Sept. 7, Hillary Clinton said: “Classified material has a header which says ‘top-secret, secret, confidential.’ Nothing, and I will repeat this and this is verified in the report by the Department of Justice, none of the emails sent or received by me had suc...
4 points by Concord Monitor | Secrecy Classified information Hillary Rodham Clinton E-mail Federal Bureau of Investigation United States Department of Justice Espionage Information sensitivity
Does body language really give Trump insight into intelligence operatives' thoughts? Um, no.
"I'm pretty good with the body language," he insists.
58 points by The Washington Post | Security clearance Classified information Espionage Secrecy Need to know National security Central Intelligence Agency Information sensitivity
UK spies murdered runaway tycoon Berezovsky over Prince Philip ‘porn pics’ - Russian intel expert
Russian business tycoon Boris Berezovsky was assassinated by British spies after threatening to hand over scandalous photos of Prince Philip to Moscow, a Russian intelligence expert and author has said. Read Full Article at RT.com
137 points by Russia Today | Vladimir Putin United Kingdom Boris Yeltsin Espionage Russia Alexander Litvinenko Soviet Union Prince Philip Duke of Edinburgh
'Swinging' general kept clearance until story broke
WASHINGTON — The Army waited to suspend the security clearance of a two-star general fired for his role in a sordid sex scandal until a day after revelations of his double life were published in USA TODAY, the Army has acknowledged.         
-1 points by Arizona Republic | Classified information Espionage Adultery Polygraph Affair United States Department of Defense John Edwards extramarital affair Washington D.C.
Republicans ask DOJ to probe illegal leaks of classified Flynn info
House Oversight Chairman Jason Chaffetz has requested that the Department of Justice launch a formal investigation into the possible leak of classified information following the resignation of former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn. Read Full Article at RT.com
-2 points by Russia Today | National security Secrecy United States House Committee on the Judiciary Espionage Classified information Bob Goodlatte Donald Trump United States House Judiciary Task Force on Judicial Impeachment
Russian spy ship lurks off US coast
A Russian spy ship sits 30 miles off the coast of Connecticut, a US defense official told CNN, while an armed Russian warplane recently carried out a "mock attack" against a US ship.
26325 points by CNN | Russia Atlantic Ocean Baltic Sea Europe Mediterranean Sea Black Sea Caspian Sea Espionage
Trump campaign aides were in communication with Russian officials
Stephen FellerFeb. 15 (UPI) -- U.S. intelligence agencies say advisers to President Donald Trump during his campaign for president were in contact with known Russian intelligence agents during the presidential campaign.
-2 points by UPI | Federal Bureau of Investigation Intelligence Central Intelligence Agency Intelligence agency Federal government of the United States President of the United States Espionage Military intelligence
US media reports of Trump links to Russian intelligence ‘laughable, cite no facts’ – Kremlin
Moscow has criticized news reports alleging associates of Donald Trump had numerous contacts with Russian intelligence during the election, with the Kremlin’s spokesman complaining that it’s hard to distinguish fact from fiction in the US media lately. Read Full Article at RT.com
894 points by Russia Today | Intelligence Central Intelligence Agency The New York Times Espionage Military intelligence KGB President of the United States Russia
The seriousness of Michael Flynn's sin
Mike Flynn had to go. The former national security adviser's resignation over reports he had discussed...
211 points by Daily News | Espionage Central Intelligence Agency Military intelligence Classified information United States National Security Council Joint Special Operations Command National security Intelligence
Trump ran a campaign based on intelligence security. That's not how he's governing.
The president reportedly discussed a national security incident in a public room, with phone flashlights lighting the way.
32143 points by The Washington Post | Security National security Mobile phone Classified information Computer security Donald Trump Espionage Palm Beach Florida
Snowden: Report of U.S. return as "gift" disprove Russian spy claims
Daniel UriaFeb. 11 (UPI) -- Whistleblower Edward Snowden said a report that Russia may send him back to the United States as a "gift" proves he did not act as a Russian spy.
18 points by UPI | United States Central Intelligence Agency Espionage United Press International United States House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence Russia U.S. state Walter Cronkite
Former NSA contractor indicted for hoarding classified documents
Stephen FellerFeb. 9 (UPI) -- A former national security contractor was indicted Wednesday by a grand jury on charges he illegally collected thousands of classified documents at his home.
6 points by UPI | Classified information National security Espionage Grand jury Secrecy Indictment Jury Security
New CIA deputy director used to run ‘black site’ torture prisons
The CIA has announced its new deputy director as Gina Haspel, who took part in covert interrogation programs on Al-Qaeda suspects, and even ran a ‘black site’ prison in Thailand that used torture for questionings, the Washington Post reports. Read Full Article at RT.com
424 points by Russia Today | Michael Hayden Barack Obama Central Intelligence Agency Espionage George W. Bush Bill Clinton National Clandestine Service Torture
New CIA deputy criticized over her links to waterboarding
WASHINGTON (AP) - The new deputy director of the CIA is a career spymaster who once ran a CIA prison in Thailand where terror suspects were waterboarded - a harsh interrogation technique President Donald Trump has supported. CIA Director Mike Pompeo announced Thursday that he has selected Gina Haspel to ...
-2 points by The Washington Times | Central Intelligence Agency Enhanced interrogation techniques Espionage Federal government of the United States Torture Director of National Intelligence Waterboarding Defense Intelligence Agency
Trump gently ‘testing waters’ with sanctions relief amid anti-Russia sentiment – Ron Paul
The slight easing of sanctions on Russia’s FSB is a step in the right direction and President Trump can’t be any “bolder” at the moment, while awaiting reaction from the US political establishment, Ron Paul, the veteran US politician, has said. Read Full Article at RT.com
1007 points by Russia Today | Russia President of the United States KGB English-language films 2005 singles Espionage Russian language Federal government of the United States
She blamed DUI on Trump: Craziest crimes of week
A woman allegedly distraught over the election and a man with an air horn make appearances in this week's round-up:         
29 points by Arizona Republic | Arrest Donald Trump English-language films Citizen's arrest American films Doctor Who Espionage Criminal law
She blamed DUI on Trump: Craziest crimes of the week
A woman allegedly distraught over the election and a man with an air horn make appearances in this week's round-up:       
29 points by USA Today | Arrest Donald Trump English-language films Citizen's arrest American films Doctor Who Espionage Criminal law
Army illegally barred Silicon Valley company from proposing software add-on: Judge
A federal judge has accused the Army of acting "arbitrarily and capriciously" and violating the law when it excluded a Silicon Valley firm from proposing its add-on for a battlefield intelligence data processor. Federal Claims Judge Marian Blank Horn issued a written opinion this week after ruling from the bench ...
-2 points by The Washington Times | Law Law of the United States Military intelligence Military Intelligence United States Congress Silicon Valley Espionage
'Swinging' general kept security clearance until story broke
WASHINGTON — The Army waited to suspend the security clearance of a two-star general fired for his role in a sordid sex scandal until a day ...       
-1 points by USA Today | Classified information Espionage Adultery Polygraph Affair United States Department of Defense John Edwards extramarital affair Washington D.C.
ABC Developing Female-Centric ‘Magnum P.I.’ Sequel Series
ABC is looking to bring “Magnum P.I.” back to television. The network is developing a sequel series, based on the original, Variety has confirmed. This time, the show would have a female-centric twist, revolving around Magnum’s daughter. The project, which landed a script plus penalty order, hails from writer John Rogers, who will executive produce with... Read more »
2508 points by Variety | CBS Prequel Eva Longoria Parker Television Pi Desperate Housewives Emmy Award Espionage
Let's not start a new Cold War with Russia
Harlan Ullman, Arnaud de Borchgrave Distinguished Columnist Despite the agreement with Moscow over a Syrian cease-fire and the need for cooperation in the fight against the Islamic State, are we starting a new Cold War?
45 points by UPI | World War II Cold War Soviet Union Russia United States Espionage KGB Eastern Bloc
Snowden ‘uncomfortable’ with film portrayal, calls UK ‘authoritarian’ in new interview
US exile Edward Snowden, the subject of a new Oliver Stone film that premiered at the Toronto Film Festival Friday night, says in a new interview that he was “uncomfortable” with the accuracy of his portrayal. Read Full Article at RT.com
712 points by Russia Today | Hillary Rodham Clinton Barack Obama Democratic National Committee Donald Trump Bill Clinton United States presidential election 2008 Espionage That that is is that that is not is not is that it it is
‘Let him come home:’ Star Trek’s new Spock calls Espionage Act charges against Snowden ‘absurd’
Hollywood heartthrob Zachary Quinto, who plays Star Trek’s new Spock and Edward Snowden in Oliver Stone’s new film, has spoken out in defense of the NSA whistleblower, who is now in exile in Russia, calling the Espionage Act charges against him “absurd.” Read Full Article at RT.com
1421 points by Russia Today | Iraq War 2003 invasion of Iraq Film Espionage Glenn Greenwald Oliver Stone Espionage Act of 1917 Fritz Joubert Duquesne