American companies are getting their secrets stolen like never before, the bureau says....
The U.S. government has been reluctant to pin blame for the massive espionage campaign....
One reason a nuclear deal with Iran just might work: the ring of surveillance surrounding the...
Eleven times in the last year, fiber-optic lines have been snapped—cutting off 911 service in at least one community and leaving investigators scrambling.
U.S. intelligence agencies initially refused to share data with the now-infamously insecure OPM. Then the spies apparently handed over their files anyway.
Infidelity. Sexual fetishes. Drug abuse. Crushing debt. They’re the most intimate secrets of U.S. government workers. And now they’re in the hands of hackers.
It's tough enough to be an undercover spy in the age of the Internet. China's hack of American personnel files just made it much, much harder.