America’s top spies talked to Congress on Thursday. But they had a message for the new commander-in-chief and his insistence that Russia had nothing to do with his election.
We cherish our freedoms? Value our privacy? Sort of. But the polls show we value our safety. So most of us don’t mind being lied to.
The U.S. is calling out Russia for a “dramatic rise” in cyber espionage against America. It’s part of a veiled threat to the Kremlin: We know what you’re doing online.
Good news: the U.S. is getting better at detecting cyber attacks already underway. Bad news: they’re multiplying.
Matthew Todd Miller and Kenneth Bae are free. But why was James Clapper the man chosen to pick them up from Pyongyang?
President Obama's Director of National Intelligence spent his life protecting secrets. Then came the biggest leak of all.
The government still considers its call data to be a state secret, but the Director of National Intelligence says Washington should have acknowledged the surveillance.