Sen. Richard Burr, head of the US Senate Intelligence Committee, with access to some of the most highly classified information, warned that Russia is interfering in the French election just one month away.
The NSA's ability to collect mass amounts of phone data might be coming to end as a bill on the topic moves through Congress. A former CIA head says it's a necessary check against abuse, but one journalist thinks the agency has moved beyond the program altogether.
The Secretaría de Inteligencia allegedly got its start helping Nazis move to Argentina. It's now a powerful spy agency that the president of Argentina is blaming for the recent murder of a prosecutor, and is trying to disband.
Modern war isn't always fought on a physical battlefield, and the US Army is making new moves to try and keep hackers and cyber attacks away from its computers. Yet some of these vital battles are being fought by young men and women who are new to the field themselves.
The conclusions reached by the Senate Intelligence Committee in a new report on so-called harsh interrogation techniques are a damning critique of the Central Intelligence Agency. Not only did the agency torture people, but it did so while lying about it and getting no value from the information it gathered.
Move over, al-Qaeda: The militants of ISIS are becoming a huge concern for counterterrorism officials as they gain battlefield experience and recruit new jihadis from as far away as Europe and the United States.