Julie Tate
Staff Writer

Julie Tate has worked as a researcher at the Washington Post since 2002. She specializes in national security, intelligence and defense issues.

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Non-targets far outnumber targets in NSA data collection

Non-targets far outnumber targets in NSA data collection

Files provided by Edward Snowden show the extent ordinary Web users get caught in the net of surveillance.

From ‘torturer in chief’ to a life in U.S.

From ‘torturer in chief’ to a life in U.S.

An Afghan spy chief, whom the Taliban tried at least twice to kill, has surfaced after years of being off the radar.

Inside the FBI’s secret relationship with JSOC

Inside the FBI’s secret relationship with JSOC

Little-known alliance allowed bureau agents to participate in hundreds of raids in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Police: Secret Service agent caused March 7 crash

Police: Secret Service agent caused March 7 crash

A state trooper administered a field sobriety test after detecting a “slight odor” of alcohol on the driver’s breath.