Report: Hard-line judge to hear case of Post reporter detained in Iran

Rezaian has been in Iran's custody for 141 days. (Zoeann Murphy/Post)

The Post’s editor said the treatment of Jason Rezaian “deserves the world’s condemnation.”

    Report: Hard-line judge to hear case of Post reporter detained in Iran

    Report: Hard-line judge to hear case of Post reporter detained in Iran

    The Post’s editor said the treatment of Jason Rezaian “deserves the world’s condemnation.”

    Report: Hard-line judge to hear case of Post reporter detained in Iran

    The Post’s editor said the treatment of Jason Rezaian “deserves the world’s condemnation.”

    Lawyers seeking to exonerate ex-Army officer

    Lawyers seeking to exonerate ex-Army officer

    They say Clint Lorance, who ordered fellow soldiers to shoot two Afghan men, didn’t receive fair trial.

    Visit to Amsterdam ensnares high-value cybercrime target

    Visit to Amsterdam ensnares high-value cybercrime target

    A Dutch court ruled that a Russian man accused of taking part in several high-profile hacking incidents can be extradited to the United States.

    CIA, Mossad killed senior Hezbollah figure in bombing

    CIA, Mossad killed senior Hezbollah figure in bombing

    The U.S. and Israeli spy agencies used a bomb in a spare tire during a 2008 operation to kill Imad Mughniyah in Damascus, former officials said.

    Oops: How a Navy ship ran aground during the 2014 Winter Olympics

    Oops: How a Navy ship ran aground during the 2014 Winter Olympics

    This mishap occurred five days after Opening Ceremonies in Sochi, Russia.

    Army expresses surprise about racism allegations over deleted tweet

    Army expresses surprise about racism allegations over deleted tweet

    The Army has deleted a tweet posted Thursday afternoon referring to “chinks” in the armor of its Special Operations capabilities.

    NSA Secrets

    FILE - This June 6, 213 file photo shows the sign outside the National Security Agency (NSA) campus in Fort Meade, Md. The NSA has broken privacy rules or overstepped its legal authority thousands of times each year since Congress granted the intelligence agency broad new powers in 2008, The Washington Post reports. In one case, telephone calls from Washington were intercepted when the city's area code was confused with the dialing code for Egypt.  (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky, File)

    Revelations and reaction

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    Google says it fought gag orders in WikiLeaks investigation

    Google says it fought gag orders in WikiLeaks investigation

    The tech firm turned over the e-mails of WikiLeaks staffers after receiving search warrants from the U.S.

    Pilot in White House drone crash is intelligence employee

    Pilot in White House drone crash is intelligence employee

    The agency employee was off-duty when he accidentally crashed the small drone on White House grounds.

    U.S. seeks to capi­tal­ize on defeat of Islamic State in Kobane

    U.S. seeks to capi­tal­ize on defeat of Islamic State in Kobane

    The Obama administration hopes the deaths of foreign fighters sends a message to potential new recruits.

    Retired generals: U.S. set up for failure in Iraq and Syria without clear strategy

    Retired generals: U.S. set up for failure in Iraq and Syria without clear strategy

    The U.S. ‘needs to come out from our reactive crouch and take a firm strategic stance in defense of our values,’ said retired Gen. James Mattis.