FBI breaks up Moscow-run spy ring in New York City

A Russian banker in Manhattan is accused of being an agent for the Kremlin’s intelligence service.

    FBI breaks up Moscow-run spy ring in New York City

    A Russian banker in Manhattan is accused of being an agent for the Kremlin’s intelligence service.

    Coast Guard shows video of plane splashing into the Pacific by parachute

    Coast Guard shows video of plane splashing into the Pacific by parachute

    The plane swings nose-down from the parachute, and then then reorients itself so that it lands on its belly on the waves.

    U.S. Embassy in Yemen halts all but emergency services

    U.S. Embassy in Yemen halts all but emergency services

    New security measures come as the CIA carried out a drone strike against al-Qaeda’s affiliate in the country.

    Canada’s troops keep getting into firefights in Iraq, and reaction is mixed

    Canada’s troops keep getting into firefights in Iraq, and reaction is mixed

    Canadian forces have been involved in at least three firefights in two weeks, and are guiding bombs from planes on target with laser guidance.

    Gary Sinise tells off Howard Dean: The ‘American Sniper’ flaps still haven’t ended

    Gary Sinise tells off Howard Dean: The ‘American Sniper’ flaps still haven’t ended

    ‘With all due respect,’ Sinise wrote to Dean, ‘What the hell are you talking about?’

    She forged her path from the South to Brooklyn to D.C.

    She forged her path from the South to Brooklyn to D.C.

    Hearings open Wednesday on the nomination of Loretta Lynch to be the first black female attorney general.

    Pentagon shows off F-35 during flyover of the Pro Bowl. But did anyone notice?

    Pentagon shows off F-35 during flyover of the Pro Bowl. But did anyone notice?

    The F-35 Joint Strike Fighter got a major public showing Sunday night when four of the super stealthy jets streaked over the Pro Bowl in formation.

    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

    The National Security Agency has been forced to respond to unprecedented disclosures about its surveillance programs. Those programs have been assailed as a violation of privacy rights by critics and defended as critical to U.S. national security by intelligence officials. Explore our coverage.

    Chaos in Yemen threatens U.S. counterterrorism policy

    Chaos in Yemen threatens U.S. counterterrorism policy

    The collapse of the government could impede American operations against al-Qaeda in the country.

    Administration and lawmakers clash over Iran policy

    Administration and lawmakers clash over Iran policy

    A bipartisan group of senators want new sanctions legislation on Iran despite White House objections.

    A miniature drone crashes in the middle of a Capitol Hill hearing

    ‘Whoops,’ said a company representative, as those watching laughed.

    Medicine man charged with rape dies in prison before trial

    Medicine man charged with rape dies in prison before trial

    Charles Chipps Sr., who was a nationally known figure, was accused of sexually abusing six girls.