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The two-star Army general resigned in 1978 after publicly criticizing President Jimmy Carter’s defense policy and later ran anti-communist groups that supplied weapons to the Nicaraguan contras.

American capital may be flowing to Chinese companies developing artificial intelligence, semiconductors and other advanced technologies.

Wearing orange jumpsuits and shackles, the husband and wife were told they would remain behind bars pending a detention hearing later this week.

What you need to know about “Havana Syndrome,” the mysterious illness affecting U.S. officials stationed around the world — and whether there’s anything the United States can do about it.

The rise in academic grant fraud cases, and several dismissals, boosts concerns that researchers of Chinese descent are being unfairly targeted.

Shaqaiq Birashk was contacted by a stranger offering to have her picked up and escorted to the airport for evacuation.

He became the agency’s acting general counsel after 9/11, and helped develop a legal framework for its brutal detention and interrogation program.

Several exiled Iranian dissidents have recently disappeared in mysterious circumstances, though an abduction on U.S. soil would have been especially brazen.

He ran agents in both Moscow and Beijing, then led the agency’s clandestine branch in the late 1990s.

Biden has asked intelligence agencies to analyze previously unexamined information about the Wuhan lab that may bolster the suspicions of some former Trump officials.

After her career was stymied, she became a lawyer and led legal fights for whistleblowers and women alleging discrimination.

Attorney General Merrick Garland and Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas told the Senate Appropriations Committee that white supremacist extremists represent the most persistent and lethal threat.

Medical examiner says an autopsy determined Roy Gordon Cole died of gunshot wounds to the “torso and upper extremities.”

The FBI asserted in a statement that the individual exited his vehicle with a weapon.

After 33 years with the spy agency, he published three novels known for their realistic depictions of tradecraft.

The officials faced questions about President Biden’s decision to withdraw troops from Afghanistan and whether al-Qaeda could regroup there.

U.S. spy agencies also found that Iran is “not currently undertaking” key nuclear activities even though Tehran has vowed to dial up uranium enrichment, a potential step toward weaponizing.

The ‘Global Trends’ report by the National Intelligence Council imagines a divided world facing multiple crises.

Last year's $2.3 appropriations bill also mandated a government report on UFOs. Former intelligence director John Ratcliffe said there are "a lot more sightings" to be made public.

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) forced a vote to try to remove Swalwell from the Intelligence Committee over reports a Chinese spy once worked for his campaign.

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