Chinese officials asked the Trump administration to return scores of Chinese fugitives in the United States during last week’s presidential summit in Florida.
The commander of the Strategic Command voiced concerns this week that terrorists could use drone aircraft to attack U.S. nuclear facilities.
The growing threat of North Korean nuclear-armed long-range missiles will be a central focus of security talks this week between U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese leader Xi Jinping.
Russia has been engaged in wide-ranging information warfare operations aimed at undermining the United States, and the federal government has few defenses against the attacks, information specialists told a Senate hearing last week.
The House intelligence committee will soon receive top-secret documents that investigators expect to reveal whether private communications of members of the president-elect and his transition team were improperly gathered.
Concerned over illicit Chinese acquisition of defense technology, the Pentagon has taken steps to tighten restrictions on employees who travel to China.
The FBI has arrested a State Department official who is charged with concealing extensive contacts with China’s intelligence service.
The terrorist attack in London on March 22 was carried out by an Islamic jihadist who used a rented vehicle in an attack that killed five people and injured dozens more.
Patrick Cronin, a liberal Republican China hand who signed a letter denouncing President Trump during the 2016 presidential campaign, on Friday withdrew from taking a plum position as director of a Pentagon-funded think tank in Hawaii.
Russia is waging a malign information warfare campaign to undermine the United States and its allies, the general in charge of the European Command told Congress on Thursday.