Sen. Gary Peters (D, Mich.), the ranking Democrat on the Senate Homeland Security Committee, is slow rolling a subpoena for a former State Department official tied to the Christopher Steele dossier, Senate Republicans say.
A former Obama administration intelligence official who worked in both the Departments of State and Defense has guaranteed bail for a human rights lawyer accused of firebombing a police vehicle in New York City.
Acting Director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire denied he threatened to resign over concerns the White House would force him to stonewall Congress, contradicting a much-vaunted Washington Post report that emerged on Wednesday.
South Korea said on Thursday it will scrap an intelligence-sharing pact with Japan, drawing a swift protest from Tokyo and deepening a decades-old row over history that has hit trade and undercut security cooperation over North Korea.
President Donald Trump indirectly targeted China's Huawei Technologies with a presidential order signed last week blocking telecommunications companies linked to foreign adversaries from selling equipment to U.S. firms.
The CIA and other U.S. intelligence agencies have become bastions of political liberals and the pro-Democratic Party views of intelligence personnel have increased under President Donald Trump, according to a journal article by a former CIA analyst.
William Evanina, the country's top counterintelligence official, sounded the alarm on Tuesday about China devoting "ungodly resources" and waging "more aggressive" tactics to conduct espionage against the United States.
The United States’ top spy catcher said Chinese espionage agencies are using fake LinkedIn accounts to try to recruit Americans with access to government and commercial secrets, and the company should shut them down.
Republican Sen. John Neely Kennedy (La.) waded into the debate over whether the Trump administration should strip the security clearances of several top Obama-era intelligence officials by asserting that some of the individuals under consideration had acted like "buttheads" and "political hacks."