Bruce Alexander, president of Security One Solutions, talks to WTOP National Security correspondent J.J. Green on why the New Zealand terror attack is troubling to security experts.
Masked gunmen barged onto a bus in northern Mexico, carrying a list of names. They left without firing a single shot, taking at least 19 passengers with them as they sped away from the scene. And so far, they seem to have vanished without a trace.
Criminal hackers working on behalf of the Russian government are the fastest — by far — among all nation-state actors at breaking into computer networks and reaching other connected systems, a new threat report has found.
In an exclusive interview with WTOP, the attorney for Russian gun-rights enthusiast Maria Butina says she could be released from prison as early as mid-April.
What’s ISIS’s message now that it has lost all of the territory it once held in Syria and Iraq? On this week’s edition of The Hunt with WTOP national security correspondent J.J. Green, an American University professor says the group is trying to modify its messaging.
India has called on the United States to investigate Pakistan’s alleged use of American-made F-16 jets during an aerial engagement last month that brought the two nuclear armed neighbors to the brink of conflict.
Satellite images suggest that North Korea could be preparing to launch a missile or space rocket in the near future, analysts said Friday, signaling a potential blow to US-North Korea relations.
“We get to defend the hopes and dreams of 330 million Americans every single day. That is a huge reason to crawl out of bed every morning and come to work.” Defense Intelligence Agency Director Lt. Gen. Robert Ashley spoke with WTOP National Security Correspondent J.J. Green.
Is Hamza bin Laden, son of Osama bin Laden, being groomed to take over al-Qaida? This week’s edition of “The Hunt with WTOP National Security Correspondent J.J. Green” takes a look.
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Former Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning says a judge rejected her effort to quash a grand jury subpoena to testify in an apparent investigation of Wikileaks.
The National Security Agency has stopped using a surveillance program in recent months that relied on bulk data collected from US domestic phone records.
Baghdad declared victory against ISIS just over a year ago, claiming the group had been reduced to a handful of lawless troops. Now, the militants are waging a fresh guerrilla campaign from their base in far-flung territories of northern Iraq.
Officials familiar with the talks describe a North Korean delegation that came into the summit fully expecting they would leave with a deal. Instead, Kim and his team left Hanoi bewildered.
It was clear early on that no deal would come out of the two leaders’ summit in Hanoi, WTOP National Security Correspondent J.J. Green writes. One expert on the region is “surprised and disappointed,” while another tells Green there could be a silver lining.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.