The director of a new counterintelligence agency says spies from foreign countries are seeking personal information of U.S. government employees.
Sailors from the USS Ross on shore leave in Istanbul were
roughed up, taunted and chased back to their ship in an incident that led to the cancellation of leave for all U.S. forces.
As the tragedy of 9/11 fades, a report warns the U.S. to not get too comfortable.
The downing of Malaysia Airlines flight 17 by the pro-Russian separatists in Ukraine has sparked concern that a long-standing partnership may soon escape Putin\’s control.
National Counterintelligence Executive says the risk of hacking gets stronger every day.
James Clapper, Director of National Intelligence, speaks with WTOP\’s National Security Correspondent J.J. Green.
The difficult search for answers about the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 is compounded by the inability to find either the plane intact or the wreckage.
Director of National Intelligence James Clapper sits down for an exclusive interview with WTOP on the situation in Ukraine.
NSA officials want Americans to understand that the organization doesn\’t have time and doesn\’t care about their personal communications.
The Defense Intelligence Agency\’s ability to survey the world from its top-secret operations center faces a huge challenge when confronting a new phenomenon that\’s not yet fully
WTOP\’s J.J. Green recently was granted an exclusive look at the Defense
Intelligence Agency\’s situation center. In this three-part series, he talks with
DIA Director Michael T. Flynn about the agency\’s global monitoring capabilities,
the threats facing the United States and the future of intelligence efforts.
Department of Defense employees working in the Intelligence community will likely avoid furloughs, an Intelligence official tells WTOP.
As federal law enforcement authorities question the parents of Tamerlan and
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and detain some
of their friends, new information is emerging about a tactic terrorists allegedly
are using to slip into the U.S.
Officials at the National Counterterrorism Center
in D.C. are working around the clock, piecing
together information to fend off future terrorism
A behind-the-scenes look at what inaugural
security is like from the water.
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