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Case of Former N.S.A. Contractor Escalates as Espionage Act Charges Loom

Case of Former N.S.A. Contractor Escalates as Espionage Act Charges Loom

Harold T. Martin III’s house in Glen Burnie, Md. A new filing said prosecutors planned to charge Mr. Martin with committing felonies.
Private Security Group Says Russia Was Behind John Podesta’s Email Hack

Private Security Group Says Russia Was Behind John Podesta’s Email Hack

Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman, John Podesta, reading briefing papers on board the Clinton campaign plane last month.
India to Expel Officer From Pakistani Mission, Calling Him a Spy

India to Expel Officer From Pakistani Mission, Calling Him a Spy

Pakistan’s diplomatic mission in New Delhi. The police said an officer who worked in the mission’s visa section used the position to recruit Indian citizens to spy for Pakistan.
South Korean Leader, Amid Scandal, Approves Intelligence Pact With Japan

South Korean Leader, Amid Scandal, Approves Intelligence Pact With Japan

Protesters rallying against the intelligence pact, formally the General Security of Military Information Agreement, in Seoul, South Korea, on Tuesday.
Foes of Russia Say Child Pornography Is Planted to Ruin Them

Foes of Russia Say Child Pornography Is Planted to Ruin Them

Vladimir K. Bukovsky in his study at his home in Cambridge, England. Mr. Bukovsky was visited by police officers who had “received information about forbidden images” in his possession, he said.
Trump, Mocking Claim That Russia Hacked Election, at Odds with G.O.P.

Trump, Mocking Claim That Russia Hacked Election, at Odds with G.O.P.

Donald J. Trump walked onto the stage at a rally in Grand Rapids, Mich., on Friday.
Trump Links C.I.A. Reports on Russia to Democrats’ Shame Over Election

Trump Links C.I.A. Reports on Russia to Democrats’ Shame Over Election

President-elect Donald J. Trump during a “thank you” rally on Friday in Grand Rapids, Mich.
What Is the President’s Daily Brief?

What Is the President’s Daily Brief?

President-elect Donald J. Trump at the Army-Navy football game on Saturday in Baltimore.
Loath to Meddle in Election, Obama Delayed Blaming Russia for D.N.C. Hack

Loath to Meddle in Election, Obama Delayed Blaming Russia for D.N.C. Hack

The administration deliberated for months whether to blame Russia for a cyberattack because President Obama did not want to be viewed as politicizing intelligence, the White House said on Wednesday.
Editorial: Donald Trump’s Denial About Russia
Obama Confronts Complexity of Using a Mighty Cyberarsenal Against Russia

Obama Confronts Complexity of Using a Mighty Cyberarsenal Against Russia

President Obama speaking on Friday about Russian hacking during the election.
Op-Ed Columnist: Donald Trump: The Russian Poodle

Op-Ed Columnist: Donald Trump: The Russian Poodle

Russian hackers infiltrated the Democratic National Committee headquarters in Washington last year.
House Report, Evidence Redacted, Ties Snowden to Russian Agencies

House Report, Evidence Redacted, Ties Snowden to Russian Agencies

Edward J. Snowden on a video link from Russia at a Council of Europe meeting last year.
How Russia Recruited Elite Hackers for Its Cyberwar

How Russia Recruited Elite Hackers for Its Cyberwar

An internet security firm in Moscow. While much about Russia’s cyberwarfare program is shrouded in secrecy, details of the government’s effort to recruit programmers in the months before the American
How Russia Recruited Elite Hackers for Its Cyberwar

How Russia Recruited Elite Hackers for Its Cyberwar

An internet security firm in Moscow. While much about Russia’s cyberwarfare program is shrouded in secrecy, details of the government’s effort to recruit programmers in the months before the American
How Russia Recruited Elite Hackers for Its Cyberwar

How Russia Recruited Elite Hackers for Its Cyberwar

An internet security firm in Moscow. While much about Russia’s cyberwarfare program is shrouded in secrecy, details of the government’s effort to recruit programmers in the months before the American
Spies vs. Spies: A Cold War Regularity That Never Quite Cooled

Spies vs. Spies: A Cold War Regularity That Never Quite Cooled

Ryan C. Fogle was asked to leave Russia in 2013 after he was caught carrying two wigs, $130,000 in cash and a recruitment letter offering “up to $1 million a year for long-term cooperation.”
Spies vs. Spies: A Cold War Regularity That Never Quite Cooled

Spies vs. Spies: A Cold War Regularity That Never Quite Cooled

Ryan C. Fogle was asked to leave Russia in 2013 after he was caught carrying two wigs, $130,000 in cash and a recruitment letter offering “up to $1 million a year for long-term cooperation.”
Vladimir Putin Won’t Expel U.S. Diplomats as Russian Foreign Minister Urged

Vladimir Putin Won’t Expel U.S. Diplomats as Russian Foreign Minister Urged

In a head-spinning turn, Mr. Putin decided against actions recommended just hours earlier by Sergey V. Lavrov in response to American sanctions and expulsions.