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Huawei Might Soon Sue the U.S. Government

Huawei Might Soon Sue the U.S. Government

The Chinese tech giant is reportedly going to claim that the U.S. government is unfairly blocking its ability to trade.
Huawei Might Soon Sue the U.S. Government

Huawei Might Soon Sue the U.S. Government

The Chinese tech giant is reportedly going to claim that the U.S. government is unfairly blocking its ability to trade.
China accuses detained Canadian of stealing state secrets

China accuses detained Canadian of stealing state secrets

Claims against Michael Kovrig follow Canada’s approval of Huawei executive extradition China has accused the detained Canadian citizen Michael Kovrig of stealing state secrets, in the latest
Report: The NSA's Domestic Metadata Collection System Is Not Being Used and May Be Discontinued

Report: The NSA's Domestic Metadata Collection System Is Not Being Used and May Be Discontinued

The National Security Agency has “quietly shut down” the mass surveillance program it implemented after the September 11, 2001 terror attacks to analyze metadata on domestic calls and text messages,
Nikolai Glushkov's daughter appeals for witnesses a year after his murder

Nikolai Glushkov's daughter appeals for witnesses a year after his murder

Exclusive: Natalia Glushkova tells of how her Russian dissident father’s murder was set up to look like suicide The daughter of the murdered Russian exile Nikolai Glushkov has appealed for new
U.S. Warns Germany: Don't Let Huawei Build Your 5G Networks or Else

U.S. Warns Germany: Don't Let Huawei Build Your 5G Networks or Else

The U.S. government has sent a warning to Germany that it may limit what information is handed over via intelligence-sharing agreements if the latter country allows Chinese telecommunications giant
Experts Tie Massage Parlor Mogul To Chinese Government

Experts Tie Massage Parlor Mogul To Chinese Government

Mar-a-Lago hobnobber and massage parlor magnate Cindy Yang’s involvement with Chinese government-linked groups seems like a tantalizing detail in the...
Pompeo Wants Israel ‘Wide-Eyed and Awake to the Threats Posed by China’

Pompeo Wants Israel ‘Wide-Eyed and Awake to the Threats Posed by China’

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo cautioned Israelis about the dangers of doing business with China, ranging from debt colonialism to technology theft and espionage, in an interview with Israeli
China Is Spying On Israel to Steal U.S. Secrets

China Is Spying On Israel to Steal U.S. Secrets

Benjamin Netanyahu ignored the intelligence operations of Beijing and Moscow for too long. Now, the Israeli government is finally paying attention, but it could be too late.
Iranian Cleric Claims Country Hacked Netanyahu Family Phones

Iranian Cleric Claims Country Hacked Netanyahu Family Phones

TEL AVIV - An Iranian ayatollah who is a close ally of Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei claimed that the Islamic Republic has managed to hack the cellphones of Prime Minster Benjamin Netanyahu's "family,"
Rafi Eitan, Spy Who Captured Nazi Adolf Eichmann, Dies

Rafi Eitan, Spy Who Captured Nazi Adolf Eichmann, Dies

Rafi Eitan, one of the lead agents who captured Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann, has died. He was 92.
How the US keeps everyday goods from ending up in enemy weapons

How the US keeps everyday goods from ending up in enemy weapons

“It’s a non-stop conveyor process,” says a former spy. “Searching, buying, stealing new tech stuff from the US."
Microsoft gains control of domains used by Iranian hackers linked to U.S. fugitive

Microsoft gains control of domains used by Iranian hackers linked to U.S. fugitive

A U.S. court has granted Microsoft the authority to seize domain names in order to take down a phishing campaign run by a notorious group of Iranian hackers. In a post on Microsoft’s official blog,
Huawei Says U.S. Government Has a 'Loser's Attitude' Because American Tech Can't Compete

Huawei Says U.S. Government Has a 'Loser's Attitude' Because American Tech Can't Compete

Huawei just reported over $100 billion in annual sales for the first time ever in 2018. And rotating chairman Guo Ping took a victory lap in front of reporters today with some particularly harsh words
Remembering Israel’s Most Celebrated Spy

Remembering Israel’s Most Celebrated Spy

Rafi Eitan was no 007. He was far more cunning.
Saudi Arabia Accused of Hacking Amazon Chief’s Phone

Saudi Arabia Accused of Hacking Amazon Chief’s Phone

WASHINGTON — The investigator hired to look into the release of intimate images of Jeff Bezos said Saturday he has concluded that Saudi Arabian authorities hacked the Amazon chief’s phone to access
Why Mar-a-Lago is vulnerable to foreign espionage, according to ex-spies

Why Mar-a-Lago is vulnerable to foreign espionage, according to ex-spies

“Foreign countries aren't stupid," says an ex-CIA analyst when asked if spies and Trump's Florida club. "They send officials to stay at Trump hotels for a reason."
Here's what happened at Trump's Mar-a-Lago Club on Saturday

Here's what happened at Trump's Mar-a-Lago Club on Saturday

On Thursday's episode of "The News & Why it Matters," Sara Gonzales, Stu Burguiere, Jason Buttrill, and Andrew Heaton discussed Cindy Yang, a former massage parlor owner, and a woman named Yujing
Thumb drive carried by Mar-a-Lago intruder immediately installed files on a PC

Thumb drive carried by Mar-a-Lago intruder immediately installed files on a PC

The already suspicious breach of Secret Service security just got even more fishy.
USB Drive Found on Jailed Mar-a-Lago Party-Crasher Contained Self-Executing Code

USB Drive Found on Jailed Mar-a-Lago Party-Crasher Contained Self-Executing Code

New details are starting to trickle in about the Chinese woman arrested while carrying a suspicious number of electronic devices and trying to get inside President Donald Trump’s private Mar-a-Lago