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Virginia Hall Was America’s Most Successful Female WWII Spy. But She Was Almost Kept From Serving

Virginia Hall Was America’s Most Successful Female WWII Spy. But She Was Almost Kept From Serving

The one-legged socialite from Baltimore has only been comparatively recently been publicly acknowledged as an unqualified war heroine
Each man a McCarthy – archive, 10 April 1954

Each man a McCarthy – archive, 10 April 1954

10 April 1954: Known communists will be barred from the service and all new officers and enlisted men must sign loyalty questionnairesNew York, April 9 The Army started strengthening its defences
Report: Jeff Bezos Is Meeting With Prosecutors Over Allegations Saudis Hacked His Nudes

Report: Jeff Bezos Is Meeting With Prosecutors Over Allegations Saudis Hacked His Nudes

CNN reports that Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is “scheduled to meet with federal prosecutors in New York as soon as this week” regarding allegations that the National Enquirer tabloid and its parent company,
Manning, Assange, and the Espionage Act

Manning, Assange, and the Espionage Act

The coming week will mark the one-year anniversary of an unusual chapter in the unfolding WikiLeaks saga: the naming of Bradley Manning, a young …
A former NSA attorney explains the US case against Julian Assange

A former NSA attorney explains the US case against Julian Assange

"It is entirely possible that Assange might have information on other matters...and he might at some point decide that he wants to cooperate."
European spies sought lessons from dictators’ brutal ‘Operation Condor’

European spies sought lessons from dictators’ brutal ‘Operation Condor’

CIA files show intelligence services wanted to learn from South America’s 1970s campaign of terror against leftwing subversionBritish, West German and French intelligence agencies sought advice from
Russian court jails Norwegian for 14 years on spying charges

Russian court jails Norwegian for 14 years on spying charges

Former border guard Frode Berg to request pardon from Vladimir PutinA Russian court has jailed a Norwegian man for 14 years after finding him guilty of spying on nuclear submarines, a verdict that
Ecuador Claims It's Been Hit With 40 Million Cyberattacks Since Giving Up Julian Assange

Ecuador Claims It's Been Hit With 40 Million Cyberattacks Since Giving Up Julian Assange

Ecuadorian officials claim the country has suffered some 40 million cyber attacks since it allowed UK police to forcibly remove Wikileaks founder Julian Assange from their embassy in London, according
Mueller’s Bombshells Are About Putin, Not Trump

Mueller’s Bombshells Are About Putin, Not Trump

The special counsel’s report reveals a disorganized government with unclear lines of authority—and not just in Washington.

CIA claims Huawei is funded by Chinese state security

The US has rattled its saber more than once trying to deter countries from using Huawei technology, but it hasn't publicly disclosed much of what it's worried about. You might have a better insight
CIA Allegedly Told Allies That Huawei Is Funded By Chinese State Security, Army

CIA Allegedly Told Allies That Huawei Is Funded By Chinese State Security, Army

The Central Intelligence Agency has accused Chinese tech giant Huawei of accepting funding from the “People’s Liberation Army, China’s National Security Commission and a third branch of the Chinese
Thanos, CBD, and Disembodied Pig Brains: Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week

Thanos, CBD, and Disembodied Pig Brains: Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week

An awful lot happened this week—some of it good, much of it bad, and a bit of it just plain weird. In the good news category, the Hubble Space Telescope turned 29, New York City passed a world-first
Thanos, CBD, and Disembodied Pig Brains: Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week

Thanos, CBD, and Disembodied Pig Brains: Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week

An awful lot happened this week—some of it good, much of it bad, and a bit of it just plain weird. In the good news category, the Hubble Space Telescope turned 29, New York City passed a world-first
Trump repeats unproven claims of GCHQ spying

Trump repeats unproven claims of GCHQ spying

GCHQ says US president’s claim that it spied on his election campaign is ‘utterly ridiculous’Donald Trump has repeated unproven and unverified accusations that British intelligence agencies spied on
Federal Judge Sentences Maria Butina 18 Months in Prison

Federal Judge Sentences Maria Butina 18 Months in Prison

A federal judge on Friday sentenced 30-year-old Russian national and American University graduate student Maria Butina to 18 months in prison after she pleaded guilty in December to one count of
The Manufacturer’s Dilemma

The Manufacturer’s Dilemma

To secure itself, the West needs to figure out where all its gadgets are coming from. Here’s why that’s so difficult.
The Spies Who Came In From the Continent

The Spies Who Came In From the Continent

How Brexit could spell the end of Britain’s famed advantage in intelligence.
The Spycraft Revolution

The Spycraft Revolution

Changes in technology, politics, and business are all transforming espionage. Intelligence agencies must adapt—or risk irrelevance.
The Soviets’ Unbreakable Code

The Soviets’ Unbreakable Code

The hidden history of the Fialka espionage machine.