Ex CIA chief Brennan on getting Bin Laden: high doubts, high risk
On the eve of the ninth anniversary of the September 11 attacks, the CIA told President Barack Obama they had the best lead-in years to find the mastermind, Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden.
US Senate confirms Becerra as health secretary, Burns to head CIA
The Senate on Thursday narrowly confirmed Xavier Becerra, California's attorney general, to be US secretary of health, the first Latino to head the department now leading the nation's Covid-19 fight.
US to release report fingering Saudi prince in Khashoggi murder
The US director of national intelligence is expected to release a damning report Friday that fingers Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for the brutal murder and dismemberment of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi in October 2018.
Biden's CIA pick stresses China threat
Veteran US diplomat William Burns, nominated to lead the CIA, pledged Wednesday to keep the agency free of politics and said China would be his main focus if confirmed.
Russian found guilty of passing military secrets to CIA
A Russian citizen who worked on naval ships was found guilty of high treason for passing on military secrets to the CIA, Russia's security services said Friday.
Kremlin says Navalny charges against Putin 'unacceptable'
The Kremlin on Thursday accused opposition leader Alexei Navalny of working with the CIA and making "groundless and unacceptable statements" after he claimed President Vladimir Putin had orchestrated his poisoning.
Iran executes man convicted of spying for CIA, Mossad
Iran on Monday executed a former translator convicted of spying for the US and Israel, including helping...
Who's who in the Ukraine scandal engulfing Trump?
Donald Trump survived the two-year Russia election meddling probe intact, but the revelation that he asked Ukraine to dig up dirt on potential 2020 election campaign rival Joe Biden has now exploded into a scandal threatening his presidency.
US newspaper sparks controversy by publishing details on whistleblower
Protecting a potentially vulnerable whistleblower versus the public's need to know: a US newspaper's publication of information on the man whose complaint led to an impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump has sparked controversy and debate.