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The ACLU Says the FBI is Accusing Chinese-American Scientists of Espionage Because of Their Race

The American Civil Liberties Union has joined a lawsuit from a professor that the FBI—as it's done in other cases with Chinese-Americans—wrongly accused of espionage.

Trump's Policy on Terrorism Suspects Looks Like Obama's

A captured Benghazi suspect is reportedly being brought to the U.S., which means he will be tried in a civilian court.

GAO sent its findings to House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C.

Is Your Office Secure? Not Necessarily If You Work at These 4 Agencies

Watchdog finds some agencies have not kept up with standards for addressing facility vulnerabilities.

 CIA Director Mike Pompeo, Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats, and National Security Agency Director Adm. Michael Rogers take their seats on Capitol Hill in May.

Trump's Top Intelligence Officials Confirm Russia Meddled In the U.S. Election

Russia's efforts to influence the US election have been unequivocally confirmed on the record by all top U.S. intelligence officials.

Dunford: Time to Cut the Connections that Link ISIS’ Global Network

With the extremist group on its heels, coalition members must block its paths to Africa, Southeast Asia and elsewhere, the top US officer said.

The Pentagon’s IED-Hunters Have a New Target: Drones

After a decade of ups and downs, JIDO has added the counter-UAV mission.

People pass border wall prototypes as they stand near San Diego on Oct. 19.

The Border-Wall Prototypes Are Up — Now What?

As the administration assesses the projects, both the purpose and effectiveness of a barrier are in question.

CIA Director Mike Pompeo speaks during the Foundation for Defense of Democracies National Security Summit in Washington on Oct. 19.

Washington Resumes Talking About Nuclear War

As the North Korean crisis escalates, the unthinkable has suddenly become discussable.

Eugene Kaspersky, Russian antivirus programs developer and chief executive of Russia's Kaspersky Lab

Kaspersky Says It Intercepted NSA Hacking Tools but Didn't Hand Them Over to Russia

The Russian anti-virus firm released preliminary results of an investigation into how and when it lifted NSA malware from a personal computer.