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We Were Tourists, Not Assassins, Novichok Attack Suspects Say

Two men accused by Britain in the nerve agent poisoning of a former spy said they were sports nutritionists with a yen for travel, not Russian intelligence officers.
NYTimes.com

Poisoned Russian Ex-Spy Is Said to Have Worked With Spanish Intelligence

Sergei V. Skripal had been working with intelligence officers in Spain, which is battling Russian organized crime groups, some of them tied to the Kremlin.
NYTimes.com

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Georgia To Use Electronic Voting Machines In Midterms [Video]Georgia To Use Electronic Voting Machines In Midterms

The Senate Intelligence Committee said states should consider switching to paper ballots in March for a more secure election.

Newsy Studio -   01:10

Diners fall ill in same UK city as poison attack [Video]Diners fall ill in same UK city as poison attack

Police officers wearing masks and white suits were seen outside a restaurant in Salisbury on Sunday after the area was cordoned off when two people fell ill while eating. It's the same city where..

Reuters Studio -   01:19

Putin says Skripal suspects 'ordinary citizens' [Video]Putin says Skripal suspects 'ordinary citizens'

Russian President Vladimir Putin says the two men Britain suspects of poisoning Sergei Skripal, a former Russian spy, were ordinary citizens with nothing special about them. Russia knows the real..

Reuters Studio -   01:08

Russia Now Wants To Help The UK Investigate Novichok Attack [Video]Russia Now Wants To Help The UK Investigate Novichok Attack

Russia is asking the U.K. for case information in order to find out whether the two suspects are actually Russian citizens.

Newsy Studio -   01:09

UK, Allies Stand Firm on Novichok Case [Video]UK, Allies Stand Firm on Novichok Case

Russia says it won't investigate two suspects linked to a nerve agent poisoning in the U.K.

Newsy Studio -   01:19

Haley slams Russia over Salisbury attacks [Video]Haley slams Russia over Salisbury attacks

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley slammed Moscow on Thursday and joined France, Germany and Canada in supporting Britain's assessment that Russian officers were behind a nerve agent..

Reuters Studio -   01:52

 

British Government Names 2 Russian Men Charged In Nerve Agent Attack

The British government has named and issued photographs of two men it says are Russian military intelligence officers who carried out a nerve agent attack in England.
NPR

Democratic National Committee Reports Attempt to Hack Voter Database

The Democratic National Committee, which was hacked by Russian intelligence officers during the 2016 presidential campaign, has contacted the FBI after an unsuccessful attempt to access a voter..
Wall Street Journal

Dozens of former intelligence officers slam Trump

US president is accused of seeking to stifle criticism by revoking security clearances
FT.com

The CIA falsely believed it was 'invincible' in China — here's how its spies were reportedly discovered in one of the biggest blows to the agency

the cia falsely believed it was 'invincible' in china — here's how its spies were reportedly discovered in one of the biggest blows to the agency
· *The CIA reportedly used a "f----d up" communication system between its spies and handlers in China, according to officials cited in a Foreign Policy report.* · *The vulnerability led to the..
Business Insider

Suspected Russian spy worked in US embassy in Moscow for a decade, reports say

A suspected Russian spy who worked at the U.S. embassy in Moscow for a decade was reportedly discovered by counter-intelligence officers and quietly dismissed last year.
FOXNews.com

Leaked chats show alleged Russian spy seeking hacking tools

MOSCOW (AP) — The leak of an alleged Russian hacker's conversations with a security researcher shows how the glare of publicity is beginning to reveal more about the shadowy group of 12 Russian spies..
SeattlePI.com Also reported by •SFGate

Sarah Sanders Grilled on Trump Threatening to ‘Punish’ Critics by Revoking Security Clearances

*Sarah Huckabee Sanders* faced a major grill session on Monday after announcing that the White House wants to yank security clearance away from ex-intelligence officers who have spoken critically about..
Mediaite

What new Mueller indictments say about his direction

On Friday, special counsel Robert Mueller’s team indicted 12 Russian military intelligence officers for allegedly hacking into the Democratic National Committee and the Hillary Clinton campaign.
Christian Science Monitor

Former U.S. Ambassador To Russia Opposed to Joint Interference Investigation

A former U.S. ambassador to Russia says President Trump needs to denounce a deal suggested by Russian President Putin in Helsinki, which would allow Russian intelligence officers to interrogate U.S...
NPR

Putin and Trump: Enemies, allies or competitors? – Nordea Markets

Tatiana Evdokimova, Research Analyst at Nordea Markets, notes that during the press conference of latest meet, *Trump and Putin exchanged quite a number of warm remarks, promising to unfreeze..
FXstreet.com

Sen. John Cornyn: Russian Meddling Did Not Change Outcome of 2016 Election: ‘It Would Be Like Spitting into a Raging Ocean’

Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) told CBS’s “Face the Nation” on Sunday that last week’s indictments of 12 Russian intelligence officers for hacking the computers of the Democratic National Committee..
CNSNews.com

Putin Waves Off Reading Mueller Indictment on Fox News

The indictment of 12 Russian military intelligence officers accused of an U.S. election-year cyberattack was rejected by Russian President Vladimir Putin during a contentious Fox News interview Monday.
Newsmax

Putin: Mueller Can ‘Be Present’ While Russian Officials Question Intelligence Officers Charged with Hacking DNC Computers

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday offered to allow Special Counsel Robert Mueller and U.S. investigators to travel to Russia to witness the questioning of the 12 Russian intelligence officers..
CNSNews.com

How the woman who identified Hitler's dental remains ended up in prison

Berlin’s ruins still smoldered as three Soviet military intelligence officers questioned a tall, lithe blonde in 1945. A Red Army lieutenant, the group’s translator, opened the burgundy satin cover..
FOXNews.com

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