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Downfall of DIA Agent Ana Montes


(Photo illustration by Andy Potts)

By Jim Popkin

Ana Montes has been locked up for a decade with some of the most frightening women in America. Once a highly decorated U.S. intelligence analyst with a two-bedroom co-op in Cleveland Park, Montes today lives in a two-bunk cell in the highest-security women’s prison in the


U.S. Prepared to Retaliate for Chinese Hacking

As public evidence mounts that the Chinese military is responsible for stealing massive amounts of U.S. government data and corporate trade secrets, the Obama administration is eyeing fines and other trade actions it may take against Beijing or any other country guilty of cyberespionage.

According to officials familiar with the plans, the White House


The Pentagons New Spy Unit Called the Defense Clandestine Service, DCS

Pentagon establishes Defense Clandestine Service, new espionage unit


The Pentagon is planning to ramp up its spying operations against high-priority targets such as Iran under an intelligence reorganization aimed at expanding on the military’s espionage efforts beyond war zones, a senior defense official said Monday.

The newly


Rosenberg Co-Conspirator Reveals Full Role

Morton Sobell, who was convicted with Julius and Ethel Rosenberg in 1951 in an espionage conspiracy case and finally admitted nearly six decades later that he had been a Soviet spy, now says he helped copy hundreds of pages of secret Air Force documents stolen


Alleged Spies Hidden in Plain Sight

Doris Stanley said she and her husband have lived on Trowbridge Street in Cambridge for about 10 years, and still barely speak to anyone. So when a bubbly blonde came to introduce herself early last week as the new neighbor moving in next door, Stanley was delighted.

“I kept thinking how nice this is


Israeli Espionage Case Dropped by U.S.

A case that began four years ago with the tantalizing and volatile premise that officials of a major pro-Israel lobbying organization were illegally trafficking in sensitive national security information collapsed on Friday as prosecutors asked that all charges be withdrawn.

From the beginning, the case against the lobbyists for the More…

Israeli Spy Elephant in the Room

Ask a counterintelligence officer in the US government and they’ll tell you that Israel is not a friend to the United States.

This is because Israel runs one of the most aggressive and damaging espionage networks targeting the US. The fact of Israeli penetration into the country is not a subject discussed in


North Korean Woman Arrested for Spying

A North Korean woman accused of obtaining state secrets from South Korean military officers for sexual favors appeared in court on Wednesday in handcuffs and wearing a baseball hat and surgical mask.

north Korean Spy

Won Jeong-hwa, 34, arrested last month on suspicion of posing as a defector and spying for North Korea, could


Engineer Caught Stealing Technology

A Chinese-born US engineer convicted of conspiring to smuggle sensitive technology about US Navy submarines to China was on Monday jailed for 24 years, justice officials said.Chi Mak, who worked for a US company with several Navy contracts, was convicted last May of trying to export intelligence about silent submarines in


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