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The widow of one of the world's most famous Russian spies who defected to the U.S. a decade ago talked about his death in an exclusive interview.
'The man who kept the secrets' talks openly about leaving Russia
Counterproliferation experts say Iranian agents' smuggling operations include parties who aren't aware they are doing anything illegal.
Among concerns are the potential for theft by Russian insiders.
There is no harder job in Washington, besides being President, than being Director of National Intelligence
Sources say additional attacks are expected to unfold in primarily New York city and Washington D.C. in the next five to six months
U.S. authorities are changing security procedures as the result of lessons learned from New York and the Pentagon
We are learning more about the man suspected of trying to detonate a car bomb in Times Square.
Former associate says Al Qaida was not respected by peers
Al Qaida has been chomping at the bit to attack Houston, but their lack of capacity has held them back.