The case against Jonathan Pollard, an American who spied for Israel.
On then-agent, now-congressman Michael Grimm and what happens when an F.B.I. informant turns out to be a con man.
Inside the growth of intelligence contracting.
Ana Montes was a decorated U.S. intelligence analyst. She was also a Cuban spy.
How the CIA used a fake science fiction film to sneak six Americans out of revolutionary Iran. The declassified story that became Ben Affleck’s Argo.
On the potential existence of personalized bioweapons, which could attack a single individual without leaving a trace, and how they might be stopped.
A CIA veteran remembers his Soviet nemesis, Leonid Vladimirovich Shebarshin, who was the chairman of the KGB for a single day during the 1991 coup against Gorbachev, and committed suicide in Moscow in March.
The highest-ranking CIA officer to be convicted of spying passes the tricks of the trade along to his son.
Uncovered letters reveal ties between the literary magazine and the CIA’s Congress for Cultural Freedom.