Their entire lives, Alex and Tim Foley thought their mom and dad were typical, boring American parents. Then the FBI showed up.
David Vincenzetti says his company, which sells spyware to world’s law enforcement and intelligence agencies, is helping to thwart terrorism. Others say it’s a danger to citizens, dissidents, and journalists alike.
In 2006, Alexander Litvinenko, a former Russian spy working for British intelligence, was poisoned. As he lay dying, he worked with detectives to find his killer.
Who was Ashraf Marwan working for when he fell to his death from the balcony of a London flat?
He was one of Israel’s greatest spies. Then he brought his own country to the brink of war.
You can have a PhD from Yale. You can be a rising star in the State Department. And you can still find yourself being investigated by the FBI for espionage.
NSA-grade spyware is up for sale, and the world’s worst dictatorships are buying.
The N.S.A. claims it needs access to all our phone records. But is that the best way to catch a terrorist?
The case against Jonathan Pollard, an American who spied for Israel.