Russian Assassinations a Growing Worry as War Nears Second Year: Sources
U.S. and Ukrainian intelligence sources say Putin could call for more assassinations and asymmetric attacks on the West as war drags on.
Russian Spy Tried to Infiltrate The Hague as an Intern, Here’s His Cover Story
The spy's bizarre and bizarrely elaborate fake life story somehow helped him land a prestigious posting.
Russian Spy Caught in Poland at Ukraine Border, Authorities Say
Polish authorities claim the spy was pretending to be a journalist for cover.
Spies and Starbucks Cards: The Unlikely Link Between Espionage and Food
Intelligence operatives throughout history have a knack of using culinary tastes to their advantage.
A Private Spy Was Caught Using a Hacking Tool to Target Their Crush
Brings back memories of the NSA agents who did the same thing.
How Russian Spies Played the Media
Thomas Rid traces the history of psychological warfare in 'Active Measures.'
Someone Call the Cops on Justin Trudeau's Public Safety Minister Pick
The promotion of former Toronto police chief Bill Blair to the position overseeing Canada’s federal police force and intelligence services signals “concerning priorities” for the Liberals.
Looking for CIA Agents? Try Coffee Shops and Diners
"Restaurants and cafés are in many ways the lifeblood of espionage," a former spy told NPR's The Salt.
I Went to the Opening of a KGB Spy Museum and It Was Kind of Awesome
I, for one, welcome our new ex-Soviet overlords.
The Best Thing on TV This Year Was: 'The Americans'
The series finale of this smart show about undercover Russian spies in the 1980s surpassed all expectations.
The Quest to Pin the 90s Murder of a CIA Agent on the KGB
Twenty-five years ago, an American spy in Georgia was killed, supposedly by a drunken villager. Michael Pullara didn't buy that.
The Jamal Khashoggi Murder Saga Is Just Getting Started
If Saudi Arabia thought it might silence (execute) a critic without much fuss, it was wrong.