James Clapper


Police find two new bombs targeting Cory Booker and James Clapper

At least 12 bombs have been sent out targeting eight people since Monday.
Tess Owen
Internet Insecurity

Teen Who Hacked Ex-CIA Director John Brennan Gets Sentenced to 2 Years of Prison

A judge in London sentenced a British teenager who was part of the hacking group Crackas With Attitude, which targeted prominent US government employees.
Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai
the presidency

Trump's Phoenix speech "downright scary and disturbing," says Clapper

Alex Thompson
The VICE Guide to Right Now

LIVE: Sally Yates Speaks Publicly for First Time About Michael Flynn

The former acting attorney general and the former director of national intelligence, James Clapper, will testify about the ongoing Russia probe at 2:30 PM EST.
VICE Staff

Sally Yates: I warned the White House that Flynn could be “blackmailed by the Russians”

Alex Thompson
The VICE Guide to Right Now

US Officials Say They Have Proof Russia Provided WikiLeaks with Hacked DNC Emails

Intelligence officials confirmed to Reuters that they have conclusive evidence that Russia was responsible for the DNC email leak and got the info to WikiLeaks through a third party.
VICE Staff
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Trump Denies Report That He's Planning to Restructure the CIA

The president-elect took to Twitter Thursday to remind the American public that he is actually "a big fan" of the intelligence community.
Lauren Messman
Russian hacking

US Cyber Command chief says agents could quit in droves if Trump keeps mocking them

Alex Thompson

Defense Fund Launched for Alleged Member of Group That Hacked CIA Director

Justin Liverman allegedly encouraged others to publish the personal information of a US government official, and paid to bomb a target phone with spam.
Joseph Cox
national security

U.S. intelligence officials “dread” Donald Trump’s presidency

Jason Leopold

How the US can retaliate if Kremlin hackers tried to influence the presidential election

US intelligence and private cybersecurity firms say Russia almost certainly hacked the Democratic National Committee and leaked documents, and now the question is whether the US government is going to do something about it.
Benjamin Gilbert

Feds Will (Finally) Mine Social Media for Background Checks

It’s 2016, and only now the US government figures out social media is a thing.
Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai