- Diplomat appointed to head UK eavesdropping agency Updated: Apr-15-14 11:17 am
- Military leaders, spies in Tampa for convention Updated: Apr-15-14 3:05 am
- Air Force launches spy satellite from Florida Updated: Apr-10-14 1:57 pm
- Air Force intelligence center to get new head Updated: Apr-05-14 9:37 am
- Prospect of spy release latest twist in legal saga Updated: Apr-05-14 4:54 am
- US appeals ruling to let lawyers see secret files Updated: Mar-31-14 9:02 pm
- Ex-President Carter fears US monitoring Updated: Mar-24-14 6:01 pm
- Judge extends order blocking data destruction Updated: Mar-20-14 1:26 am
- Report: Pentagon must focus on insider threat Updated: Mar-18-14 7:39 pm
- Man accused in Iowa of murder may go to Minnesota Updated: Mar-18-14 6:22 pm
LONDON - A diplomat who has advised the British government on counterterrorism has been appointed head of the electronic spy agency GCHQ.
TAMPA, Florida - Some of the nation's top spies and military leaders, along with about 4,000 others in the defense, intelligence and homeland security communities, are descending on Tampa for a symposium being billed by organizers as the largest intelligence event in the U.S.
CAPE CANAVERAL, Florida - The Air Force has launched a new spy satellite.
DAYTON, Ohio - A new commander will take over a national military intelligence agency headquartered at an Air Force base in southwest Ohio later this year.
WASHINGTON - The arrest of Jonathan Pollard nearly 30 years ago set off an emotional legal saga that has confronted American presidents and Israeli prime ministers, wound through the courts and divided those who say the convicted spy has paid his debt to society and those who contend the damage he caused was incalculable.
CHICAGO - A decision by a trial judge in Chicago to grant lawyers for a terrorism suspect unprecedented access to secret intelligence-court records would be a "sea change" in how such sensitive documents are handled and could end up jeopardizing national security, U.S. government attorneys argue in a hard-hitting appeal filed on Monday.
NEW YORK - Former President Jimmy Carter said Monday that U.S. intelligence monitoring has run out of control since the 9/11 terror attacks, and he now hand-writes and mails sensitive letters to foreign and American leaders because he can't trust his email or telephone to be secure.
SAN FRANCISCO - A federal judge in San Francisco has extended his nationwide order blocking the National Security Agency from destroying telephone surveillance records.
WASHINGTON - Threats to Defense Department personnel and facilities increasingly are coming from trusted insiders, and to defeat them the Pentagon must beef up security from within, according to several reviews triggered by last year's Washington Navy Yard killings.
IOWA CITY, Iowa - A cancer-stricken 73-year-old man charged with strangling his wife in 1997 and dumping her body in a ditch can leave Iowa's custody and live under strict monitoring at his Minnesota home until trial, a judge ruled Tuesday.