- Review: 'Bridge of Spies' is an absorbing slow burn Updated: Oct-12-15 8:00 pm
Steven Spielberg's "Bridge of Spies," much like its misunderstood litigator, is a film that plays the long game. This complex Cold War drama soaked in shadows, blues, greys and furrowed brows, is a slow burn that challenges the audience to trust where it's going.
- Iran says Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian convicted Updated: Oct-12-15 12:30 pm
TEHRAN, Iran - Jason Rezaian, the Washington Post journalist who has been detained in Iran for more than a year on charges including espionage, has been convicted, according to Iran's judiciary spokesman in a ruling the newspaper blasted Monday as "an outrageous injustice."
- Reports: 2 more Japanese held in China on spy allegations Updated: Oct-12-15 9:09 am
TOKYO - Two more Japanese citizens are being held in China on suspicion of spying, bringing the total number to four, Japanese media reported.
- Argentine government: ex-spy chief went to US in February Updated: Oct-07-15 3:20 pm
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina - The Argentine government says a former spymaster it wants to question in the mysterious death of prosecutor traveled to the United States on an Italian passport.
- Phoenix janitor accused of spying on girls' locker room Updated: Oct-07-15 2:29 pm
PHOENIX - A Phoenix school janitor is facing charges that he tried to watch students change in the girls' locker room.
- Man pleads guilty to corporate espionage; awaits sentencing Updated: Oct-02-15 4:23 pm
CHARLOTTE, North Carolina - A Chinese-American researcher has pleaded guilty to stealing trade secrets from his U.S. employers, but his attorneys are hoping to limit the time he serves in prison.
- Man pleads guilty to corporate espionage, awaits sentencing Updated: Oct-02-15 3:22 pm
CHARLOTTE, North Carolina - A researcher has pleaded guilty to charges that he stole trade secrets from his government and civilian employers, but his attorneys are hoping to limit the time he serves in prison.
- Argentina intensifies effort to get ex-spy chief, blasts US Updated: Sep-30-15 8:44 pm
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina - Argentina on Wednesday intensified efforts to track down a former spy chief who reportedly has taken refuge in Miami, with top government officials saying they plan to summon the American ambassador and accusing U.S. authorities of stonewalling.
- April trial date set for banker accused of spying against US Updated: Sep-30-15 6:13 pm
NEW YORK - A U.S. judge has set an April trial date for a Russian banker charged with conspiring with others in a Cold War-style Russian spy ring.
- Woman receives probation in DuPont economic espionage case Updated: Sep-29-15 7:54 pm
OAKLAND, California - A woman accused with her husband and former DuPont employees of stealing and selling trade secrets to China for a highly coveted whitener has been sentenced to three years of probation.
- Analysis: US-China agreement on cybertheft a first step Updated: Sep-26-15 8:49 am
WASHINGTON - China's pledge to help crack down on hackers who steal commercial secrets from the United States, even coming as it did amid a bit of arm-twisting by President Barack Obama, is a big breakthrough that could reduce U.S.-China tensions and end huge losses for American companies.
- Obama, China's Xi agree to curb economic cyberspying Updated: Sep-25-15 4:14 pm
WASHINGTON - Skeptical of Chinese assurances on cyberspying, President Barack Obama on Friday laid out a fresh threat of sanctions for economic espionage emanating from China, even as he and President Xi Jinping pledged their countries would not conduct or support such hacking.
- Couple ordered to pay $10 million for stealing trade secrets Updated: Sep-23-15 1:48 pm
ST. LOUIS - A judge has ordered a former employee of a mid-Missouri tech firm and his wife to pay $10 million for stealing trade secrets and partnering with a Chinese firm to sell knockoff products to unsuspecting buyers, including the U.S. Navy.
- Texas man says wife was arrested in China on spying charges Updated: Sep-22-15 3:12 pm
DALLAS - Chinese authorities have held a Texas businesswoman in custody for six months on allegations that she's a spy who stole state secrets, the woman's husband said Tuesday.
- Stakes high as Obama and Xi confront evolving economic ties Updated: Sep-21-15 12:49 pm
WASHINGTON - The United States and China can't go on this way.
- Iowa officials defend inquiry into cost of spying software Updated: Sep-14-15 11:58 am
IOWA CITY, Iowa - A computer expert with Iowa's executive branch inquired about the cost of Italian-made hacking software used by intelligence and police agencies worldwide to monitor communications, a leaked email shows, but didn't buy the product.