Intelligence Agencies

Donald Trump I'm Releasing Secret JFK Documents Hey CIA, Nervous Much?

Next week could prove to be a seismic event in our nation's history, because Donald Trump just announced he will release document our intelligence …

Donald Trump

Trump offers new 'instructions' to U.S. intelligence agencies

Donald Trump faced a problem last week. The international nuclear agreement with Iran has proven to be effective and stabilizing, but the president, …

United States

J&K terrorists' jilted lovers turn informers, provide vital information to intelligence agencies

Hell hath no fury as a woman scorned, the terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir are fast learning to their dismay. Their jilted girlfriends have found a …

A Turkish family has disappeared in Pakistan, and suspicion turns to intelligence agencies

PESHAWAR, Pakistan — A commotion in the downstairs unit of a house shared by schoolteachers from Turkey woke the neighbors. A Turkish school official and his family were being taken away in the night.<p>Mesut Kacmaz, his wife and two daughters were restrained, blindfolded and hustled into unmarked …

World News

The Daily 202: Foreign intelligence agencies might be using your anti-virus software against you

<b>Analysis</b> Interpretation of the news based on evidence, including data, as well as anticipating how events might unfold based on past events

Politics

Social Media: Big Brother, and his brother, are watching you via data mining

“Tweet, Twitter, twat.” A phrase coined by a newsroom colleague perfectly describing inane social media frenzies. Jokes aside, posting your …

Surveillance

See You Later Kaspersky - It Was Nice Knowing You

Allegations that Kaspersky's well-known end point security software has been used to provide Russian intelligence agencies with access to sensitive …

Kaspersky Lab

IC officials 'links' with terrorists: IHC directs interior secretary for probe

Islamabad - The Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Monday directed the secretary interior to probe the issue of the alleged links of some Intelligence …

Mueller met with author of salacious Trump-Russia dossier

Intelligence agencies have taken parts of the dossier more seriously than has previously been publicly acknowledged<p>Over the summer special counsel Robert Mueller's investigators met with Christopher Steele, the author of the infamous dossier that brought unsubstantiated and salacious information …

Liberal View

German 'James Bond' avoids jail for tax evasion as judge praises his 'great achievement'

A legendary intelligence agent known as “the German James Bond” has been handed a two-year suspended jail sentence after being convicted of tax evasion.<p>Werner Mauss, who is known as “Institution M” and “007” in his native Germany for his work negotiating the release of hostages in the Middle East …

Pope Benedict XVI

Pakistan fuelling Rohingya fire

After a three-year cat-and-mouse game, security forces in Kashmir were finally hot on the trail of Adil Pathan, believed to be the brother of …

Asia

Senators question strategy for halting NKorea's nuke program

WASHINGTON (AP) — A senior State Department official acknowledged Thursday that U.S. intelligence agencies don't believe North Korea will ever pull the plug on its nuclear program, raising concerns among lawmakers over the Trump administration's strategy for bringing a mounting crisis to a peaceful …

North Korea

Why The Russia On Facebook Narrative Is Overblown

After about a year of innuendo-peddling, the mainstream media thought it finally found a shred of evidence that pointed to President Trump colluding …

Conservative View

N Korean nuke program unstoppable: US senators

<b>Several US senators have agreed with the assessment of American intelligence agencies that the United States cannot do much to force North Korea to</b> …

North Korea

CIA Disputes President’s Claims About Russian Interference In The Election

Amid the battle President Donald Trump has going on with the National Football League over protests during the singing of the National Anthem, a new …

Russia

Trump Says Russians Didn’t Help Him Win. His Intelligence Agencies Say Yes They Did.

Lost in the president’s attacks on pro football are his most far-reaching denials yet about Russian involvement in his election<p>WASHINGTON ― Buried beneath the war President Donald Trump has launched against the NFL over protests during the national anthem is a new claim about Russian involvement in …

News (U.S.)

Rebuttal of Reuters' story

I am writing this in response to a story filed by Mr. Asif Shehzad of Reuters, in which he has maliciously attributed some statements to me totally …

Pakistan

Germany tried extreme vetting during the Cold War. It failed to keep Germans safe.

In his calls for extreme vetting of visa applicants and travelers to the United States, President Trump has demanded that we draw lessons from “what is happening all over Europe.” The president appears to be pointing to alleged connections between migrants and acts of terrorism. But the actual …

Soviet Union

Democrats Collude With Moscow Don

Why the intelligence community was so eager to flog Trump-Russia innuendo.<p>By<p>Holman W. Jenkins, Jr.<p>By the standards of a few weeks ago, Democrats Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer now are actively colluding with a guy who actively colluded with Russia to win the White House.<p>OK, Mr. Schumer in …

Donald Trump

Russian collusion? It’s a delusion

Leaks and allegations show intelligence agencies have been politicized: Opposing view<p>Next Tuesday, I will testify before the House Intelligence Committee in its ongoing investigation into whether Donald Trump, his family, campaign or associates colluded with the Russian government to influence the …

News (U.S.)

Why The Russia Story Says More About The Deep State Than Trump

Something happened to the Republican Party between the Bush years and President Obama’s second term: the GOP electorate learned lessons from George …

Conservative View

Europe’s top court must rule on UK spies’ bulk powers, says tribunal

The oversight court for the UK’s intelligence agencies has said Europe’s top court should rule on the legality of powers that give the country’s spies the ability to collect and interrogate various forms of data in bulk (aka mass surveillance).<p>State agencies’ current use of bulk collection has been …

Surveillance

Three more members of Ansaar-ul-Sharia arrest in raids

During different search operations in areas of Quetta and Pashain security officials have arrested three more members of banned outfit …

Terrorism

Facebook found election ad spending likely linked to Russia

Facebook says it found about $100,000 in ad spending connected to fake accounts likely run from Russia that aimed to stir political controversy in …

Robert Mueller

Karachi University student's record to be handed over to Intelligence agencies

Karachi: On the reports of radicalization and involvement of some students in the acts of terrorism, Karachi University authorities have decided to …

Russia-gate’s Evidentiary Void

The New York Times’ unrelenting anti-Russia bias would be almost comical if the possible outcome were not a nuclear conflagration and maybe the end …

Russia

What if the DNC Russian “hack” was really a leak after all? A new report raises questions media and Democrats would rather ignore

A group of intelligence pros and forensic investigators tell The Nation there was no hack— the media ignores it<p>Last week the respected left-liberal magazine The Nation published an explosive article that details in great depth the findings of a new report -- authored in large part by former U.S. …

Security

Revisiting an old Trump question: 'Are we living in Nazi Germany?'

Donald Trump’s criticisms of U.S. intelligence agencies have been provocative for quite a while, but perhaps the lowest point came when Trump …

Donald Trump

Trump Says Was Being ‘Sarcastic’ in Thanking Putin for Embassy Staff Cuts

<b>Bedminster, NJ:</b> President Donald Trump said on Friday he was being sarcastic when he thanked Russian President Vladimir Putin for saving the US money …

Donald Trump

DOJ Announces Crackdown On Leaks As Intelligence Agencies' Calls For Probes Triple

The Justice Department has experienced an "explosion" in the number of referrals, or requests for probes, this year from intelligence agencies over the leak of classified information, prompting the attorney general to consider whether to loosen regulations on when it can subpoena media …

News (U.S.)