A former top White House adviser viewed Mr. Sondland, a Trump donor and the ambassador to the European Union, as a risk because he was so unprepared for his job.
John le Carré takes aim at Brexit and Boris Johnson in his new novel, “Agent Running in the Field.”
Amaryllis Fox opens up about espionage, government-issued sex and coming of age in her memoir, “Life Undercover.”
The arrest was the latest in the Trump administration’s aggressive pursuit of government workers who share classified information with journalists.
They are not partisans but stewards of our constitutional democracy.
A Trump adviser met a professor in Rome whose actions figured into the opening of the Russia inquiry in 2016. Now the attorney general is reviewing it.
The attorney general and a veteran prosecutor, John H. Durham, have charted an unusual course that could bolster President Trump’s pet theories about the Russia investigation.
The news, according to two people with knowledge of the attacks, followed a Microsoft report that said hackers had targeted a campaign, U.S. officials and journalists.
A false tale about a cybersecurity firm called CrowdStrike and a Democratic conspiracy to undermine the 2016 election has formed the background of President Trump’s impeachment inquiry.
If President Trump’s hopes of withdrawing from war zones are realized, his government has a duty to protect the many foreigners who have helped U.S. forces there.
President Trump compared the whistle-blower to a spy. The complainant has some legal protections, but there are gaps in the law, too.
Days before filing a whistle-blower complaint, a C.I.A. officer brought a vague version of his accusations to an aide on the House Intelligence Committee.
President Hassan Rouhani campaigned on a promise to fight corruption, but long-running accusations against his brother have undermined him politically.
The whistle-blower, a C.I.A. officer detailed to the White House at one point, first expressed his concerns anonymously to the agency’s top lawyer.
“You know what we used to do in the old days when we were smart with spies and treason, right?” the president asked a room full of American diplomats.
Mr. Maguire became the acting director of national intelligence last month. Almost immediately, a whistle-blower complaint plunged him into crisis.
The German authorities suspect the well-planned killing of a former Chechen separatist in Berlin was carried out by a Russian hit man released from prison for that purpose.
New details have emerged about the intelligence officer who raised alarms about the president’s pressure on Ukraine to open inquiries that could benefit him politically.
The major question is whether President Trump used American foreign policy to try to damage a political rival.
He was expected to receive a harsher sentence. But a federal judge said he had cooperated with investigators.