A group of military veterans are suing to get the CIA to come clean about allegedly implanting remote control devices in their brains.
A Pakistani tribesman is seeking $500 million dollars in compensation from the CIA after his son and brother were killed in America's covert drone war against Al-Qaeda, his lawyer said. Kareem Khan said his house was hit by US missiles on December 31
The WikiLeaks website says it’s under a forceful Internet-based attack, and the site was inaccessible to some users in U.S. and Europe throughout the morning Tuesday. The site, which just distributed a trove of U.S. diplomatic documents, said in a
An Iranian nuclear scientist has been killed and another injured in separate attacks in Tehran today. The scientists were targeted in 2 different locations by men riding motorcycles who attached bombs to their car windows as they drove to work.
A secret history of the United States government’s Nazi-hunting operation concludes that American intelligence officials created a “safe haven” in the United States for Nazis and their collaborators after World War II, and it details decades of clash
Sweden is investigating to see whether the US embassy has committed any crime by carrying out surveillance measures, the prosecutor's office said today in a case similar to one that has blown up in neighbouring Norway. The probe to see if illegal
No charges will be filed against the CIA's former top clandestine officer or anyone else in the destruction of CIA videotapes of harsh interrogations of suspected terrorists, the Justice Department announced Tuesday. Another part of the nearly thr
A senior Pentagon official broke Defense Department rules and “deliberately misled” senior generals when he set up a network of private contractors to spy in Afghanistan and Pakistan beginning last year, according to the results of an internal govern
The annual cost of US intelligence is public for the first time: just over $80 billion for 2010. Figures released by the government yesterday show $27 billion goes to military intelligence and $53.1 billion covers the CIA and some of the country’s ot
Alex discusses the removal of his video, The Obama Deception, from Google’s YouTube. On Thursday, Alex challenged activists to drive the popular documentary up in search engine ranking. Google trends rankings revealed a few hours later that it was th
A judge in New York has ordered 10 defendants who admitted acting as Russian spies deported from the United States in a swap that results in four spies being released by Russia.
Special riot police beefed up security around Moscow's Lefortovo prison Thursday and a gaggle of TV cameras and photographers jostled for the best position as the world braced for what could be largest spy swap since the Cold War.
Iran's state television aired what it said was footage of a missing nuclear scientist on Tuesday, the third video to emerge in weeks giving conflicting accounts of the fate of a man Tehran says was kidnapped by the CIA.