A man convicted of carrying out one of the most damaging data breaches in the CIA’s history — the public disclosure of secret hacking tools — was sentenced to 40 years in federal prison Thursday, prosecutors said.
A woman who lost tens of thousands of dollars in an apparent online romance scam began to be harassed by scammers posing as federal law enforcement after NBC10 Boston began looking into her case — and she says there is still no sign of her lost life savings.
What “Alice” thought was a budding romance turned into a months-long nightmare, when she lost her life savings and was threatened with criminal charges by scammers posing as federal law enforcement.
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While revealing new details about one of the most famed CIA operations of all times — the spiriting out of six American diplomats who escaped the 1979 U.S. Embassy seizure in Iran — the intelligence agency for the first time has acknowledged something else as well.
9/11 defendant ruled unfit for trial after military medical panel finds CIA torture left him psychotic
A military judge at Guantanamo Bay has ruled one of the 9/11 defendants too mentally ill to stand trial.
A CIA officer trainee has been convicted in Virginia of attacking a female colleague with a scarf and kissing her inside a stairwell at the agency’s headquarters in Langley.
The CIA Officers Memorial Foundation provides college tuition and other expenses to children of fallen officers.