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'Shane Harris The Washington Post' - 12 News Result(s)

  • Former CIA Officer Pleads Guilty To Conspiring To Spy On China's Behalf

    Former CIA Officer Pleads Guilty To Conspiring To Spy On China's Behalf

    A former CIA case officer long suspected in the intelligence community of being a devastating mole for the Chinese government admitted Wednesday he conspired to commit espionage in that country. But no evidence was produced that Jerry Chun Shing Lee shared any information.

  • "WikiLeaks Not My Thing": Trump, Once A Supporter, After Assange Arrest

    "WikiLeaks Not My Thing": Trump, Once A Supporter, After Assange Arrest

    Years before his Justice Department charged WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange with conspiracy, Donald Trump praised the website for disclosing damaging information about his political opponents and encouraged his millions of supporters to read the organization's latest document dumps.

  • US Man Detained In Russia Tried To Steal $10,000, Bounced $6,000 Cheques

    US Man Detained In Russia Tried To Steal $10,000, Bounced $6,000 Cheques

    The Marine Corps found Paul Whelan, the American citizen detained by Russia on espionage charges, guilty of attempting to steal more than $10,000 worth of currency from the U.S. government while deployed to Iraq in 2006 and bouncing nearly $6,000 worth of checks around the same time, according to records obtained by The Washington Post.

  • US Says Audio Recording Does Not Link Saudi Prince To Khashoggi's Murder

    US Says Audio Recording Does Not Link Saudi Prince To Khashoggi's Murder

    A member of the Saudi team that killed Washington Post contributing columnist Jamal Khashoggi made a phone call shortly after the journalist's death, giving instructions to someone in Saudi Arabia to "tell your boss" that the assassination had been carried out, according to people familiar with the call.

  • CIA Chief Hears "Compelling" Audio That 'Captured' Khashoggi's Murder

    CIA Chief Hears "Compelling" Audio That 'Captured' Khashoggi's Murder

    CIA Director Gina Haspel listened to audio purportedly capturing the interrogation and killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, giving a key member of President Donald Trump's Cabinet access to the evidence used by Turkey to accuse Saudi Arabia of premeditated murder.

  • Saudi Claims That Journalist Died In A "Brawl" Draw Immediate Skepticism

    Saudi Claims That Journalist Died In A "Brawl" Draw Immediate Skepticism

    Claims by the government of Saudi Arabia that Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi died in a physical altercation inside the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul drew immediate skepticism and contradicted earlier dueling accounts from Saudi and Turkish officials.

  • Saudi Prince Had To Know Of The Plot In Journalist Case, Say Experts

    Saudi Prince Had To Know Of The Plot In Journalist Case, Say Experts

    The Trump administration and the Saudi royal family are searching for a mutually agreeable explanation for the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi - one that will avoid implicating Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who is among the president's closest foreign allies, according to analysts and officials in multiple countries.

  • Crown Prince Ordered Op To Lure Khashoggi To Saudi, Detain Him: US Intel

    Crown Prince Ordered Op To Lure Khashoggi To Saudi, Detain Him: US Intel

    The crown prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed bin Salman, ordered an operation to lure Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi back to Saudi Arabia from his home in Virginia and then detain him, according to U.S. intelligence intercepts of Saudi officials discussing the plan.

  • Who Is Stefan A. Halper, The FBI Source Who Assisted The Russia Investigation?

    Who Is Stefan A. Halper, The FBI Source Who Assisted The Russia Investigation?

    Stefan A. Halper, the FBI source who assisted the Russia investigation and is at the center of a standoff between congressional Republicans and the Justice Department, is a well-connected veteran of past GOP administrations who convened senior intelligence officials for seminars at the University of Cambridge in England.

  • US Identifies Suspect In Major Leak Of CIA Hacking Tools

    US Identifies Suspect In Major Leak Of CIA Hacking Tools

    The U.S. government has identified a suspect in the leak last year of a large portion of the CIA's computer hacking arsenal, the cyber-tools the agency had used to conduct espionage operations overseas, according to interviews and public documents.

  • FBI Director Contradicts White House Account On Investigation Of Aide Accused Of Spousal Abuse

    FBI Director Contradicts White House Account On Investigation Of Aide Accused Of Spousal Abuse

    FBI Director Christopher Wray on Tuesday contradicted the White House's account of when the bureau informed officials about the status of a senior aide's security-clearance investigation.

  • Russia Will Try To Disrupt The US 2018 Elections, Intelligence Chiefs Warn

    Russia Will Try To Disrupt The US 2018 Elections, Intelligence Chiefs Warn

    The nation's top intelligence chiefs were united Tuesday in declaring that Russia is continuing efforts to disrupt the U.S. political system and is targeting the 2018 midterm election, following its successful operation to sow discord in the most recent presidential campaign.

'Shane Harris The Washington Post' - 12 News Result(s)

  • Former CIA Officer Pleads Guilty To Conspiring To Spy On China's Behalf

    Former CIA Officer Pleads Guilty To Conspiring To Spy On China's Behalf

    A former CIA case officer long suspected in the intelligence community of being a devastating mole for the Chinese government admitted Wednesday he conspired to commit espionage in that country. But no evidence was produced that Jerry Chun Shing Lee shared any information.

  • "WikiLeaks Not My Thing": Trump, Once A Supporter, After Assange Arrest

    "WikiLeaks Not My Thing": Trump, Once A Supporter, After Assange Arrest

    Years before his Justice Department charged WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange with conspiracy, Donald Trump praised the website for disclosing damaging information about his political opponents and encouraged his millions of supporters to read the organization's latest document dumps.

  • US Man Detained In Russia Tried To Steal $10,000, Bounced $6,000 Cheques

    US Man Detained In Russia Tried To Steal $10,000, Bounced $6,000 Cheques

    The Marine Corps found Paul Whelan, the American citizen detained by Russia on espionage charges, guilty of attempting to steal more than $10,000 worth of currency from the U.S. government while deployed to Iraq in 2006 and bouncing nearly $6,000 worth of checks around the same time, according to records obtained by The Washington Post.

  • US Says Audio Recording Does Not Link Saudi Prince To Khashoggi's Murder

    US Says Audio Recording Does Not Link Saudi Prince To Khashoggi's Murder

    A member of the Saudi team that killed Washington Post contributing columnist Jamal Khashoggi made a phone call shortly after the journalist's death, giving instructions to someone in Saudi Arabia to "tell your boss" that the assassination had been carried out, according to people familiar with the call.

  • CIA Chief Hears "Compelling" Audio That 'Captured' Khashoggi's Murder

    CIA Chief Hears "Compelling" Audio That 'Captured' Khashoggi's Murder

    CIA Director Gina Haspel listened to audio purportedly capturing the interrogation and killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, giving a key member of President Donald Trump's Cabinet access to the evidence used by Turkey to accuse Saudi Arabia of premeditated murder.

  • Saudi Claims That Journalist Died In A "Brawl" Draw Immediate Skepticism

    Saudi Claims That Journalist Died In A "Brawl" Draw Immediate Skepticism

    Claims by the government of Saudi Arabia that Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi died in a physical altercation inside the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul drew immediate skepticism and contradicted earlier dueling accounts from Saudi and Turkish officials.

  • Saudi Prince Had To Know Of The Plot In Journalist Case, Say Experts

    Saudi Prince Had To Know Of The Plot In Journalist Case, Say Experts

    The Trump administration and the Saudi royal family are searching for a mutually agreeable explanation for the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi - one that will avoid implicating Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who is among the president's closest foreign allies, according to analysts and officials in multiple countries.

  • Crown Prince Ordered Op To Lure Khashoggi To Saudi, Detain Him: US Intel

    Crown Prince Ordered Op To Lure Khashoggi To Saudi, Detain Him: US Intel

    The crown prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed bin Salman, ordered an operation to lure Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi back to Saudi Arabia from his home in Virginia and then detain him, according to U.S. intelligence intercepts of Saudi officials discussing the plan.

  • Who Is Stefan A. Halper, The FBI Source Who Assisted The Russia Investigation?

    Who Is Stefan A. Halper, The FBI Source Who Assisted The Russia Investigation?

    Stefan A. Halper, the FBI source who assisted the Russia investigation and is at the center of a standoff between congressional Republicans and the Justice Department, is a well-connected veteran of past GOP administrations who convened senior intelligence officials for seminars at the University of Cambridge in England.

  • US Identifies Suspect In Major Leak Of CIA Hacking Tools

    US Identifies Suspect In Major Leak Of CIA Hacking Tools

    The U.S. government has identified a suspect in the leak last year of a large portion of the CIA's computer hacking arsenal, the cyber-tools the agency had used to conduct espionage operations overseas, according to interviews and public documents.

  • FBI Director Contradicts White House Account On Investigation Of Aide Accused Of Spousal Abuse

    FBI Director Contradicts White House Account On Investigation Of Aide Accused Of Spousal Abuse

    FBI Director Christopher Wray on Tuesday contradicted the White House's account of when the bureau informed officials about the status of a senior aide's security-clearance investigation.

  • Russia Will Try To Disrupt The US 2018 Elections, Intelligence Chiefs Warn

    Russia Will Try To Disrupt The US 2018 Elections, Intelligence Chiefs Warn

    The nation's top intelligence chiefs were united Tuesday in declaring that Russia is continuing efforts to disrupt the U.S. political system and is targeting the 2018 midterm election, following its successful operation to sow discord in the most recent presidential campaign.

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