By Tess Owen
Shahram Amiri disappeared in Saudi Arabia in 2009 and reappeared one year later in the United States. He says he was kidnapped; the US says that's false.
By Justin Ling
After more than a decade of friendly cooperation, the Treaty on Open Skies appears to be falling apart, as America is accusing Russia of using the deal between NATO and Warsaw Pact countries to spy.
By Tess Owen
The bodies of suspected informants are often displayed publicly, and some people have reportedly been killed by being dropped into a vat of acid.
When he was attorney general, Holder wasn't a fan of the NSA leaker. Now that he's out of government, he's saying something he could never have said back then.
Three Chinese citizens who worked for telecom titan Huawei, and a fourth who used to, have received letters informing them their permanent resident visas to Canada will be denied.
The Navy charge sheet has details redacted but a naval news organization has identified the suspect as a commander with access to sensitive intelligence who was born in Taiwan.
The campaign manager for the opposition party in the 2012 Mexican election told VICE News that they knew they were being spied on, and believe it continues to this day.
By Tess Owen
The soldier, who is currently serving a 35-year sentence for leaking classified information, obtained documents that show how the US is using profiling to prevent future leaks.
By Tess Owen
South Korean intelligence officials reeled off a list of recent cyber attack attempts by North Korea targeting the country’s transport system, online banking, ministry of defense, and communications of senior officials.
The internal newsletter of CSIS, Canada’s main spy agency, features everything from video games, to parking, to social media — and whether or not CSIS can spy on people world-wide.
"This is not a topic for conversation," the former head of Israel's Atomic Energy Commission told VICE News when asked about Israel's worst-kept secret — its nuclear weapons arsenal.
Here's what we know about Jonathan Pollard, the US intelligence analyst who spent nearly 30 years in jail for handing over top-secret information to Israel. Today he walked free.
Iran's Revolutionary Court has pronounced Jason Rezaian guilty — but the details of the verdict and the evidence against him are still shrouded in secrecy.
Christopher R. Glenn pleaded guilty to crimes he committed while working as a US military contractor in Honduras. But he may never face accusations in that country that he preyed on young girls in his off hours.
Since Sunday's leak, documents reveal that Mexico is by the far the Italian's company biggest client, paying $6.3 million for software that digital rights advocates say are illegal under Mexican law and could harm citizens' privacy.
The former attorney general admitted that the NSA leaks "spurred a necessary debate," and suggested a deal could be struck between the whistleblower and the DOJ.
The incident is the most direct confrontation between the two countries over China's territorial claim, and analysts say the chance of an accidental conflict could increase.
In a "confession," the Palestinian teen said he was recruited by Israel's Mossad after being encouraged to do so by his father and older brother.
By Alex Pashley
The government of Peru lodged an official complaint after it emerged that Peru's military courts had detained two Peruvian naval officers accused of selling information to Chile.
Venezuela’s president announced new limitations and travel restrictions on Americans and said several US citizens had been detained for espionage, including a pilot.