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Russian spies' New Jersey home heading for sale
A New Jersey home that has been vacant since the FBI arrested a family of undercover Russian spies that lived there is heading up for sale
Former spy officials criticize Trump's stance on Russia
Two former top intelligence officials are harshly criticizing President Donald Trump for not standing up to Russia for meddling in the presidential election
A look at the Russian compounds nestled in New York suburb and small Maryland town
In a property on Long Island's Gold Coast sits one of several posh homes hidden from eyes of passers-by. Hundreds of miles away, in Centreville, Maryland, is a 45-acre bucolic retreat, complete with a 33-room house that has a vault for fur and 3,000-bottle wine cellar. Aside from offering what
Russia warns of response if US doesn't reopen its properties
Russia's Foreign Ministry says it will expel U.S. diplomats and shut down some U.S. compounds in Russia if the United States does not reopen two Russian recreational estates in the U.S. that were shut down last year
Trump Jr. emails are latest development in Russia probes
A special counsel's investigation and congressional probes into the Trump campaign and contacts with Russia continue to shadow the administration nearly six months into Donald Trump's presidency.
FBI questions US employees in investigation of Russian -owned Kaspersky Labs
Some U.S. officials are concerned Russian spies could use that software to attack critical American infrastructure or snoop on customers.
Jeff Sessions denies allegations of collusion with Russia
Sessions also said it was "false" that he intentionally misled the Senate during confirmation hearings and said he was "not stonewalling" when refusing to answer questions about the firing of ex-FBI Director James Comey.
A who's who in the Trump-Russia probe
Investigators are trying to determine if Trump associates colluded with Russian officials to sway the 2016 election.
Reality Leigh Winner is latest government contractor accused of revealing state secrets
Reality Leigh Winner, a National Security Agency contractor with a top-secret clearance, became the first person to be jailed by the Trump administration after being accused of leaking classified information this week. Winner, 25, allegedly leaked a classified report about Russian election
NSA contractor Reality Leigh Winner faces prosecution for alleged leak of top-secret report
The information in the leaked document revealed that the U.S. had solid evidence that Russian spies had tried to hack into voter registration offices around the country just before the election.