Russian Spies News
Ex-Spy Behind Trump-Russia Allegations Identified
The former British spy at the center of the Trump allegations has been identified by the BBC as 52-year-old Christopher Steele.
The Cold War May Be Over, but Spying Mostly the Same
The KGB may have a different set of initials, but spies are up to the same tricks.
Senators Join Forces on Legislation to Punish Russia
Senate Republicans and Democrats are directly challenging President-elect Donald Trump over Russia's interference in U.S. elections and for ongoing aggression in other parts of the world
Amid Hacking Feud, US Hits Russia With New Sanctions
The outgoing Obama administration on Monday blacklisted five Russians, including a senior law enforcement official for President Vladimir Putin, as the two nations' feud over U.S. election hacking escalated
Putin 'Ordered' Campaign to Influence US Presidential Election, Intelligence Community Says
Russian President Vladimir Putin "ordered" a campaign to influence the U.S. presidential election in an attempt by Russia to "undermine public faith in the US democratic process," according to a declassified report on Russian hacking activity. "We assess Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered an
Spokesman Denies Donald Trump Is Mulling Plans to Overhaul Top US Intelligence Agencies
Incoming White House press secretary Sean Spicer today flatly denied that President-elect Donald Trump was considering reported plans to reform America’s top intelligence agencies. The denial comes after a senior Trump transition official, speaking to ABC News earlier today, confirmed a Wednesday
How Donald Trump and Intelligence Agencies Differ on 2016 Hacking
Since reports emerged last summer that the Democratic National Committee had been hacked, Donald Trump has questioned U.S. intelligence agencies’ assertions that Russia is behind the election meddling. Here is what Trump has recently said (and tweeted), versus what the U.S. intelligence community
A Look at the Russian Compounds Nestled in New York and Washington, DC Suburbs
On a sprawling 37-acre site on Long Island's Gold Coast sits a mansion that was once owned by Standard Oil heir George DuPont Pratt. Hundreds of miles away, in Centreville, Maryland, lies a 45-acre bucolic retreat, complete with a 33-room house that has a vault for fur and 3,000-bottle wine cellar.
Russia Responds to Reports of Interference in US Election
ABC News' Terry Moran talks with Russian officials in Moscow to get an on the ground perspective of the U.S. election hack.