Allegations that Pravind Jugnauth, the prime minister of Mauritius, permitted an Indian tech team to set up equipment to intercept internet data have grown into a political scandal. RAW is right in the middle of all of it. This is how RAW got involved in Mauritius snooping scandal.
An investigation by Republican staff members of the Senate's Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs has shown that China is plotting to plant spies inside the Fed.
A recent FBI investigation has found that Chinese-made Huawei equipment could disrupt US nuclear weapons communications and can be used to gather intelligence.
In 1948, the US House of Representatives received a tip from a man named Whittaker Chambers that several federal officials had been working for the communists. One of these officials was more than happy to appear before Congress to clear his name—a leading State Department and United Nations representative named Alger Hiss.
The US Department of Justice has revealed that American agents have been charged with spying for China after sharing activists' private information, including the passport information of one man's daughter.
Head of US Secret Service, James Murray, quits to join Snapchat. For permitting Anthony Ornato, a top Secret Service agent, to serve as a political consultant in the Trump White House, Murray has come under scrutiny.
A new report by the NYT has further confirmed the explosive report published on Yahoo News that a massive network of CIA spies is still active in Ukraine.
Tesla automobiles have numerous cameras that capture and send information back to Tesla to enhance its Autopilot. But this is becoming an issue for the manufacturers as all Tesla cars have been banned from a Chinese town for two months over spying fears.
Julian Assange, the publisher of Wikileaks who has been confined in a London prison since 2019, will now have 14 days to challenge the Home Secretary's order before being extradited to the United States to face espionage charges.
A new article by Forbes explains how US spies used the All Writs Act of 1789 to secretly track you through travel companies.