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World NowThe upper house of Russia’s parliament voted to broaden the definition of espionage and high treason, continuing what many activists view as a crackdown on dissent in the country....
Improved technology is changing the spy game, merging once-disparate roles in the intelligence field and favoring an increased download of traditional spy roles to the private sector. This week, Canada's Postmedia News cited a speech by Richard Fadden,...
This post has been updated, as indicated below. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences invited 176 new members into the organization on Friday, including Octavia Spencer, Terrence Malick, Matthew McConaughey, Kristen Wiig, Kerry Washington,...
NEW YORK — Early in "Skyfall," Judi Dench's M pulls aside our embattled hero, played once again with suave ennui by Daniel Craig, and wonders whether the world still needs either of their services. As Bond wraps his head around that idea, he looks...
American News CorrespondentMADISON — Hunters from outside South Dakota will be charged more for licenses to pursue pheasants, other small game and waterfowl in 2013 under a plan that received approval Thursday by the state Game, Fish and Parks Commission. But several...
MADISON - Hunters from outside South Dakota will be charged more for licenses to pursue pheasants, other small game and waterfowl in 2013 under a plan that received approval Thursday by the state Game, Fish and Parks Commission. But several...
I'm usually reading four or five books at a time. At the moment, I'm in the middle of Husain Haddawy's enchanting translation of “The Arabian Nights” (forget Cervantes and Sterne — this is where postmodernism begins); Jean-Luc Marion's...
KTLA NewsIRVINE, Calif. -- A local man is accused of spying on one of his female employees using a company computer he gave the woman. Police were contacted when the Irvine woman noticed that a computer in her home, provided by her employer, was apparently...
email@example.comWhen Ben Kendrick of Danville was only 3 or 4 years old, teachers told his mom, Kathy, he sometimes stood on a piece of playground equipment during recess above a crowd of the other kids — preaching. There were other times like this, too, when...
NEW YORK -- A paid informant for the New York Police Department's intelligence unit was under orders to "bait" Muslims into saying inflammatory things as he lived a double life, snapping pictures inside mosques and collecting the names of innocent people...
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — The story of David O. Dodd is relatively unknown outside of Arkansas, but the teenage spy who chose to hang rather than betray the Confederate cause is a folk hero to many in his home state. Street signs and an elementary...
Jeanne Vertefeuille and Sandra Grimes could be George Smiley's people. They were recruited on their college campuses by the Central Intelligence Agency during the height of the Cold War. Jeanne wanted travel and adventure. Sandy didn't know much about...
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