Sources: U.S. Preparing To Release Convicted Israeli Spy Jonathan PollardThe former U.S. Navy intelligence analyst was convicted of espionage for giving classified documents to his Israeli handlers.
Officials Raise Spying Concerns After Chinese Company Plans Renovation At Waldorf AstoriaThe sale to Anbang still allows the Hilton Corporation to run the hotel, but the deal also calls for a massive renovation, which triggered concerns in Washington.
Seen At 11: Your Smart TV Could Be Hearing EverythingWhen you watch television, your TV set might be watching back with new technology that can virtually see or hear what’s going on in your home.
Philadelphia Appeals Court Reviews Muslims' Claims About NYPD SurveillanceA federal appeals court panel in Philadelphia on Tuesday was reviewing the legality of the controversial NYPD religious surveillance program.
NYPD Dissolves Unit That Spied On Muslim CommunitiesThe NYPD has disbanded a unit that drew widespread criticism for reports that it conducted broad surveillance on Muslim neighborhoods.
Christie Signs Law Requiring Consent For Spying By Out-Of-State AgenciesChristie said the new the law protects civil liberties while also keeping the country safe from terrorism.
NYPD Spying On Muslims Leads To N.J. Senate Committee Approving New RegulationsA New Jersey State Senate committee passed a bill Monday that would require law enforcement agencies from elsewhere to give notice when they plan to conduct counterterrorism surveillance in the state -- a measure prompted by revelations about NYPD spying on Muslims.
White House Launches Review Of DOJ Over Accusations Of Spying On JournalistsUnder fire for spying on journalists, the White House has ordered an unusual review of what the Department of Justice is doing -- and why.
CBS 2 Investigation: Beware Of Domestic Drones -- The High-Flying SpiesIn the world of warfare, the drones are guided on combat missions remotely by pilots and computers thousands of miles away. But now, anyone can buy a drone -- without the weapons -- to fly here at home.
N.J. Legislative Committee Advances Regulation After NYPD Surveillance On MuslimsAfter the NYPD conducted surveillance on Muslims in New Jersey, a state legislative committee there has advanced a bill that would require out-of-state law enforcement to notify state officials before such an operation.
NYPD Responds To AP's Allegation Of Failed Spying ProgramThe NYPD rejects the AP’s criticism that six years of undercover surveillance by a secret police unit never led to a terrorist being brought to trial.
Gov. Christie Addresses NJ Muslim Community In Midst Of NYPD SurveillanceNew Jersey Governor Chris Christie has reassured Muslim leaders he remains troubled by the way the New York Police Department conducted surveillance of Muslim communities in New Jersey, even though his administration has said it was legal, but again stopped short of criticizing the spying itself.