A war of words over words of war exposes the identity of covert operative Valerie Plame.
Found stuffed in a gym bag, wearing a radiation suit, shot with an umbrella gun. A review of some of the strangest deaths involving spies.
Born on April 18, 1944, Bob Hanssen was a respected FBI agent, family man and staunch Catholic conservative. He was also leading a secret double life spying for the Russians, hanging around strip clubs and surfing Internet porn sites. Long seen as the greatest security breach in U.S. history, his crimes formed the basis for the movie Breach.
On April 5, 1951, Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were sentenced to death. The married couple were convicted of conspiracy to commit espionage for passing information about the atomic bomb to the Soviet Union.
Was MI6 spy Gareth Williams the target of a professional hit, or an introverted computer geek seeking fetishist gratification inside a gym bag dying by misadventure? His family believes that there is still much to be revealed in this perplexing case.
Daniel Craig’s grittier 007 recalls Ian Fleming’s original novels. Read the amazing story of the man who inspired Fleming’s James Bond.
On August 7, 1954, spy Jonathan Jay Pollard was born in Galveston, Texas. In 1987, Pollard was sentenced to life in prison for passing classified information to Israel while working in US civilian intelligence.
Authorities in Turkey are examining the remains of a bird, specifically a European Bee-Eater, or Merops Apiaster, that was found dead by a farmer in Gaziantep, Turkey, and was reported. The tiny remains were turned over to authorities after the farmer indicted the band on the bird’s leg that was etched with a serial number and the word “Israel.”