| Jul 22, 2013

Pyongyang's ties to Havana deep, ship bust shows

When law enforcement agents boarded a rusty, aging North Korean freighter making a rare journey down the Panama Canal last week, they had been tipped off that they would find narcotics, Panamanian officials said. Instead, after a violent confrontation with the 35-member crew, they ...

Germans 'in bed' with NSA; Brazil targeted

Jul 8, 2013

Germans 'in bed' with NSA; Brazil targeted

New reports emerged Sunday of U.S. spying efforts around the world as fugitive intelligence leaker Edward Snowden remained holed up in a Russian airport seeking an escape route to Latin America. Snowden remained hidden in a Moscow airport transit zone for the 15th day ...

Apr 13, 2013

Gitmo dogged by new controversy

The U.S. military justice system at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, which has been dogged by charges of secret monitoring of proceedings and defense communications, became embroiled in a fresh controversy Thursday when it was revealed that hundreds of thousands of defense emails were turned over ...