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Stories with person: James R. Clapper, Jr.
  • Correction: Campaign 2016-Foreign Hacking story story has photos
    Updated: May-23-16 11:30 am

    WASHINGTON - In a story May 18 about possible foreign hacking into presidential campaigns, The Associated Press used the wrong configuration for the name of the chief executive officer of PKWARE. His name is V. Miller Newton, not V. Newton Miller.

  • Security clearance background checks to include social media 
    Updated: May-13-16 12:58 pm

    WASHINGTON - Investigators can now probe Twitter, Facebook and other social media sites as a part of background checks for security clearances - something that lawmakers said Friday was a classic case of the government playing catch-up with technology.

  • Spy agencies are pushed to reveal extent of US surveillance story has photos
    Updated: May-07-16 10:20 pm

    WASHINGTON - Even though the bulk collection of Americans' telephone records has ended, calls and emails are still being swept up by U.S. surveillance work targeting foreigners. Congress is making a renewed push to find out how many.

  • Durbin to meet with NGA director on St. Louis headquarters 
    Updated: May-04-16 6:02 pm

    EAST ST. LOUIS, Illinois - U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin says he plans to meet with National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency's director to discuss errors in the report that led to the preliminary decision to build the spy agency's new regional headquarters in St. Louis.

  • North Korea sends another US citizen to prison story has photosstory has video
    Updated: Apr-29-16 11:08 pm

    PYONGYANG, North Korea - North Korea sentenced a U.S. citizen of Korean heritage to 10 years in prison with hard labor after convicting him of espionage and subversion, the second American it has put behind bars this year.

  • Critics of Trump in GOP Senate fact check his foreign policy 
    Updated: Apr-25-16 3:51 am

    WASHINGTON - The Senate's leading Republican voices on national security are assembling an indictment of Donald Trump's worldview by soliciting rebuttals from U.S. military leaders that challenge the accuracy and legality of the GOP presidential front-runner's most provocative foreign policy positions.