- US investigating Chinese steelmakers in trade secrets case Updated: May-27-16 3:23 am
BEIJING - U.S. regulators are investigating whether Chinese steelmakers used stolen American trade secrets in a case that adds to tensions over accusations Beijing is flooding global markets with low-cost steel.
- Russian banker in spy case gets 2½ years in US prison Updated: May-25-16 5:09 pm
NEW YORK - A Russian banker who pleaded guilty to conspiracy in what the government portrayed as a Cold War-style spy ring was sentenced Wednesday to 2½ years in a U.S. prison.
- EU: 2 arrested for suspected spying in Rome Updated: May-25-16 9:17 am
BRUSSELS - The European Union's agency for judicial cooperation says a Portuguese national and a Russian have been arrested in Rome on suspicion of being involved in espionage for hire.
- Software engineer accused of stealing Rockwell trade secrets Updated: May-25-16 8:51 am
MILWAUKEE - A software engineer is charged in federal court in Milwaukee with stealing trade secrets from his former employer, Rockwell Automation.
- Correction: Campaign 2016-Foreign Hacking story 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.
- Illinois fights US spy agency decision to stay in St. Louis Updated: May-18-16 4:54 pm
ST. LOUIS - Illinois officials are aggressively fighting the preliminary decision to relocate a federal spy agency to a new site in St. Louis, rather than to a site across the Mississippi River in a suburban area of southern Illinois.
- Obama signs bill to deter theft of trade secrets Updated: May-11-16 5:30 pm
WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama signed into law Wednesday a bill that gives employers a new tool in preventing the theft of trade secrets.
- Do blunders mean South Korea's spying apparatus is broken? Updated: May-11-16 4:58 am
SEOUL, South Korea - When it comes to spying on North Korea, rival South Korea seems to be wrong almost as much as it's right.
- Spy agencies are pushed to reveal extent of US surveillance 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.
- Poland charges Russian-born lawyer with spying for Moscow Updated: May-05-16 6:27 am
WARSAW, Poland - Poland has charged a Warsaw lawyer with dual Polish-Russian citizenship with spying for Russian military intelligence, a prosecutor said Thursday.
- Schumer: Probe billboards using phone data to track shoppers Updated: May-01-16 6:37 pm
NEW YORK - A U.S. senator is calling for a federal investigation into an outdoor advertising company's latest effort to target billboard ads to specific consumers.
- The Latest: Company says ads respect consumers' privacy Updated: May-01-16 11:00 am
NEW YORK - The Latest on a U.S. senator's call for an investigation into the practices of an outdoor advertising company in New York (all times local):