- Chinese man gets death for selling documents on encryption Updated: Apr-19-16 7:12 am
BEIJING - A Chinese man has been sentenced to death for selling 150,000 classified documents that revealed key secrets about military and government data encryption to an unidentified foreign spy agency, state broadcaster CCTV said Tuesday.
- Intelligence agencies consider striking 'confidential' label Updated: Apr-13-16 1:53 pm
WASHINGTON - Intelligence agencies are considering eliminating the government's lowest category of classified information - a step a top official has said could simplify the system used to guard intelligence and could prevent unnecessary secrecy.
- Obama's comments on Clinton email raises concerns of bias Updated: Apr-12-16 7:43 pm
WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama says he believes his former secretary of state did not intentionally endanger national security in her handling of classified information. But he also says he's not trying to influence his administration's investigation into Hillary Clinton's private email server.
- Navy officer accused of espionage; now held in Navy brig Updated: Apr-11-16 7:00 pm
WASHINGTON - The U.S. military has charged a Taiwan-born Navy officer with espionage for allegedly passing military secrets to China or Taiwan, U.S. defense officials said Monday.
- Correction: United States-China Cyber story Updated: Apr-06-16 12:49 pm
WASHINGTON - In a Nov. 17, 2015, story about recommendations from a U.S. congressional advisory body on combating cyber intrusions from China, The Associated Press reported erroneously that a breach of sensitive personal information of U.S. federal employees and others in 2015 included classified documents. It did not.
- Correction: Obama-Cybersecurity story Updated: Apr-06-16 12:20 pm
WASHINGTON - In a Feb. 18 story about a new commission on cybersecurity, The Associated Press erroneously reported that a breach of sensitive personal information of U.S. federal employees and others in 2015 included classified documents. It did not.
- Correction: Turkey-Data Leak story Updated: Apr-06-16 11:56 am
ISTANBUL - In a story April 4 about a leak of personal information in Turkey, The Associated Press erroneously reported that a breach of sensitive personal information of U.S. federal employees and others in 2015 included classified documents. It did not. The article also incorrectly stated the month that the U.S. government revealed that leak. It was June, not April, 2015.