Terry J. Albury will go to prison for sharing classified with the Intercept, a publication with a long track record of printing leaked classified information. What were his methods and how does his sentence stack up against other recent leakers?
Led by a charismatic Hungarian-Israeli leader, a group of elite Americans – as a part of the Spear Operations Group – served as mercenaries in Yemen. Most of what the company did falls short of being illegal, but it sure walks a fine line.
The FBI has given us their own spy drama this week with the extradition of a Chinese agent of the MSS. Daily Intel spoke to a current government official familiar with the operation, who provided exclusive details on the operation leading to the spy’s arrest and extradition from Belgium.
The idea that any treaty between the U.S. and Iran, signed prior to the Iranian Revolution that brought the ayatollahs to power, would remain in effect today is laughable. Iran’s theocrats have abrogated that pact many times over.
Last week, the 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit’s Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 211 took the F-35 for its first American combat mission. But the Lightning’s operational debut was overshadowed by less exciting news that followed a day later.
In yesterday’s speech to the U.N. General Assembly, President Trump cast Iran as the bad guy. This was unnecessary, since by its own actions, Iran does a pretty good job of assuming the role all on its own.
Though concrete evidence of North Korean denuclearization still is lacking, Secretary of State Pompeo is optimistic. But amid nuclear scares on the Korean peninsula, there’s some good news being lost in the shuffle.