The FBI has arrested former CIA agent Jerry Chun Shing Lee. The New York Times reported Tuesday evening that Lee is suspected of providing classified information to the Chinese government that helped Beijing dismantle American spy networks in China.
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In the coming days, the Senate is expected to take up S.139, the bill to reauthorize Title XII of the FISA Amendments Act that the House passed last week, says the Hill. The Senate debate is scheduled to begin at 4:30 p.m. EST on Tuesday.
FBI Director Christopher Wray's Remarks on Encryption to the International Conference on Cyber Security
FBI Director Christopher Wray's remarks on encryption as delivered to the International Conference on Cyber Security on Jan. 9.
The Senate Judiciary Committee interview transcript for Glenn Simpson, the CEO of Fusion GPS.
Documents related to Section 702 reauthorization.
Document: U.S. Citizen Detained as Enemy Combatant Requests ACLU Representation in Habeas Proceeding
The ACLU has spoken to the U.S. citizen that the military is detaining as an enemy combatant.
On Wednesday, Paul Manafort filed a complaint against the Department of Justice, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, and Special Counsel Robert Mueller, seeking declaratory and injunctive relief on the grounds that Rosenstein's order appointing Mueller exceeds the authority that Justice Department regulations confer. The full complaint is below: