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Mossad Places Ads Seeking Female Recruits

Israel’s shadowy international spy agency, Mossad, is seeking to bolster its ranks with more women, launching its first recruitment drive specifically targeting females.


Hillary Emails: Intelligence Report Said Hezbollah Has Base in Cuba

A private intelligence report from Hillary Clinton’s confidant, Sid Blumenthal, claimed that Hezbollah, the Iran-backed terrorist organization, had set up shop in Cuba, according to an email released by the State Department over the weekend. The group was actively “casing”


Pentagon Worried Iraq Will Share U.S. Intel with Russia

“The Defense Department’s second-in-command told the Senate on Tuesday the agreement came as a surprise to military intelligence and Pentagon teams are scrambling to make sure classified intelligence from the U.S. does not make its way into the hands of Russian, Syrian or Iranian authorities,” says a report at Defense One.

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Report: Obama Officials Pushed False Narrative on ISIS Through Politicized Intel

The intelligence products that were initially provided by Defense Department intelligence analysts–who claim that their reports were significantly altered by Obama administration officials to provide favorable analysis related to the U.S.-led coalition’s operations against ISIS–to U.S. Central Command, have now been revealed to the public, by way of a Daily Beast report on their findings.

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Another 150 Clinton Emails With Classified Info Discovered; Email Dump Postponed Until Late Night

Ed Henry of Fox News reported that the number of Hillary Clinton emails in the new release has increased to 7,000, while the number of messages that had to be redacted to protect classified material is more than double what was expected. (The report is slightly confusing on this point, because Henry later suggests there are 150 more classified emails in addition to 63 that were already expected.)

Democratic presidential candidate Clinton addresses union members as she tours the Carpenters International Training Center in Las Vegas

Pentagon Investigates Allegations of Skewed ISIS War Reports

A civilian analyst with the Defense Intelligence Agency has charged that military officials have been providing excessively optimistic assessments of the bombing campaign against ISIS to other branches of the administration, including the White House. The Pentagon inspector general is reportedly investigating these allegations.

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Texas Opening New Intelligence Center to Battle Border Crime

With the signing of House Bill 11 on June 9 by Texas Governor Greg Abbott, a new intelligence center will be established in Hidalgo County, designed to target border crime more effectively. However, details are unclear regarding how this center’s mission will differ significantly from the multiple fusion and joint intelligence centers located across the state, calling into question whether the $2.1 million start-up cost is justified.

Texas Governor Greg Abbott signs Texas border security bills into law. (Photo: Breitbart Texas/Lana Shadwick)

U.S. Charges Six Chinese Nationals With Economic Espionage

REUTERS– The U.S government charged six Chinese nationals with economic espionage, saying they stole secrets from two companies that develop technology often used in military systems, the Department of Justice said on Tuesday. It was the third time in as

U.S. and China work to repatriate Chinese officials accused of corruption

Report: German Intelligence Helped Track Down Al Qaeda’s Osama Bin Laden

Germany’s equivalent to the CIA, the Bundesnachrichtendienst (BND), helped U.S. intelligence services pinpoint the location of Al Qaeda mastermind Osama bin Laden at his compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan, according to a new report published Sunday by Germany’s most circulated newspaper.


Cameron Pledges To Bring Back ‘Snoopers’ Charter’

David Cameron has pledged to bring back the ‘snoopers’ charter’ if the Conservatives win the election in May. The Communications Data Bill would force telecoms companies to collect information on their customer’s use of the internet, under the auspices of


Private Intelligence Firm Briefs FBI: Sony Hack Could Have Been Inside Job

FBI agents were briefed Monday by one of the world’s leading cyber intelligence firms, who claim that the evidence being gathered in connection with the November 24 cyberattack against Sony Pictures Entertainment points to a former employee of the studio, rather than North Korea, as the perpetrator of the hack.

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