Move over, James Bond. These guys are the real deal.
CNN's Suzanne Kelly walks through time at the International Spy Museum in Washington, D.C., with CIA legend Charlie Allen and the former head of KGB operations in the United States Oleg Kalugin.
It was December 30, 2009, and it should have been the most highly anticipated break in the U.S. and Jordanian pursuit of then al Qaeda No. 2 Ayman al Zawahiri. It didn’t work out that way.
An al Qaeda mole had instead infiltrated both agencies to devastating effect when he detonated his suicide vest on a CIA base in Khost, Afghanistan.
In his new book, "The Triple Agent," Washington Post reporter Joby Warrick tracks down the true story of the triple agent.
Have you ever had the feeling someone’s watching you? Intelligence agencies routinely use satellite images as part of operation planning, but just what can they see from way out there?
CNN's Security Clearance was given unprecedented access to one of the U.S. government’s primary satellite contractors to find out just what they’re able to focus in on and how they do it.
Suzanne Kelly takes you for an exclusive sneak peek inside GeoEye’s sweep room. They won’t name their individual clients, but here’s a hint: you may have seen their handiwork in the aftermath of the Osama bin Laden raid in May.
CNN's Suzanne Kelly sat down with European Union Counterterrorism Coordinator Gilles de Kerchove at a recent security forum in Aspen, Colorado, to talk about Europe’s most pressing terror threat.