With the arrest of Microsoft software tester Alexey Karetnikov, the captured spy count is now up to 12. Go Team USA! According to Gawker, Karetnikov’s secret identity is hinted at on his Facebook page. Here are some more clues that I discovered.
View List ›
All this business with spies lately has prompted the government to refocus its attention on Chrysemys picta, the Painted Turtle. This small, seemingly unassuming creature is semi-aquatic, making it capable of launching devastating amphibious assaults without warning. Luckily, the Man from T.U.R.T.L.E. is on the trail of this potential agitator.
Watch Video ›
Donald Heathfield, accused of spying for the Russians, blended in at the Kennedy School of Government.
Spies are in the news right now, which is a good thing, because spies are pretty much the fucking best. Here are some of the most cold-bloodedly badass IRL spies of the last century, up to and including the awesome retro Russian spies who just got caught this week.
View List ›
The suspected Russian spy ring rolled up by the F.B.I. this week had everything it needed for world-class espionage, except actual secrets to send to Moscow.
Cynthia Murphy and her husband Richard are among the Russian spies arrested by the FBI this weekend. Murphy was working in Montclair, New Jersey, as a tax consultant for a New York company.
The F.B.I. moved quickly to roll up the network after learning that one of the suspected spies was planning to fly out of the country, officials said.
Anna Chapman is the awesome sexy super spy who has been accused of espionage against the United States on behalf of Russia, along with 9 or 10 for-the-most-part less sexy double agents. Anna Chapman pictures, some showing her with red hair, others as a brunette, are everywhere today, on account of everybody loves a sexy super spy, and we all wish her the very best in her future sexy super-spying career.
Read More ›
They had lived for more than a decade in American cities and suburbs from Seattle to New York. But on Monday, prosecutors accused 11 people of being part of an espionage ring.
The Justice Department announced charges against 11 people accused of living for years in the United States in a deep-cover program.