A photo that president tweeted to 64 million followers could help U.S. adversaries determine details of U.S. surveillance capabilities, experts warned.
The president said he had an “absolute right” to share an image that experts had expressed concern might include sensitive surveillance information.
"Highly sensitive classified information ... if publicly released would put our national security at risk,” Coats said in a statement.
The former Army analyst said she would continue to refuse to testify before a grand jury about giving documents to WikiLeaks. She might soon go back in jail.
The WikiLeaks founder still faces extradition to the U.S. over leaks of classified information.
The probe is one of the first to target the Trump administration since Democrats took control of the House.
The former NSA contractor, sentenced to five years in prison, gave her first TV interview.
Winner is the first to be convicted in the Trump era for disclosing classified documents to the media.
She's expected to accept a plea deal over disclosure of a memo that gave proof of Russia's 2016 meddling in the presidential election.
Joshua Schulte, 29, faces several charges, including criminal copyright infringement and possession of child pornography.
The FBI had questioned the Senate aide about an investigation into leaks of classified information.
Emmet Flood, the White House attorney dealing with the Russia probe, was present at a controversial DOJ meeting about the investigation.
Republicans have been demanding a look at documents about whether Obama planted a spy in the Trump campaign.
Trump wants to know whether an FBI informant infiltrated his campaign for political purposes.
"The Late Show" host's intelligence on Kushner's loss of "top-secret" access is hilarious.
Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner’s failure to get a top-level security clearance raises questions about how he can do his job.
As Trump's son-in-law continues to revise his answers, Robert Mueller may be looking over his shoulder, too.
We are not making this up.