Spy

Butina, recently freed from prison for acting as an unregistered agent of the Kremlin, defiantly told "60 Minutes" she was only "social networking."
A fishy robot could be the future of spying.
Could this fishy robot be the future of spying?
Trump reportedly told RNC donors he believes Democrats hate Jewish people over the weekend.
The TSA has been spying on air travelers, even if they aren’t suspected criminals or on terror watch lists.
Facebook and Twitter told me to go see Wonder Woman. I’m not one for superhero movies, but it was an immense treat to read
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Snowden is a helluva movie, kicking an audience's ass on a number of levels. I had a chance to see the film at a preview event; it opens everywhere on September 16. Go see it.
With his project "Dead Drops," Berlin-based artist Aram Bartholl wants to change the way people exchange information and who has control over it.
Fillipo's installation for Crossing Borders / Crossing Boundaries explores different border zones throughout the globe. From
"People who have had very unhappy childhoods are pretty good at inventing themselves," le Carré once said. What began as
If you are a fan, surely you wouldn't want to miss the upcoming exhibit arriving soon in Paris -- the show will address everything Bond.
Now, the real question is, is good news good news or bad news?  We have had a lot of signs that the Fed was right on the
The good news is we can call a bottom here (16,000) but the bad news is we're not likely to go anywhere from here and what goes for the Dow likely goes for the other indexes as well.
That's a really great feature of using spreads to hedge like we do because we can flip our whole portfolio from bearish to
This morning we flipped positive on the indexes as well as on Natural Gas Futures (/NG) at $1.73 and Oil Futures (/CL) at $36. You can find those levels by checking out our morning Tweet, but we don't do those very often - nor do we always make free picks - it's just Christmas and we can afford to be generous.
When we reached the end of the row of greeters, I found a spot to sit with him before his ride picked him up. "What did this trip mean to you?" I asked him. He grabbed my hand and whispered; his voice choked up. "This was the homecoming I never had!