Washington – US Spy Chief Says Has Submitted Letter Of Resignation

US Director of National Intelligence James Clapper has announced he has submitted his resignation. Clapper said last year that he would step down at the end of President Barack Obama’s final term in office. Read more

James Clapper: ISIS Has Cells In UK, Germany, and Italy

Washington — James Clapper, said Monday that ISIS has clandestine cells in the United Kingdom, Germany and Italy, comments that come as President Barack Obama concludes an overseas visit where he asked Europe to contribute more to the fight against ISIS. Read more

Jonathan Pollard Lawyers Mock US Intel Chief’s Warning That Ex-Spy Still Poses Threat

US director of National Intelligence James Clapper’s support for strict parole conditions for Israeli agent Jonathan Pollard faced mockery by his attorneys, in a letter that was revealed over the weekend. Read more

James Clapper: Jonathan Pollard Still Holds ‘Top Secret’ Info, May Never Be Allowed To Leave US

The information Jonathan Pollard obtained while spying for Israel in the 1980s continues to be deemed “top secret,” and could still cause real damage to American national security, Channel 10 reported Friday, citing a written statement by US Director of National Intelligence James Clapper. Read more

James Clapper: We Might Use The Internet of Things To Spy on You

The US intelligence chief has acknowledged for the first time that agencies might use a new generation of smart household devices to increase their surveillance capabilities. Read more

Director of National Intelligence James Clapper Targeted By Alleged Hack

Director of National Intelligence James Clapper was the latest high-profile national security official to be targeted by hackers, a U.S. official said today. Read more

US Intelligence Chief Warns of ‘Armageddon’ Cyberstrike

US National Intelligence Director James Clapper on Thursday warned that America must be ready for a “large, Armageddon-scale” cyber attack, in remarks made at an annual conference of members of the US intelligence community in Washington DC. Read more