A former U.S. spy was sentenced to 30 months in prison Friday for leaking information to reporters on waterboarding after he left the CIA.
The CIA's chief hailed ex-agent John Kiriakou's guilty plea for leaking the name of a covert operative as "an important victory" for the intelligence community.
The trial of an ex-CIA officer accused of leaking classified information to a reporter was postponed in a dispute over a judge's decision to bar two witnesses.
An American drew a 366-day prison term Friday for scheming to obtain kickbacks on government contracts in Afghanistan, the Justice Department said.
A federal judge in Arlington, Va., Friday sentenced a New Orleans man to more than 15 years in prison for spying for China.
There may be a retrial of a major terror case if defense lawyers are not given access to alleged wiretapping evidence, a federal judge in Virginia said.
Self-proclaimed terrorist Zacarias Moussaoui, seen by some jurors as a bit player in the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks, faces life in a U.S. "supermax" prison.
Spain began Friday a trial of the suspected leader of al-Qaida in Spain and others in Europe's largest terror trial, El Pais reported in its online edition.
The only person charged in a U.S. court in the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks has been ruled mentally competent to plead guilty to federal terror charges.
A federal judge in Alexandria, Va., Friday revoked the right of Zacarias Moussaoui, the only person charged in the Sept. 11 attacks, to self-representation.
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