Greg Myre

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Amid a leak, the Pentagon is reviewing the way classified data is distributed

Wednesday, April 19, 2023

The case against 21-year-old Air National Guardsman Jack Teixeira raises questions about why he had access to sensitive material. He's scheduled to appear in court Wednesday.


The latest on the U.S. intelligence document leaks

Thursday, April 13, 2023

Hear more context on the U.S. intelligence leaks and about previous ones from NPR national security correspondent Greg Myre.


Russia is jailing an increasing number of private American citizens

Tuesday, April 11, 2023

Washington and Moscow have worked out prisoner swaps for decades, though they used to involve spies. Today, an increasing number of private American citizens are being jailed by Russia.


Making sense of the latest on the U.S. intelligence classified leaks

Monday, April 10, 2023

Many questions still remain about a data leak of classified documents related to the war in Ukraine and intelligence from other nations.


Pentagon, Justice Department investigate as secret military documents appear online

Saturday, April 08, 2023

Dozens of classified U.S. documents detailing the war in Ukraine have appeared on multiple social media sites. There's no word on who might be responsible for leaking or stealing the material.


Top-secret Pentagon documents on Ukraine war appear on social media

Friday, April 07, 2023

Maps and charts providing details on Ukraine's military and the state of the war have been published on Twitter and Telegram. The Pentagon says it is investigating how they were leaked or stolen.


A Chinese drone for hobbyists plays a crucial role in the Russia-Ukraine war

Monday, March 27, 2023

There's lots of talk about China supplying weapons to Russia for its war in Ukraine. But one Chinese product already plays a key battlefield role - a cheap, popular, off-the-shelf, commercial drone.


Pentagon manages new tensions after a Russian warplane hit an unarmed U.S. drone

Thursday, March 16, 2023

The top U.S. and Russian defense officials spoke by phone, a rare occurrence during the past year of war in Ukraine. The aim was to bring down tensions after a U.S. drone crashed in the Black Sea.


Despite downed drone, U.S. says it will keep flying near Ukraine

Tuesday, March 14, 2023

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin says the U.S. will continue flying 'wherever international law allows.' This comes a day after Russia downed a U.S. drone in the Black Sea.


Biden makes an AUKUS submarine deal in the effort to counter China

Monday, March 13, 2023

President Biden announces a submarine deal with Britain and Australia to bolster the Western naval presence in the Pacific. The agreement is seen as part of a larger effort to counter a rising China.


Senate panel holds hearing on global threats with heads of U.S. security agencies

Thursday, March 09, 2023

Top U.S. intelligence officials briefed lawmakers Wednesday about unresolved mysteries, such as the origins of the COVID-19 pandemic and an ailment known as the Havana Syndrome.


Top U.S. security officials discuss Russia, China in assessment of worldwide threats

Wednesday, March 08, 2023

CIA Director William Burns and other top national security officials address the most substantial threats facing the U.S. as they go before the Senate Intelligence Committee.


Foreign rivals didn't cause Havana Syndrome, U.S. intelligence concludes

Thursday, March 02, 2023

In 2016, CIA officers at the American Embassy in Cuba began reporting symptoms that included dizziness and headaches. Many think they were subject to an attack. A new U.S. report says otherwise.


U.S. Intelligence: foreign rivals didn't cause Havana Syndrome

Wednesday, March 01, 2023

The U.S. intelligence community concludes it's "very unlikely" a foreign country is responsible for the so-called Havana Syndrome ailments involving U.S. officials working abroad.


U.S. Dept of Energy says with 'low confidence' that COVID may have leaked from a lab

Tuesday, February 28, 2023

The U.S. Department of Energy says with "low confidence" that COVID-19 might have originated in a lab leak. But the scientific evidence overwhelmingly points to a natural origin for the virus.


The key trends to watch in the Russia-Ukraine war

Saturday, February 25, 2023

Russia's military has performed poorly, and Ukraine has defied expectations. But will these trends hold? Experts look at how the war could take a different path in its second year.


Putinology: the art of analyzing the man in the Kremlin

Thursday, February 23, 2023

They used to be called Kremlinologists — American experts on the Soviet Union. Now there's a new generation of Putinologists who seek to interpret Russia by analyzing its authoritarian leader.


The latest on U.S. fighter jets shooting objects out of the sky

Monday, February 13, 2023

There's a lot of confusion about how U.S. fighter jets have come to be shooting so many objects out of the sky the past few days. The White House is under pressure to explain.


Pentagon says Americans shouldn't worry about the objects the Air Force shot down

Monday, February 13, 2023

Over the weekend, the U.S. military shot down a trio of flying objects. One was in Alaska, another in Canada and a third over Michigan.


The U.S. has detected 4 other recent spy balloons. Why didn't we hear about them?

Monday, February 06, 2023

Given the hullabaloo over the Chinese surveillance balloon, you'd think something like this never happened before. But it has. At least four times in recent years.