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... speaking in a low voice as U.S. District Court Judge Richard Leon accepted the former four-star general's admission that he lied to FBI agents about his contacts with New York Times reporter David Sanger and former Newsweek reporter Daniel Klaidman.
Cartwright lied to investigators about whether he was the source of classified information in a book by New York Times reporter David Sanger 's book and whether he spoke to then-Newsweek/Daily Beast reporter Daniel Klaidman about an unnamed country ...

Four-star General James Cartwright was questioned by the Federal Bureau of Investigation in 2012 over a book written by New York Times reporter David Sanger, which exposed a malicious computer software program known as "Stuxnet" designed to disrupt ...
Cartwright, 67, falsely told investigators that he did not provide or confirm classified information contained in a news article and, later, in a book by New York Times journalist David Sanger, according to charging documents unsealed by prosecutors.
The Post fills us in on the details: Cartwright reportedly leaked information about Stuxnet to Times reporter David Sanger and Newsweek correspondent Daniel Klaidman, falsely telling investigators that he was not involved in the leak.
Eliot Cohen will moderate the conversation. Register or catch the webcast here. Friday, October 21 at 10am: The Woodrow Wilson Center will host a discussion of Robert Litwak's new book Deterring Nuclear terrorism.

Cartwright, a former vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs Of Staff, falsely told investigators that he was not the source of classified information contained in a book by New York Times journalist David Sanger, according to charging documents unsealed by ...
2, 2012, investigators showed him "a list of quotes and quotations from David Sanger's book, a number of which contained classified information," but that he falsely told investigators that "he was not the source of any of the quotes and statements ...
Four-star General James Cartwright was questioned by the Federal Bureau of Investigation in 2012 over a book written by New York Times reporter David Sanger, which exposed a malicious computer software program known as "Stuxnet" designed to disrupt ...
Hillary Clinton longs for the days when Americans knew how to execute a covert action abroad and not spill the details to reporters.
Four-star General James Cartwright was questioned by the Federal Bureau of Investigation in 2012 over a book written by New York Times reporter David Sanger, which exposed a malicious computer software program known as "Stuxnet" designed to disrupt ...
Cartwright, a former vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs Of Staff, falsely told investigators that he was not the source of classified information contained in a book by New York Times journalist David Sanger, according to charging documents unsealed by ...
Over the weekend, the New York Times' David Sanger and Nicole Perlroth offered a rundown of response options and Jack lamented that the Times report suggests that the US government still does not know how it should respond to Russian interference.
Last summer David Sanger reported that the United States had decided that it "must retaliate against China for the theft of the personal information of more than 20 million Americans from the databases of the Office Of Personnel Management.
On this week's episode of The E.R., FP's David Rothkopf, Lara Jakes, and Kori Schake, along with David Sanger of the New York Times, recap the second U.S.
What Options Does the U.S. Have After Accusing Russia of Hacks?, asks the headline in the NYT story yesterday by David Sanger and Nicole Perlroth. To ask this question is to reveal once again the ineffective or non-existent U.S. cyber-deterrence policy.
President Obama and top officials are proceeding cautiously after formally accusing Russia of trying to meddle in the election. Credit Al Drago/The New York Times.

The New York Times' David Sanger had an interesting observation in a recent article on Vladimir Putin's bizarre foreign policy.
The F.B.I. secretly arrested a National Security Agency contractor in recent weeks and is investigating whether he stole and disclosed highly classified computer code developed to hack into the networks of foreign governments, according to several ...
Four-star General James Cartwright was questioned by the Federal Bureau of Investigation in 2012 over a book written by New York Times reporter David Sanger, which exposed a malicious computer software program known as "Stuxnet" designed to disrupt ...
The New York Times' David Sanger had an interesting observation in a recent article on Vladimir Putin's bizarre foreign policy.
The New York Times' David Sanger had an interesting observation in a recent article on Vladimir Putin's bizarre foreign policy.
The New York Times' David Sanger had an interesting observation in a recent article on Vladimir Putin's bizarre foreign policy.
ECFR's director Mark Leonard first speaks with David Sanger, journalist from the New York Times, about what Donald Trump would mean for the future of the United States, and the NATO alliance.
The New York Times' David Sanger had an interesting observation in a recent article on Vladimir Putin's bizarre foreign policy.
On this week's episode of The E.R., David Rothkopf, Kori Schake, David Sanger of the New York Times, and the BBC's Kim Ghattas discuss recent cyberattacks on the Democratic National Committee, what vulnerabilities the U.S.
This year the authors include Pat Barker, Jo Baker, Joanne Harris and a wonderful debut novelist David Sanger, who will talk about his first novel, All Their Minds in Tandem, and how his experience of working at Faber with the likes of PD James, Seamus ...
President Obama and President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia failed to resolve their differences, including Syria, after 90 minutes together at a meeting in Hangzhou, China, on Sept.
Francis has kindly accepted our invitation to become a patron of the society and holds this respected position alongside Dr David Hill and Dame Gillian Weir DBE.
In an interview in March with The New York Times, correspondent David Sanger asked if Trump was essentially advocating a policy of "America First.
NYT A17, "In Hacked Audio, Hillary Clinton Rethinks Obama's Nuclear Upgrade Plan," by David Sanger and William Broad: "Hillary Clinton expressed doubts about whether the United States should go forward with a trillion-dollar modernization of its ...
When it comes to Moscow's intentions, "the bigger question confronting American intelligence officials," the New York Times' David Sanger writes, "is whether the Russian president has a grander scheme at work. So far, their conclusion is probably not.
June 2012: In an attempt to shore up the Jewish vote, top members of the Obama administration, including Barack Obama, Joe Biden, and then-CIA Director Leon Panetta were quoted by David Sanger of The New York Times talking about the President's ...
William J. Perry, center, a Defense Secretary for President Bill Clinton, with the current secretary, Ashton B. Carter, right, at the Hoover Institution last week.
The late distinguished international concert organist and teacher David Sanger gave an annual concert at St Lawrence for well over 30 years.
Polls suggest that the American public would likely support an end to the first-use doctrine, but David Sanger and William Broad recently reported that Obama is unlikely to adopt such a change.
Highly suspected to be the work of the Russian government, if confirmed it would constitute a blatant attempt to influence the American election result.
Over a fairly short time and using dream musicians Chris Gage, Warren Hood, Lloyd Maines, David Sanger and Jay Reynolds on saxophone, she recorded her latest CD, "Wanted.
On this week's episode of The E.R., David Rothkopf, Kori Schake, David Sanger, and a new guest, FP columnist Kim Ghattas of the BBC, review the bright spots and blunders of last week's U.N.
On this week's episode of The E.R., David Rothkopf, Kori Schake, David Sanger, and a new guest, FP columnist Kim Ghattas of the BBC, review the bright spots and blunders of last week's U.N.
He quoted David Sanger, the Times's chief Washington correspondent, who charged the Obama White House is "the most closed control-freak administration I've ever covered.
He specifically cited David Fahrenthold's '00 reporting in the Washington Post, as well as Maggie Haberman and David Sanger's '82 interview on foreign policy with Trump in the New York Times as exemplary pieces of journalism. Compton, meanwhile ...
Like every other two term President, Barack Obama has turned attention in the final months has turned to his legacy, and what he might do on nuclear weapons policy.
(David Sanger, Mark Mazzetti, and Ben Hubbard leave it to their readers to ponder why the Russian Foreign Minister Sergey V. Lavrov reached an agreement with Kerry at all, since anonymous U.S.
Thursday on the NewsHour, Hillary Clinton returns to campaigning after a break to recuperate from pneumonia. We take the pulse of Ohio voters in a key GOP stronghold.
... is isolated within the Obama administration, the New York Times reports today in an article by veteran foreign affairs staffers Helene Cooper and David Sanger. The agreement has "widened the divide between Kerry and Ash Carter," who pushed against ...
David Sanger: Well, the first thing we found, Judy, is that the Voting Machines themselves are pretty hard to hack because they are largely offline, though, as Dmitri points out, in five states, there's basically no paper trail, and I think that's ...
PALACE INTRIGUE -- NYT A1, "Details of Syria Pact Widen Rift Between John Kerry and Pentagon," by Helene Cooper and David Sanger: "The agreement that Secretary of State John Kerry announced with Russia to reduce the killing in Syria has widened ...
Attacks on Voting Machines have so far seemed relatively unsophisticated. Above, an election official testing machines in Tennessee in 2014.
This is part of a new plan that will require a seven day ceasefire in Aleppo and other besieged areas, starting Monday, September 12.


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