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The bodies of as least nine people were found dead in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico on Friday morning, according to Intelligence sources. Some were hanged from a bridge, others were found in a truck and still others were dumped in front of city hall.
In March 2010, Iran's Natanz uranium enrichment plant was infected by the "Stuxnet" virus. And it was no accident.
WTOP takes took a close look at the key events that may have set the stage for the stream of success the National Security Council has seen.
Starting in the early 1980s, as a standout undergraduate student at Colgate University, Harvard-trained lawyer and master of several languages, Justin Jackson has become an intelligence aficionado.
The alleged plot to kill the Saudi ambassador to the U.S. -- clumsy, but aggressive -- has exposed a trail of Iranian operations in Washington that were running seamlessly out of the public's view.
Five stories to keep you informed and get you going.
Frank Montoya, Jr.'s appointment comes at a critical time, as cyber-attacks on U.S government and commercial systems are at an all-time high.
There is widespread agreement that al-Qaida's reign is over. It's just a matter of time before the remaining leaders and fighters are killed, captured or give up.
J.J. Green, WTOP national security correspondent