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JJ Green is WTOP's National Security Correspondent, covering global intelligence, national security and terrorism developments. He's interviewed the leadership of the CIA, DIA, DHS, and the U.S. military Joint Chiefs of Staff about issues critical to international security. He provides daily analysis and guidance on global security.
The secretive and dangerous world of terrorism is again threatening the West, specifically the United States.
An alarming new video showing what appears to be a large gathering of al-Qaida operatives has emerged in Western media.
Andrei Illarionov, a former top envoy to Russian President Vladimir Putin, created a whirlwind of anxiety in late March, when he told a Swedish newspaper that Putin's annexation efforts will not stop until Finland and the Baltic states were part of Russia.
James Clapper, Director of National Intelligence, speaks with WTOP's National Security Correspondent J.J. Green.
The difficult search for answers about the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 is compounded by the inability to find either the plane intact or the wreckage.
Twelve days after the disappearance of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370, investigators are intensifying their focus on the plane's computer system.
Evidence is surfacing that system failure in the cockpit of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 may have caused the plane's disappearance and investigators are wondering if foul play may have been involved.
How does a Boeing 777 traveling at 35,000 feet disappear from radar with no trace?
Director of National Intelligence James Clapper sits down for an exclusive interview with WTOP on the situation in Ukraine.
The Department of Homeland Security is closer to developing a National License Plate Recognition Database, which is raising privacy concerns.
On Oct. 6, 1976, Cubana de Aviacion Flight 455, bound from Barbados to Jamaica, was bombed.
"Measured and thoughtful" is how Director of National Intelligence James Clapper describes the changes in U.S. intelligence gathering that President Barack Obama has ordered.
The Navy has called off the search for a sailor missing since a Navy helicopter with five crew members aboard crashed in the ocean off the Virginia coast Wednesday, Jan. 8.
A Navy MH-53E Sea Dragon helicopter with a crew of five went down in the Atlantic Ocean 18 miles off the Virginia coast on Wednesday.
The MV Cape Ray is expected to leave Portsmouth, Va., in a few days on a mission that no U.S. ship has ever undertaken.
A bomb threat at the Swedish Embassy has closed Rock Creek Parkway and other downtown streets, stalling traffic during the afternoon rush.
Richard Barrett, former director of the United Nations al-Qaida and Taliban Monitoring Team, on the challenges facing the organization and the U.S. as it continues its quest to dismantle the organization.
As of last week, former FBI agent Robert Levinson is now the longest-held American hostage in history. His family and the U.S. government hope that the new Iranian president could help secure Levinson's release.
NSA officials want Americans to understand that the organization doesn't have time and doesn't care about their personal communications.
The Defense Intelligence Agency's ability to survey the world from its top-secret operations center faces a huge challenge when confronting a new phenomenon that's not yet fully understood.
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