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(CNN) -- US intelligence agencies found that the Chinese surveillance balloon that transited the United States in early 2023 used an American internet service provider to send short, periodic transmissions of data related to navigation and location back to China, according to a US official.
By Katie Bo Lillis, CNN
President Biden will deliver remarks on the U.S. response to recent aerial objects in the nation's airspace.
The search continues for the Chinese spy balloon shot down by the U.S. military off the South Carolina Coast. The U.S. Navy and Coast Guard are canvassing a 10-mile debris field in shallow waters with the FBI on hand to start analyzing the wreckage.
Multiple videos from people on the Carolina coastline who witnessed fighter jets shoot down the suspected surveillance balloon pop up. WRAL News has reactions from one traveler who came through the Wilmington International Airport about the balloon, as well as a few senators from the State.
Leslie Moreno, WRAL reporter
Bruce Jentleson, Duke professor of public policy and political science, says foreign tensions are too high for the U.S. to risk shooting a Chinese balloon out of the sky.
A couple in Hawaii is accused of spying for the Russians and stealing the identities of babies who died in Texas.
A former Duke University of Singapore employee is facing jail time after he pleaded guilty for acting as a Russian agent within the United States without notifying the Attorney General.
Chris Lovingood, WRAL anchor/reporter
A Duke University employee who worked in Singapore is facing jail time after he pleaded guilty for acting as a Russian agent within the United States without notifying the Attorney General.
A French court ruled that the retailer was guilty of spying on its staff through the improper gathering and storage of employee data.
Danish state broadcaster "d-r" said the National Security Agency (NSA) partnered with Denmark's foreign intelligence service to gather intelligence. A report finds the NSA got Danish help to spy on senior officials in Sweden, Norway, France and Germany.
MOSCOW — A court in Moscow on Monday sentenced an American who claims he was framed by Russian agents to 16 years in a high-security prison for espionage, delivering another blow to President Donald Trump’s already faltering efforts to “get along with Russia.”
Ivan Nechepurenko and Andrew Higgins, New York Times