National Security

June 5, 2009 7:04 PM

Ex-State Department official, wife charged as Cuban spies

A former State Department official, with a security clearance above top secret, and his wife have been arrested on charges of spying for the Cuban government for nearly 30 years, the Justice Department said Friday.

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