Informed Sources: Jun. 13, 1994

New Book Points to More Moles

A forthcoming book by ex-KGB counterintelligence chief Oleg Kalugin describes alleged Soviet agents who worked against the West in the 1970s. Among the purported spies exposed in the book (to be published by St. Martin's Press) are a high-ranking mole inside the counterintelligence section of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and a U.S. military-intelligence officer who is said to have turned over CIA documents and NATO war plans.

As the Gavel Turns

Florida Democrat Sam Gibbons eased into the plum job of House Ways and Means Committee chair after ex-chairman Dan Rostenkowski was indicted. But...

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