The leaders of six top US intelligence agencies testified before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Tuesday for its annual "Worldwide Threats" hearing.
Topics ranged from cybersecurity to terrorism to nuclear threats.
The three big subjects were Russia, China, and North Korea.
The Senate Intelligence Committee grilled a panel of top-ranking intelligence officials about a series of rising global and cyber threats the United States faces on Tuesday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. director of national intelligence warned on Tuesday that time was running out for the United States to act on the threat posed by North Korea's nuclear weapons program.
In a Senate hearing Tuesday, the heads of the three-letter intelligence agencies detailed their greatest concerns.
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