Russian Spies in American Suburbs: Shades of the Cold War?

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An alleged network of Russians posing as ordinary Americans sounds like the parody of a spy novel or a Hollywood satire. We hear about invisible ink, buried money and something called "steganography." Also, President Obama's call for immigration reform, and the first day of free agency in the National Basketball Association. Will some middling franchise be transformed into an instant contender?

Banner image: New York newspapers are on display featuring personal photos of suspected Russian spies Anna Chapman (L) and Richard and Cynthia Murphy at a news stand in New York, June 30, 2010. Photo:Emmanuel Dunand/AFP/Getty Images