Russia, U.S. to Swap Spies, Including Anna Chapman

Get ready to kiss Anna Chapman goodbye: A lawyer for a Russian academic who was convicted of spying for the U.S. in 2004 says her client is likely to be part of a prisoner exchange that will return the 10 recently accused spies—including hottie Chapman—to Russia. The lawyer, Anna Stavitskaya, says her client, Igor Sutyagin, has already been notified of the deal; human-rights activists have criticized his imprisonment as unfair. He was serving a 15-year sentence in Moscow.