(CNN) – Most of the 11 people suspected in the alleged Russian spy ring lived all-American lives, with spouses, successful careers and children. The FBI says it was all a part of an elaborate cover to gather U.S. intelligence. But what exactly were they after? And what did they manage to get? To help answer some of those questions, we were joined on Wednesday's American Morning by Oleg Kalugin, the former chief of KGB foreign counterintelligence.