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Chinese hackers launched a massive attack on internet-connected devices in Finland in an attempt to sweep up audio and visual intelligence ahead of President Trump's... [Read More]
Lawmakers have expressed mounting concern over the ever-expanding and still almost completely unregulated world of cryptocurrencies, from tax issues to preventing them from causing anarchy... [Read More]
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Hoping to eliminate a repeat of January's false ballistic missile alert in Hawaii that triggered widespread panic, a bipartisan pair of senators introduced a bill... [Read More]
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China's ambassador to the U.S. warned the Trump administration Wednesday that tariffs on China will backfire and Washington will "only end up hurting itself and... [Read More]
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Moscow is accelerating the "illegal annexation" of Abkhazia and South Ossetia, two Georgian territories the Russian military invaded 10 years ago and has occupied ever... [Read More]
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One of China's largest independent oil refineries will switch from U.S. oil to Iranian crude amid continuing fallout from the escalating trade war between Washington... [Read More]
Washington's leading federal government trade groups, whose members fill some of America's most sensitive jobs, are urging congressional leaders to cooperate on competing proposals aimed... [Read More]
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Top Capitol Hill Democrats suggested Monday that Russian President Vladimir Putin is blackmailing President Trump, forcing him to favor Russia's interests over America's at the... [Read More]
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In a bipartisan showing, key Senate Intelligence committee members on Monday blasted President Trump for failing to publicly blame Russian President Vladimir Putin for hacking... [Read More]
Social media users in Uganda are in a pitched battle with longtime President Yoweri Museveni, who is trying to curb the spread of "fake news"... [Read More]
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