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In this fall's midterms, your local election officials may be using obsolete voting machines and software "held together with spare parts," say experts. [Read More]
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Two years after foreign hackers broke into the Illinois state voter database, the FBI still hasn't told the state's top election official who is responsible. [Read More]
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Across the nation, the number of kids participating in youth football is declining because of concerns about concussions. [Read More]
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New numbers show a decline in participation in high school football across the country. [Read More]
The Texas 48 are either pranksters or brazen Russian trolls whose appearance could mark the first foreign probing of the 2018 midterm elections. [Read More]
The intelligence community determined Russia had accessed state websites or voting databases, but never told the states who was behind it. [Read More]
Three senior intelligence officials told NBC News that the intelligence community believed the states as of January 2017 were Alaska, Arizona, California, Florida, Illinois, Texas... [Read More]
The intelligence community determined Russia had accessed state websites or voting databases, but never told the states who was behind it. [Read More]
A top official at DHS said that the Russians were able to gain access to the registration rolls of an "exceptionally small" number of states. [Read More]
"We saw a targeting of 21 states and an exceptionally small number of them were actually successfully penetrated," said Jeanette Manfra. [Read More]
A top official at DHS said that the Russians were able to gain access to the registration rolls of an "exceptionally small" number of states. [Read More]
The Air Force has boosted the number of women in the ranks of its missileer contingent, which carries out nuclear launches. [Read More]
The Air Force has boosted the number of women in the ranks of its missileer contingent, which carries out nuclear launches. [Read More]
Missileers undergo months of intense training and are expected to know nuclear launch protocol by heart. [Read More]
The United States has microwave weapons that proponents believe could stop North Korea from launching missiles by frying their electronics. [Read More]
The U.S. has microwave missiles that could fry the electronics of North Korea's missiles and control systems. [Read More]
In an actual mission, the bombers would be supported by satellites, drones and fighter jets as well as aerial refueling and electronic warfare planes. [Read More]
The National Security Council has presented President Trump with options to respond to North Korea's nuclear program, including putting American nukes in South Korea or... [Read More]
Options presented to President Trump include stationing American nuclear weapons in South Korea or killing North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un. [Read More]
NBC News found 25 cases where border agents demanded that U.S. citizens, nearly all Muslim, hand over their phones at airports and border crossings. [Read More]
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