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Last week in the Russia Investigations: The feds sitting down with White House aides. Attorney General Jeff Sessions stays the course. And will DOJ special... [Read More]
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Attorney General Jeff Sessions has another appointment on Capitol Hill Tuesday and questions are piling up about contacts between Russians and Trump campaign aides. [Read More]
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The White House is cooperating, but a small group of Trump supporters is building a case that the Justice Department special counsel Robert Mueller must... [Read More]
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D.C. hunkers down, uncertain whether there'll be more legal action from DOJ special counsel Robert Mueller, as the imbroglio contagion spreads. Plus, Big Tech finishes... [Read More]
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Sam Clovis, who helped run Donald Trump's campaign in 2016, has been pulled into the imbroglio over last year's interference by Russia in U.S. politics... [Read More]
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A marathon on Capitol Hill this week yielded new details about the scale and nature of Russian interference in the 2016 election, but no easy... [Read More]
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Nearly a year after Election Day, Americans have the clearest picture yet about the extent of the influence campaign Russia ran against the United States... [Read More]
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Facebook ads and other types of racial agitation are the latest examples in a long line of information operations aimed at amplifying tensions within the... [Read More]
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D.C. laces up for a social media marathon in Congress and an explosive Washington Post story helps the White House and GOP go on offense... [Read More]
The debate over how to combat Russia's ongoing campaign of active measures against the West has been taking place since the Cold War. [Read More]
Facebook turned over thousands of ads it said ran from 2015 to 2017, and vowed to change its policies to make its service tougher to... [Read More]
The microblogging service has promised a new wave of disclosure about who uses it to advertise as the Hill continues probing the Russia imbroglio. [Read More]
Stories pile up about real-life activity linked to Russian influence-mongers, senators pitch new law on digital political ads and committee hearing postponed for Trump's longtime... [Read More]
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg launches a goodwill tour in D.C., more big tech companies are pulled into the imbroglio and the White House weighs its... [Read More]
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg is the latest Big Tech emissary to visit Washington, D.C., as scrutiny grows over Russia's online disinformation scheme. [Read More]
The leaders of the Senate Intelligence panel gave themselves an "incomplete" on their report card, and special counsel Robert Mueller's team met with ex-UK spy... [Read More]
This week in the Russia investigations: A progress report — sort of — from the Senate Intelligence Committee; Mueller's meets the author of the dossier;... [Read More]
In 2015, an NSA contractor may have taken highly classified cybertools home to a personal computer — from which they were compromised, the Wall Street... [Read More]
The chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee said his panel has much more work to do before it can assess whether anyone colluded with Russia's... [Read More]
Facebook turned over thousands of ads it said ran from 2015 to 2017, and vowed to change its policies to make its service tougher to... [Read More]
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