Senate panel breaks with House, says Russia sought to help Trump win in 2016

“The Russian effort was extensive, sophisticated, and ordered by President Putin himself for the purpose of helping Donald Trump,” Sen. Mark Warner said.

Senate panel breaks with House, says Russia sought to help Trump win in 2016

“The Russian effort was extensive, sophisticated, and ordered by President Putin himself for the purpose of helping Donald Trump,” Sen. Mark Warner said.

Senate Intel: Russia waged ‘unprecedented’ cyber campaign on U.S. voting systems

The committee found that Russia-linked hackers were in a position to “alter or delete voter registration data” in a small number of states before the 2016 vote.

US, UK blame Russia for coordinated cyberattacks on internet devices worldwide

Officials say hackers tried to breach routers, switches, firewalls in effort to conduct espionage, intellectual property theft.

Cruz presses Zuckerberg on alleged censorship of conservative speech

Zuckerberg says he is “committed to making sure that Facebook is a platform to all ideas.”

Researchers say fake news had ‘substantial impact’ on 2016 election

The researchers said the fake stories may have been enough to sway the election to Donald Trump.

Russian hackers targeted US energy assets, officials say

Officials describe a two-year Russian cyber campaign targeting U.S. energy, nuclear and aviation sectors.

New attacks spark concerns about Iranian cyber threat

Experts are sounding the alarm about new cyber activity from Iran, as hackers become more emboldened and skilled at carrying out surveillance operations and other attacks outside the country’s borders.In recent yea…

Sanders calls out Amazon after 2-year-old orders Batman toy using Echo

‘Alexa, we have a problem,’ Sanders writes from official White House Twitter account.

Deputy attorney general says no cause to fire Mueller

Rod Rosenstein defends special counsel Russia investigation amid GOP scrutiny.

Trump Jr. corresponded with WikiLeaks privately on Twitter

WikiLeaks said to have reached out to Trump’s eldest son on Twitter ahead of election.

Scrutiny mounts for Trump digital operation

Scrutiny on the digital side of President Trump’s 2016 campaign is mounting after revelations that the head of Cambridge Analytica, a data mining and analysis firm that worked for the campaign, contacted WikiLeaks’ Julian…

Putin critic cleared to travel to US

The Department of Homeland Security says that a critic of Russian president Vladimir Putin can travel to the United States following outcry over the revelation that his travel privileges had been revoked.

Lawmakers want immediate review of travel restriction on Putin critic

The United States government has revoked travel privileges for a fierce critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin, stirring alarm on Capitol Hill.

Trump-Mueller tensions escalate

President Trump is ramping up his criticism of the special counsel.

Trump-Mueller tensions escalate

President Trump is ramping up his criticism of the special counsel.

‘Crash Override’ malware heightens fears for US electric grid

The identification of malware tied to a cyberattack on Ukraine last year is putting a renewed focus on threats to America’s electric grid.

Trump and Russia: A timeline on communications

Here’s a look at what Trump officials have said since November on contacts between the campaign and Russia.

Battle intensifies between Trump’s CIA, WikiLeaks

The battle between the CIA and WikiLeaks is intensifying.CIA Director Mike Pompeo used his first major public remarks on Thursday to skewer WikiLeaks as a “non-state hostile intelligence service” willing to work wi…

Five questions investigators want to ask Michael Flynn

President Trump’s former national security adviser, Michael Flynn, has volunteered to be interviewed by the FBI and congressional committees probing possible links between the Trump campaign and Russia in exchange for imm…