Investigators: Russian trolls set up fake groups to organize real activists
Authorities say the St. Petersburg-based Internet Research Agency created front groups that encouraged American activists to take real-world action, such as organizing demonstrations, giving speeches and making videos.
Authorities: Russian trolls set up fake groups to organize real activists
Investigators say the St. Petersburg-based Internet Research Agency created front groups that encouraged American activists to take real-world action, such as organizing demonstrations, giving speeches and making videos.
The Note: Spotlight turns to Sessions on Russia probe and Trump's executive privilege
Attorney General Jeff Sessions testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee today in an oversight hearing.
Oct. 22, 1962: President Kennedy announces the existence of Russian missiles in Cuba in televised address
Kennedy demanded the removal of the missiles and announced a naval quarantine of Cuba.
'Issue of collusion' with Russia still open, Senate intel chief says
The top two members of the Senate Intelligence Committee gave a detailed update on the panel's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election today, saying that the "issue of collusion" with Russia remains open.
Facebook turns over 3,000 Russia -linked ads to Congress
FaceBook turning over thousands of Russia linked adds to congress now the company delivering more than 3000 apps House Intelligence Committee. That's getting Russian interference during the election. FaceBook now revealing it discovered 458. Counts linked to Russia. The company now says it will
Russia's Navalny, associates detained ahead of rally
Police took Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny into custody in Moscow on Friday and detained his associates in a city where he was heading for a rally.
Kushner lawyer: No private emails related to Russia investigation
Meantime the White House has reportedly launched an internal investigation into the use of private email Mike top officials in the administration. Politico reports Jared concerned about could Trump's use of private emails for government businesses. Are the focus of interest a spokesperson did not
Senator slams Twitter presentation on Russia
Three executives from the company met with leaders on Capitol Hill on Thursday.
Investigators say Russian -generated Facebook posts part of election interference effort
The posts appeared to come from a group called Secured Borders but Congressional investigators say they were in fact created by Russian companies which paid more than $100,000 to Facebook to promote them during and after the election.