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McCains head to Italy for a forum before the senator returns to Washington next week
Sen. John McCain is wrapping up the summer congressional recess in northern Italy, where he is attending the Ambrosetti Forum, along with the Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats and Sen. Lindsey Graham , R-S.C., at a panel focused on the United States. McCain, who is in Italy with wife
Trump signs bill authorizing memorial to service members who fought in war on terror
President Donald Trump on Friday signed the Global War on Terrorism War Memorial Act, a move he documented by posting to his social media accounts a photo of the signing at Camp David while flanked by thirteen cabinet members and other staff. The legislation clears the way for construction of a
Sessions vows review of 'media subpoenas' amid ramped-up leak investigations
Attorney General Jeff Sessions issued a warning Friday to members of the media, promising a review of the subpoena policy regarding leaks of classified information and characterizing the publication of such materials as an action that "place[s] lives at risk." He also warned that the federal
Attorney General Sessions: 'Leakers will be held accountable'
ABC News' political team analyzes the Department of Justice's announcement on leaks.
Trump administration pulls Russian cyber firm from government-approved list
The Trump administration has decided to remove one of the world's biggest and most-respected cybersecurity firms from the U.S. government's list of companies whose products are approved for use on federal systems, according to U.S. officials. The decision comes as the Moscow-based company,
Trump administration considering government-wide ban on popular Russian software
The Trump administration is on the verge of deciding whether to block all federal agencies from using products developed by a popular Russian cyber-security firm, which is under increasing scrutiny for alleged ties to Russian intelligence services, government sources familiar with the matter told
Senate effort to ban Russian software on US military systems would have far-reaching impact, sources say
This week’s efforts on Capitol Hill to ban the U.S. military from using software made by a Moscow-based company under FBI investigation received bipartisan support from top senators. But those efforts would have an impact far beyond the Defense Department, according to congressional sources and
Source: FBI interviews employees of Russian software firm raising security concerns in US
Pressing ahead with a long-running investigation of a Russian software company whose products are used widely across the United States, the FBI on Tuesday interviewed several employees of the firm, Kaspersky Lab, a source familiar with the matter told ABC News. As ABC News was first to report more
Where things stand with Special Counsel Mueller's Russia probe
Department of Justice-appointed Special Counsel Robert Mueller is conducting what is generally called a preliminary inquiry into possible obstruction of justice involving President Donald Trump, as it pertains to his broader investigation into Russian meddling in the U.S. presidential election .