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State Republican headquarters tagged with Nazi vandalism
The New Hampshire Republican Party is calling on the state's Democratic members of Congress to speak out against an incident in which someone sprayed "Nazis" inside a hand-drawn heart on its headquarters.
Trump urges Mexican president: Stop saying you won't pay for the wall
President Donald Trump spoke by phone with Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto and Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull earlier this year, and The Washington Post obtained transcripts of the calls. Here are a few highlights from the two calls, which took place on Jan. 27 and Jan. 28. Trump
Trump claims he won New Hampshire because it’s a ‘drug-infested den’
President Donald Trump claimed in a phone conversation with Mexican President Pena Nieto that he won New Hampshire because it is a “drug-infested den,” according to a transcript released by the Washington Post. “We have the drug lords in Mexico that are knocking the hell out of our country,” said
Senators seek stability in health insurance market, amid Trump threats to end payments
While Senate Republicans’ efforts to overhaul the health care system failed last week, lawmakers are still working on short-term reforms, most notably to keep insurance premiums from skyrocketing next year. Led by Chairman Lamar Alexander , R-Tenn, the Senate Health, Labor, Education and Pensions
What to know about the Russian cyberfirm pulled from US contractor list
It's one of the world’s biggest and most powerful companies that you may have never heard of until recently, when U.S. lawmakers and national security officials began publicly raising concerns about the Moscow-based firm. Products from the company, Kaspersky Lab, are embedded in countless U.S.
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
Trump hails Supreme Court's partial reinstatement of travel ban 'clear victory for our national security'
President Trump today joined supporters in declaring a “clear victory” after the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to allow parts of his travel ban to take effect. While the ban will apply, effective Thursday, to people from the six predominantly countries listed on Trump’s March revised executive order --