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In midst of Russia probe, NSA chief vows: 'I will not violate' my oath to Americans
In unusually passionate and stark terms, the head of the nation’s top spy agency made clear on Saturday in Colorado that he will stand up to anyone -- even the president of the United States -- who asks him to use the U.S. intelligence community as a political prop. “We are not about particular
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.
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
What we know about the kill switch in Petya ransomware attack
Cybersecurity researchers have been racing to analyze the new ransomware that struck Tuesday, first hitting Ukraine in an avalanche of attacks before spreading to other countries around the world. The malicious software has been identified as a modified version of a previously known ransomware,
Massive cyberattack spreads ransomware across Europe, US
A massive cyberattack that freezes computers and demands a ransom to open them has hit companies in the U.S. and elsewhere around the world today, U.S. officials and private cybersecurity analysts said. Among the American targets are the giant Merck pharmaceutical company in New Jersey; a major
Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway on Senate health care bill: 'These are not cuts to Medicaid'
ABC News' George Stephanopoulos goes one-on-one with President Trump's counselor.
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 .
What you need to know today: Russia probe, reports Mueller investigating Trump and more
Hey everyone I'm on an Abbas a few key developments in the Russia investigations so here is what you need to know today. First up special counsel Robert Mueller is now investigating whether or not president trump attempted to obstruct justice Moore on not just a moment. Next stop Mueller has also
White House could take months to decide on invoking executive privilege
The White House could be months away from deciding whether President Donald Trump should invoke executive privilege to block Attorney General Jeff Sessions, or others, from telling lawmakers about private conversations with the commander-in-chief. That decision process is "in its infancy," one