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By Christina A. Cassidy, Mary Clare Jalonick and Chad Day, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Former Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson says cyberattacks orchestrated by the Russian government did not alter any ballots, ballot counts or the reporting of election results. But Johnson tells the House Intelligence committee that he doesn’t know whether…
By Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Current and former government officials painted a sinister portrait Wednesday of Russian cyberattacks on the United States aimed at interfering in the U.S. presidential election last year. Moscow stockpiled stolen information and selectively disseminated it during the campaign…
By Richard Lardner and Deb Riechmann, Associated Press
Jeh Johnson, the former Homeland Security chief, says he wasn't aware that the FBI had opened a counterintelligence investigation into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian officials.
Homeland Security and FBI officials will face questions from a Senate Intelligence Committee on what can be done to prevent further Russian interference.
By Joshua Barajas
By Erica R. Hendry
Jeh Johnson says he believes the Russian government “did not through any cyber intrusion alter ballots, ballot counts or reporting of election results.”…
Johnson will likely face questions about his agency's reports about Russia's hacking leading up to the 2016 election and before Inauguration Day, and whether those assessments have changed.
Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson tells MSNBC's "Morning Joe" on Friday that "exactly who did it" remains under investigation. Last month, the FBI warned state elections officials to boost their election security after hackers targeted data systems in at least…
By Deb Riechmann, Associated Press
Recent hacks of election data systems in at least two states have raised fear among lawmakers and intelligence officials over hackers with Russian ties.
By Margaret Warner
Though he never mentioned him by name, Jeh Johnson's message at the Aspen Security Conference was that Donald Trump's anti-Muslim rhetoric poses a national security risk to the United States.
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