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By Nick Schifrin
The House Homeland Security committee held a hearing on boosting defenses against Russian cyber attacks on Tuesday.
By Associated Press
CIA director William Burns told the Senate Intelligence Committee Thursday that he believes Vladimir Putin is losing the "information war" over Ukraine, and this may chip away at his domestic support for the invasion. But what are Russian citizens hearing…
By William Brangham, Leah Nagy
A filing last week from the special counsel investigating the origins of the Russia probe has ignited a misleading media firestorm on the right that Hillary Clinton's campaign was guilty of illegally spying on Donald Trump. In a column this…
By William Brangham, Tess Conciatori
The dilemma surrounding ransomware payments has left U.S. officials fumbling about how to respond to such demands. While the Biden administration “strongly discourages” paying, officials recognize that failing to pay would be almost self-destructive for some victims.
By Hope Yen, Calvin Woodward, Frank Bajak, Associated Press
A look at the veracity of some statements from Biden’s week of diplomacy and his return to the domestic fray, as well as statements by Vladimir Putin at a Geneva news conference after his meeting with President Biden.
By PBS NewsHour
In our news wrap Thursday, Russia's President Vladimir Putin was back in Moscow offering new praise for his Geneva summit with President Joe Biden. A compromise proposal by Senator Joe Manchin to rewrite federal elections law picked up support and…
By Yamiche Alcindor, Meredith Lee
The summit in Switzerland is over, and President Joe Biden and Russia's President Vladimir Putin are headed home. As expected, there were no large breakthroughs from talks between the two leaders. Instead, both sides cast the talks as business-like, “positive”…
By Nick Schifrin, Dan Sagalyn
There was a lot at stake and a lot discussed Wednesday during President Joe Biden's meeting with Russia's president Vladimir Putin. Nick Schifrin explores the outcome of their summit with Fiona Hill. Hill served as senior director for European and…
By Kathleen Foody, Associated Press
Government agencies that fail to keep reliable backups of their data could be forced to choose between paying ransoms or spending even more to rebuild lost systems. Officials are increasingly turning to cybersecurity insurance to help curb the growing threat.
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