President Donald Trump told reporters Monday as he met with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán that he "would certainly agree to that."…
In our news wrap Thursday, Wall Street plunged again amid slumping tech stocks, rising interest rates and fears of an impending government shutdown. The Dow Jones was down 464 points, the Nasdaq dropped 108 and the S&P 500 slid 39.
In our Tuesday news wrap, the Dow Jones plunged nearly 800 points amidst a market meltdown, as uncertainty emerged over President Trump’s possible trade deal with China. The Nasdaq and S&P 500 also dropped more than 3 percent. Meanwhile, a…
By Associated Press
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services made the announcement late Friday afternoon, a time slot agencies often use to release unfavorable developments.
By Michael Balsamo, Eric Tucker, Associated Press
Park Jin Hyok, who is believed to be in North Korea, conspired with others to conduct a series of attacks that also stole $81 million from a bank in Bangladesh, according to the Justice Department's criminal complaint. The U.S. believes…
An 11-year-old on Friday was able to hack into a replica of the Florida state election website and change voting results found there in under 10 minutes.
By Deb Riechmann, Associated Press
The Senate Intelligence Committee hearing came one day after Facebook said it had uncovered new sophisticated efforts, possibly linked to Russia, to manipulate U.S. politics ahead of the midterm elections.
Robert Mueller’s team indicted 12 Russian intelligence officers on Friday for hacking into the Democratic campaign and state election operations in 2016. The indictment also revealed how state and local election boards were targeted, information on 500,000 American voters was…
By Jeremy Straub, The Conversation
You’ve probably been told it’s dangerous to open unexpected attachment files in your email – just like you shouldn’t open suspicious packages in your mailbox. But have you been warned against scanning unknown QR codes or just taking a picture…
ORSZYSZ, Poland -- As U.S. Army Lt. Col. Christopher L’Heureux, commander of the NATO base in Poland, wrapped up a day of military exercises in Poland, he checked his iPhone and noticed something irregular.
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