U.S. elections continue to be a target of foreign interference. Microsoft announced Thursday that Russia, China and Iran are all trying to hack campaigns and officials. The news comes one day after a whistleblower from the Department of Homeland Security…
With Election Day just over two months away, Americans will begin casting ballots in a few weeks. The U.S. intelligence community has already warned of multiple attempts by foreign powers to intervene in the November election. But now comes word…
Wired magazine’s Steven Levy has reported on Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg for years. In his new book, "Facebook: The Inside Story," Levy draws upon that familiarity, as well as a young Zuckerberg's recently unearthed journals, for an intimate look at…
Democrats leaving the meeting said they had more questions and had heard conflicting evidence.
By Mary Clare Jalonick, Eric Tucker, Associated Press
Multiple news outlets report that U.S. intelligence officials told House lawmakers recently that Russia is actively trying to help President Trump be reelected. In response, Trump has lashed out at Democrats, saying they are starting a “rumor” about Russian election…
By Associated Press
The Vermont senator issued a statement immediately after the Washington Post reported U.S. officials have told Sanders that Russia was trying to help his campaign. The statement did not confirm the report.
By Eric Tucker, Associated Press
FBI Director Chris Wray says Russia is engaged in "information warfare" heading into the 2020 presidential election. But he says law enforcement hasn't seen ongoing efforts by Russia to interfere in America's election infrastructure.
By Barbara Ortutay, Amanda Seitz, Associated Press
Online political ads are still vulnerable to manipulation in this year's U.S. election. That's according to experts who warn that foreign governments and domestic grifters could try to influence the election again this year, just as they did in 2016.
By Rod McGuirk, Associated Press
It was revealed this week that Trump had asked world leaders for help in Attorney General William Barr's investigation into how the Russia investigation began.
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