By Deb Reichmann, Mary Clare Jalonick, Associated Press
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…
President Trump has long had a contentious relationship with the nation’s intelligence community, publicly disagreeing over threats to U.S. national security such as Russia, Iran and North Korea. With Dan Coats stepping down as director of national intelligence, Trump is…
Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper saw some of the early evidence of Russian meddling in U.S. elections. Now a frequent critic and target of President Trump, Clapper has recently published a book, “Facts and Fears: Hard Truths from…
In our news wrap Wednesday, the Federal Reserve kept a key interest rate unchanged and pledged to be patient about ordering future rate hikes. Chair Jerome Powell insisted the cautious response reflects changing economic conditions, not fear of political criticism.
Top U.S. intelligence officials presented their annual threat assessment to Congress Tuesday. The discussion covered the likelihood of North Korean denuclearization, the terror threat posed by ISIS despite its territorial losses, Iran's compliance with a nuclear deal and U.S. election…
By Deb Reichmann, Associated Press
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered the killing of Saudi writer Jamal Khashoggi, according to a U.S. official.
By Ken Dilanian, Associated Press
Islamic State militants, who once relied on wealthy Persian Gulf donors for money, have become a self-sustaining financial juggernaut, earning more than $3 million a day from oil smuggling, human trafficking, theft and extortion, according to U.S. intelligence officials and…
By Justin Scuiletti
The top representative for United States intelligence at the U.S. embassy in Berlin has been asked to leave Germany.
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