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Excluding Obama, every president since Nixon — Carter, Ford, Reagan, George H.W. Bush, George W. Bush, Clinton, and Trump — has faced an investigation.
Facebook's advertising problem isn't just a national political issue; it's a global one.
The banker turned human-rights activist Bill Browder, who spearheaded the Magnitsky Act in 2012, says his US visa has been revoked.
The administration still has not implemented the Russia sanctions that Congress passed and President Donald Trump signed into law on August 2.
President Trump on Saturday vented about the Steele dossier and the attention being paid to Facebook over its involvement in Russia's trolling operation.
Satellites represent only about 5% of trackable objects in space. The other 95% is junk, and just three countries are responsible for most of it.
A cat-and-mouse game between NATO ships and a Russian sub hints at changes happening in naval warfare
Western and Russian operations in the eastern Mediterranean make it clear that submarine warfare is reemerging as an important facet of war at sea.
Senators have a new plan to fix a major loophole that let Russia take advantage of Facebook and tech giants
New legislation introduced by Sens. Amy Klobuchar and Mark Warner on Thursday aims to make the process of purchasing political advertisements more transparent.
CIA issues a correction after Mike Pompeo said Russian meddling ‘did not affect the outcome of the election’
After Pompeo said that US intelligence agencies believed Russia's interference in the 2016 election "did not affect the outcome," the CIA issued a statement.