Manafort Suspected of Serving as Back Channel to Russia, DOJ Says

Prosecutors attack Mueller’s acts in pursuing Manafort Judge weighing whether Mueller outstripped his authority Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort stanch in part from his suspected persona as a” back directs” between awareness-raising campaigns and Russians intent on intruding in national…

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White House Throws Nikki Haley Under the Bus as New Russia Sanctions Are Put on Hold

On Sunday, Nikki Haley, the U.S. envoy to the United nations organization, declared that the Treasury Department would be wheeling out against Russia on Monday as penalty for its continued support of Syrian oppressor Bashar al-Assad. But not 24 hours…

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How the U.S. and Allies Attacked Syria

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Telegram hit with block in Russia over encryption

A Russian law has said a block on access to the Telegram messaging app — with the blockage entered into force immediately, according to the BBC. The messaging platform has been under pressure to hand over encryption keys to Russian…

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U.S., France, U.K. Launch Strikes on Syria After Chemical Attack

Missile disturbs targeted chemical weapons facilities in Syria Trump condemns Russia and Iran for supporting Syria’s Assad statement posted on Twitter.” We warned that such actions will not be left without consequences .” Syria told you so breath securities were”…

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Zuckerberg Gaslights Congress

Facebook was informed five years ago that the “reverse-lookup” feature in its search engine could be used to harvest epithets, profiles, and phone numbers for virtually all its customers. But the company rejected the red flag until last week, after…

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Mark Zuckerberg Answers to Congress for Facebook’s Troubles

This time around, Zuckerberg will have to do more than rationalize away each screw-up. Zuckerberg’s opening remarks walk through the company’s pavilion mistakes, including both allowing Russian interference in the 2016 referendum and leaching as many as 87 million customers’…

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Security News This Week: The US Gets Tough With Putin’s Inner Circle

This week in security we made a closer look at Fin7, also known as JokerStash, Carbanak, and a host of other words. The cybercrime group rakes in as much as $50 million a month by stealing debit card multitudes, very…

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Skripal poisoning: deleted Foreign Office tweet leads to awkward questions

Boris Johnson under pressure to explain whether position has changed after tweet blaming Moscow is deleted Boris Johnson is facing flustering interviews over his claims that Russia had produced the Salisbury nerve agent after it emerged that the Foreign office…

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From AI to Russia, Heres How Estonias President Is Planning for the Future

At 48 years old, Kersti Kaljulaid is Estonia’s youngest director ever, and its first female chairman. A marathon runner with degrees in genetics and an MBA, she spent a busines behind the scenes–mostly as a European authority auditor–before being elected…

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