2016 presidential election

  by Chuck Ross Former President Barack Obama’s cybersecurity czar confirmed Wednesday that former national security adviser Susan Rice told him to “stand down” in response to Russian cyber attacks during the 2016 presidential campaign. Michael Daniel, whose official title was “cybersecurity coordinator,” confirmed the stand-down order during a Senate Select Committee on Intelligence
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Theatrics and politics are constant companions, and this week’s appearance of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg before a congressional committee was almost entirely theater. It was for show, both by the politicians who use their questions and comments to posture for their supporters and feed their confirmation biases, as well as for Zuckerberg, who climactically
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Special counsel Robert Mueller rocked Washington, D.C., on Friday with the announcement of a new series of indictments of Russian agents who allegedly interfered with the U.S. presidential election in 2016. The 37-page indictment contains a number of key revelations about the investigation, and for the first time U.S. government law enforcement authorities have in
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The United States Intelligence Community released the declassified version of a classified assessment on Russian digital interference in the 2016 presidential election. Declassified reports rarely reveal the full extent of the facts or the precise basis for its assessments, as the release of such information would reveal sensitive sources or methods and imperil the
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