The indictment of 12 Russian intelligence officers gave the public a glimpse into how large Moscow's hacking operation truly is, cybersecurity expert Oren Falkowitz says.
Trump deflects criticism with moral relativism, a tactic popularly known as “whataboutism.” Evidently, his Russian counterpart shares that tendency.
At the conclusion of President Trump's extraordinary joint news conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin, critical reaction flooded in from members of the media, political analysts and government officials, but none resonated more than that of CNN anchor Anderson Cooper.
Even for an administration whose highs and lows seem to follow one another with dizzying speed, the week that was proved especially turbulent.
It’s mainly internet companies themselves that are working to keep our next election from being manipulated: So says Adam Sharp, in a new edition of Yahoo News' “Bots & Ballots” podcast.
Automated bot accounts that spread disinformation and sowed disgust and confusion among voters during the 2016 presidential election are poised to wreak havoc again in this year’s midterm elections, according to Samuel Woolley, a leading expert.
The former Democratic presidential candidate issues a stinging tweet over the release of a report that looked into the FBI's handing of an investigation into her use of a private email server.
U.S. Ambassador to Germany Richard Grenell and State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert have not exactly soothed tensions between the two nations.
Mayor Mike Duggan balances the need to grow his city’s tax base with the conviction that gentrification is morally wrong.
Donald Trump Jr. saw fit to retweet Roseanne Barr's claims that billionaire Democratic donor George Soros was "a Nazi."
The explanations about a 2016 meeting between members of the Trump campaign and a Russian lawyer have continually changed.