Texas Democrats say they believe Russians were trying to meddle with their state convention in Fort Worth. But the electronic system stopped it and party officials say "no Russians are coming to Fort Worth."
Florida will sign one-year contracts with all 67 county supervisors of elections to improve network monitoring of county voting systems, not the statewide database that keeps track of 13 million Florida voters.
Russia has never officially acknowledged having Novichok, but documents found in the massive leak of State Department cables published by Wikileaks show Great Britain and its allies worried about the deadly nerve agent for years.
As U.S. becomes a ‘punching bag’ for foreign hackers, prosecutors increasingly move to file criminal charges against state-run hackers abroad. But U.S. cyber warriors worry that they may face retaliation, too, possibly ending up in a foreign jail cell.
Artificial intelligence may change societies, economies and militaries, and China wants to become the undisputed world leader in a competition that could mold the future of humankind just as the widespread arrival of electricity did in the last century.
A debate about the scope of government spying ricocheted around Washington on Thursday, with seesaw presidential tweets and impassioned debate on Capitol Hill that culminated with a House vote to extend and expand massive U.S. surveillance powers.