Senator Mark Warner (D-Va.) criticized Google for not sending a high-level executive to appear in front of the Senate Intelligence Committee for a hearing on internet meddling with Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg.
Lyell Read, a researcher on secure voting methods, explains at the DefCon hacking convention in Las Vegas on Aug. 11, 2018, how he set up an impostor server that hijacks ballots attached to emails and alters the ballot to favor a different candidate.
The gun rights activist is charged with conspiracy and acting as an unregistered foreign agent for Russia. Her lawyer called the allegations overblown on July 18, 2018 outside her court appearance in Washington, D.C.
Queen Elizabeth II welcomed President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump to Windsor Castle on July 13, 2018. A military band honored Trump with a royal salute before playing the U.S. national anthem.
The U.S. hiked tariffs on Chinese imports and Beijing said it will counterattack in a trade dispute between the world's two largest economies. U.S. farmers worry tariffs will rob them of profits and reduce their ability to compete in the pork market.
A person has climbed the Statue of Liberty’s base on the Fourth of July shortly after the arrests of several people who hung a banner calling for abolishing Immigration and Customs Enforcement from the statue’s pedestal.
Takatsuki, in the north side of Osaka Prefecture, suffered damage to buildings and infrastructure following a strong earthquake on June 18, 2018 that struck western Japan. The Japan Meteorology Agency measured the magnitude at 5.9.
Mohamedou Slahi speaks about his release in October 2016 from Guantánamo after 14 years without charge or trial. He thanks his supporters and urges authorities to release the remaining detainees who were being held without charges.
A US Africa Command (AFRICOM) investigation into the October 4, 2017 ambush that killed four US Green Berets by militants loyal to Islamic State in Niger concluded that “no single failure or deficiency was the sole reason for the events.”
This intercepted audio includes two Russian officers involved in the shelling of Mariupol, Ukraine, discussing orders to return back to Russia to meet the operation commander, identified as Stepan Stepanovich. The shelling occurred on Jan. 24, 2015.
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