The Federal Election Commission reported Democratic and Republican party candidates don’t spend enough money defending campaigns from cyber threats, even when they’re aware of the dangers of getting hacked.
U.S. solicitor general Noel Francisco would be next in line to lead the investigation if deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein leaves his post or is fired. Francisco once worked for President George W. Bush’s team during the 2000 Florida recount.
Already frustrated with Silicon Valley, senators sharply criticize Google for declining to attend hearing on foreign influence campaigns. Google wanted to send its general counsel, not Alphabet CEO Larry Page.
Democratic voters despise Donald Trump. And many liberals say the party must adopt bigger, bolder ideas to motivate the base. So why haven’t Democratic lawmakers and candidates embraced calls for impeachment?
Two Democratic senators are asking Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to explain what promises President Donald Trump made to Russian leader Vladimir Putin during their private meeting in Helsinki, Finland.
The ex-South Carolina governor spoke at the Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner, an event that raises money for impoverished children. Haley joked she was invited because they wanted an Indian woman, but Elizabeth Warren failed her DNA test.