Russian Spies Used Bitcoin To Hack The U.S. 2016 Election, Says The Department Of Justice

Russian cyberspies used the cryptocurrency to pay for US servers and host hacked information.

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FBI Agent Peter Strzok: 'There Is Simply No Evidence of Bias in My Professional Actions'

The federal agent weathered hours of questioning from Republicans seeking to discredit the Russia investigation.

U.S. Plans ‘Continuous Evaluation’ of New and Existing Security Clearances

Every federal employee authorized to handle classified information will be cross-checked for signs of risk using court proceedings, financial data, and more.


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‘I Believe in NATO’ Says Trump at Summit, Allaying Morning Fears of Pullout

To some surprise, the president gave his strongest backing for NATO yet, minutes after leaving an emergency meeting of alliance leaders to address his threats on spending levels.

The U.S. Embassy In London Has Warned Americans To 'Keep a Low Profile' During Trump’s Visit

Some 50,000 people are expected to attend a protest against Trump's visit on Friday.

ICE Union Grows Disenchanted With Trump's Immigration Strategy

The union endorsed Trump in 2016, but says he's trying the same failed strategies of other presidents.

Marine Corps Brig. Gen. Rick Uribe had his aide perform a host of inappropriate tasks and routinely borrowed money, the IG found.

Deputy Commander in Iraq Misused Staff for Personal Tasks

IG absolves Brig. Gen. Rick Uribe of charges he wore unearned medals and skipped weigh-ins.

A Colombian Air Force A-29B Super Tucano flies alongside two U.S. Air Force A-10s during Exercise Green Flag East August 2016.

After Crash, Air Force Ends Test Flights of Light-Attack Planes Vying for Contract

Weeks after a Naval aviator was killed in a Super Tucano, Air Force leaders say the competition is back on for propellor-plane key to the Afghanistan war.

CIA Whistleblower Who Sought Private Right to Action Is Terminated

Agent known as James Pars seeks to expose intel community's "bullying."

The U.S.’s New South Korea Ambassador Wants Kim Jong Un 'To Come To His Senses And Not His Knees'

Retired Navy admiral Harry Harris was confirmed for the position late Thursday.

President Donald Trump meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin during their bilateral meeting at the G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany, on July 7, 2017.

Trump Backs Russia on Election Interference Ahead of NATO Summit

The president’s remarks came amid increasing anxiety among U.S. allies about next month’s meeting, which will be immediately followed by a one-on-one with Russian leader Vladimir Putin.

Patrick Tucker and Lt. Gen. Robert Ashley at the Defense One Technology Summit, June 26, 2018.

Pentagon Intelligence Chief: Russia And China Will Have Weapons in Space ‘In the Near Future’

The Defense Intelligence Agency’s director says the U.S. lead in space is diminishing and tomorrow’s skies will be filled with enemy robot satellites.

U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Clarence C. Elicio examines a tunnel at Qala-I-Jangi in northern Afghanistan's Balkh province, Sept. 30, 2013.

‘Underground’ May Be the U.S. Military’s Next Warfighting Domain

Tunnels and subterranean infrastructure demand high-level attention, training, and technology, the military’s intelligence chief says.