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U.S. Spy Chief: ‘I Don’t Know What Happened’ in Helsinki

Director of National Intelligence Coats got another surprise Thursday: Putin is coming to town.

Chinese Hackers Targeted Internet-of-Things During Trump-Putin Summit

A spike in attacks sought access to devices that might yield audio or visual intelligence.

Russian troops march during the Victory Day military parade to celebrate 73 years since the end of WWII and the defeat of Nazi Germany, in Moscow, Russia, Wed, May 9, 2018

After Secret Trump Meeting, Russia Offers to Resume Military Relations

Did Trump offer to normalize relations? It would be complicated — and Congress gets a vote.

Will Roper, then director of strategic capabilities for the office of the Secretary of Defense, visits Hurlburt Field to get a better understanding of Team Hurlburts Air Commandos and their capabilities on July 25, 2017.

The Air Force Wants More Commercial Companies Working AI Projects

Defense leaders issue a new call to industry after a study finds just two of 100 top AI firms have Pentagon contracts.

The White House Transcript Is Missing the Most Explosive Part of the Trump–Putin Press Conference

It’s not clear whether the omission was intended, but the meaning of a key exchange is dramatically altered as a result.

Pentagon Watchdog to Examine Sexual Harassment at Defense Schools

Senate committee requested review as part of family readiness push.

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein announced the 12 Russian indictments Friday.

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.

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.