U.S. Sen. Tammy Duckworth Hits Back At Trump And Carlson: 'These Titanium Legs Don't Buckle'"Attacks from self-serving, insecure men who can't tell the difference between true patriotism and hateful nationalism will never diminish my love for this country -- or my willingness to sacrifice for it so they don't have to. These titanium legs don't buckle," she wrote in a New York Times op-ed.
U.S. Sen Tammy Duckworth Demands More Details On Russian BountiesDuckworth sent a new letter to Defense Secretary Mark Esper on Thursday voicing her frustration with the information provided by the Pentagon to date.
Sen. Tammy Duckworth Demands Senate Hearing Into Report Russia Secretly Offered Bounties To Afghan Militants For Killing U.S. TroopsThe New York Times reported Friday that American intelligence officials have concluded a Russian intelligence unit secretly offered bounties to Taliban-linked militants for killing U.S. troops in Afghanistan.
After Russian Hack Of Illinois Voter Database In 2016, State Beefed Up Election CybersecurityThree-and-a-half years after a Russian breach of voter databases, the fight against foreign influence on voters continues nationwide.
Russian Firm Sues Boeing Over Max Jet, Says Defects HiddenBoeing lost $3 billion in the second quarter after taking a $4.9 billion after-tax charge to cover future costs of compensating airlines and other Max customers. Boeing is working to upgrade flight-control software implicated in the crashes, and expects the plane to be cleared to fly in November.
Illinois Politicians Debate President Trump's Future After Mueller Report ReleasedDepending on your political perspective, this day is either a relief, or the start of more scrutiny.
Facebook Blocks 115 Accounts Ahead Of U.S. Midterm ElectionsAlmost all of the Facebook pages associated with the blocked accounts appeared to be in French or Russian.
U.S. Begins Military Exercise In Syria In Response To Russian Military ThreatsThe Pentagon has been unusually public in disclosing the potential Russian threat, in hopes that its statements will warn the Russians off the area.
As Elections Approach, What's The Risk Of Russian Meddling?Experts said it is too late to safeguard U.S. voting systems and campaigns this election cycle.
Russian Plane Crash Leaves 18 Hurt, First Responder Dies At SceneRussia's Investigative Committee launched a criminal investigation into the incident.
NSA Leaker Reality Winner Sentenced To 63 Months In PrisonWinner initially faced 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine, but accepted a plea deal.
Facebook Removes 652 Pages, Groups And Accounts Linked To Iran, RussiaFacebook said Tuesday it had removed 652 pages, accounts and groups tied to a newly discovered influence campaign.
Suspected Russian Spy Caught Working Inside US Embassy In MoscowA suspected Russian spy was employed for more than a decade at the US Embassy in Moscow before being fired last year, a senior administration official tells CNN.
Giuliani Says He's Not Sure Collusion Is A Crime, Despite Mueller InvestigationPresident Donald Trump's lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, said Monday that he's not sure collusion with Russia would be considered a crime.
Trump Denies Advance Knowledge Of Son's Meeting With Russian LawyerPresident Trump took to Twitter Friday morning to deny that he knew about his son's meeting in Trump Tower in June 2016, following news that his longtime attorney Michael Cohen is willing to tell special counsel Robert Mueller that the presidential candidate knew about the meeting in advance.