During testimony before the House Homeland Security Committee, FBI Director Christopher Wray said Russia is continuing to try to influence elections in the U.S. by sowing discord and to denigrate Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.
In a wide-ranging interview with Yahoo News National Security and Investigations Reporter Jenna McLaughlin, Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., discusses the latest developments stemming from the Senate Intelligence Committee’s report on Russian interference in the 2016 election, safeguarding taxpayer-funded research toward a coronavirus vaccine and why protecting the integrity of the Postal Service is vital, among other topics.
Liam Fox was 'tricked' into handing over his email password to suspected Russian hackers who stole classified documents, according to a report.
After the report about Russia's influence in the UK was finally published, here are seven revelations...
A parliamentary committee said the government 'took its eye off the ball' as regards to Russia.
The House of Commons intelligence and security committee is set to publish its eagerly anticipated report on alleged Russian interference in UK politics.
On Tuesday, the Lincoln Project, a conservative political action committee formed in late 2019, released an ad titled “Whispers,” which suggests those in President Trump’s inner circle are secretly mocking him. This is the latest in a series of attack ads produced and distributed by the committee, whose members include George Conway, Steve Schmidt and other prominent Republicans who oppose Trump. Yahoo News has assembled a compilation of some of the Lincoln Project’s most controversial advertisements.
At a press conference on Monday, White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said President Trump wasn’t briefed on the allegation that Russia offered Taliban soldiers a bounty to kill U.S. troops, because there was “no consensus” about it in the intelligence community.
The new policy authorises Moscow to use nuclear weapons in the event of a conventional attack on key military and government infrastructure.
Earlier this month, former Vice President Joe Biden speculated that President Trump could use the coronavirus pandemic as an excuse to delay the November presidential election. And just this week, Trump son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner made headlines when he refused to say whether the election will be held on Nov. 3. Could a second wave of the coronavirus actually delay voting? Yahoo News Senior Editor Will Rahn explains the unlikely scenario that could lead to a postponed election.
The medal was awarded to the North Korean leader for his role in preserving the memory of Soviet soldiers who died on North Korean territory.
Spain is rolling back restrictions that helped bring the coronavirus outbreak under control and save hospitals from collapse.
President Trump has been acquitted by the Senate on both charges contained within the articles of impeachment, drawing proceedings that started in October to a close. Yahoo News Senior Political Correspondent Jon Ward explains what to expect next, the surprise break of Mitt Romney from his GOP cohort and what role impeachment will play in the 2020 election.
Robert Ray, a member of President Trump’s impeachment defense team, tells Yahoo News Editor in Chief Daniel Klaidman and Chief Investigative Correspondent Michael Isikoff that because the articles of impeachment do not explicitly charge the president with a criminal offense, no new evidence is needed.
The two elephants - Karla and Ranni - belong to an Italian company that ran a show in Yekaterinburg during the new year holidays.
In this episode of “Inside Impeachment,” Yahoo News Chief Investigative Correspondent Michael Isikoff breaks down everything you need to know as Democrats begin their arguments in the Senate impeachment trial of President Trump on Wednesday. Following opening statements on Tuesday, the question of whether new witnesses could be called remains.
The Russian president earlier accepted the resignation of long-time ally Dmitry Medvedev, who moves to a new role.
Former acting Assistant Attorney General Mary McCord joins Yahoo News editor in chief Daniel Klaidman and Chief Investigative Correspondent Michael Isikoff to discuss the Department of Justice watchdog report on the origins of the Russia investigation. McCord details the dual findings of the report, explaining that while errors in the handling of FISA applications were found, there is no evidence to suggest the investigation was politically motivated.
Former acting Assistant Attorney General Mary McCord joins Yahoo News editor in chief Daniel Klaidman and chief investigative correspondent Michael Isikoff to discuss the Department of Justice watchdog report that exposed serious errors in the FISA applications that allowed for surveillance of Trump campaign staffer Carter Page. During the leadup to the Russia investigation, McCord says she didn't share suspicions that President Trump was a Russian asset — at least not a knowing one.
Yahoo News Chief Investigative Correspondent Michael Isikoff breaks down the details of the Justice Department inspector general report released Monday afternoon. While clearing the FBI of political bias in opening an investigation into then candidate Donald Trump, the report hands powerful new ammunition to the president’s allies, sharply criticizing the bureau for “serious performance errors” and “significant” errors and omissions in its applications for a secret surveillance warrant targeting a member of Trump’s campaign.