Foreign spy services, especially in China and Russia, are aggressively aggregating and cross-indexing hacked U.S. computer databases — including security clearance applications, airline records and medical insurance forms — to identify U.S. Show More Summary
President Obama's going to hang out with Bear Grylls in Alaska, so hopefully everyone can agree it would be unpresidential for Obama to drink his own pee. Donald Trump released a Willie-Horton-style video attacking Jeb Bush, in case anyone still wondered whether flaming racists are a core Trump constituency. Show More Summary
US officials believe that China and Russia are building a database of US intelligence information using massive amounts of files stolen from government agencies and private companies, The Los Angeles Times reported Monday. The intelligence...Show More Summary
Predator drones will soon be in the skies over Latvia. Airmen from the Texas Air National Guard will fly patrols and train with NATO allies as part of the Pentagon’s European Reassurance Initiative, or ERI. With Russia continuing to covertly support rebels in eastern Ukraine, several NATO members are concerned Moscow...
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The Moscow Premiere, Russia's only film festival that airs LGBT-related content, was shut down by the government over budgetary concerns.
Pictured: Two men kissing at the Side by Side film festival in 2012. Less than two weeks before Russia’s only LGBT film festival was set to begin, government officials have cancelled the program, reports ThinkProgress. Citing a “difficult...Show More Summary
Facebook, Google and Twitter are among the U.S. companies that are getting more time to comply with a new law requiring Russian data centers.
French lower-house National Assembly Foreign Affairs Committee member says the Committee will consider the case of termination of the contract for delivery of the French-made Mistral helicopter carriers to Russia on September 16.
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The conflict arose after Russia's “Novorossiysk” submarine spent three days at the Spanish port of Ceuta to refuel and resupply.
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ALSO, A MILITARY BUILDUP: Fear of Russia Drives High-Voltage Power Projects in the Baltics.
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The North Korean national choir is staging its first ever concert in Moscow at the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall on Monday as part of Russia-North Korea cultural cross-year, a Sputnik correspondent reported.
Five men were arrested on the Bulgarian-Macedonian border. Their mobile phones contained pictures of decapitated people and ISIL symbols, Russia’s Federal News Agency reported.
Christian Ditaputratama / (CC BY-SA 2.0) U.S. officials report that foreign spy services, including those operated by China and Russia, are organizing hacked U.S. computer databases to target U.S. intelligence officers and agents. The...Show More Summary