Cyber warfare has a new face, but the presidential candidates can't quite agree on what that face looks like.
After the DNC hack in July and initial reports linking Moscow, Trump suggested that Russia should focus on getting deleted messages from the private email server Clinton used as secretary of state. [...] Trump's refusal to point the finger at Moscow is at odds with the prevailing position of the U.S. Show More Summary
CLINTON: "Donald publicly invited Putin to hack into Americans." TRUMP on hacking of the Democratic National Committee: "I don't think anybody knows it was Russia that broke into the DNC... … Click to Continue »
On Monday, Donald Trump's campaign continued to come under fire for its mysterious—and seemingly ever expanding—connections to Russia, as one of his foreign policy advisers, Carter Page, left the campaign amid allegations that he held...Show More Summary
Russia could be more willing to deploy nuclear weapons today than the Soviet Union ever was during the Cold War, US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter warned Monday. Speaking at Minot Air Force Base in North Dakota near the Canadian border,...Show More Summary
Canada broke open a tie game with three third-period goals for a 5-3 win over Russia.
Iran, Russia, Syria and terrorist groups like Hamas are forming "unholy" alliances that are working to undermine the power of Western nations like the United States and spread Sharia law throughout the world, prominent Christian lawyer Jay Sekulow warns in his newest book.
The US and Russia exchanged diplomatic jabs on Sunday night and into Monday over the Russia-backed Syrian government's latest scorched-earth offensive on rebel holdouts in the country's largest city. " What Russia is sponsoring and doing...Show More Summary
Donald Trump has an interesting relationship with Russia, to say the least. He’s praised Vladimir Putin. His former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, had business dealings with pro-Russia leaders in Ukraine. U.S. intelligence officials...Show More Summary
As Moscow’s massive “bunker buster” falls on civilians, Russia sends a new strike plane to back up the Syrian army
President Rodrigo Duterte declared that he's willing to "cross the Rubicon" with the U.S., a close ally, and offer long-term land leases to "the other side of the ideological barrier."
More evidence that Mark Joseph Stern is super wrong on ballot selfies. It is not just about vote buying, but coercion: Instead, Garrels’s subjects follow the time-tested Russian strategies of adaptation and circumvention. On the eve of recent elections, for … Continue reading ?
Deployment of munitions designed to destroy underground structures, if proven, might indicate Russia’s desire to bring siege of Aleppo to speedy end The recent claims by the Syrian opposition and the United Nations that Russia is using...Show More Summary
Sebastien Roblin Security, Asia Does Beijing have the best tank on the planet? China has a lot of tanks. Like, eight to nine thousand of them. Who else would bother to maintain such a ridiculous number? The United States. And Russia. Show More Summary
Donald Trump has a problem remembering the man he listed as a foreign policy adviser. Donald Trump, a man who once boasted having “the world's greatest memory,” has suddenly forgotten the role that was to be played by a controversial...Show More Summary
"...Russia and Syria still believe the war can be won outright" The post U.S. condemns Russian ‘barbarism’ in Syria appeared first on Hot Air.
ABC just blew a major hole in Trump’s denial of major economic ties to Russia.
A Russian-born political secretary in Sweden’s anti-immigration party has caused a national sensation due to his access to state information and close ties to Russia. Alexander Fridback, who was born in Russia and given the name Egor...Show More Summary
Around 4,000 Russian soldiers took part in military exercises held with separatist forces in neighboring Georgia, Russian state news agency RIA Novosti reports. South Ossetia is one of two breakaway regions in northern Georgia, which have effectively been under Russian military control since 2008. Show More Summary