“I think the indications that we have now is that unfortunately, tragically, this is likely to go on for some time.”
Reports of a captured or killed American serviceman in Ukraine are false, according to officials.
NSO Group told Motherboard it immediately terminated the relevant customers' access to the system.
Prospects for peace recede in a region ravaged by the effects of climate change and sectarian conflict.
But the reward may not apply to lots of ransomware gangs.
‘We Just Really Want Them Back’: Families of Americans Captured in Failed Venezuela Coup Say They Were Duped
A year after two ex-Green Berets were caught up in a farcical, doomed invasion, their loved ones are still searching for answers.
Accused Capitol rioter Federico Klein, who had top-secret clearance in Trump’s State Department, has been denied bail.
Federico Klein, who worked at Trump’s State Department as a staff assistant, has been arrested by the FBI on multiple felony charges.
A retired New York Fire Department firefighter wins for best self-own.
The State Department is begging random Russians and Iranians for information about election interference, by spamming them with SMS messages.
Mike Pompeo Just Mocked the Investigations Against Him: 'I've Seen the Various Stories That Someone Was Walking My Dog to Sell Arms to My Dry Cleaner'
Pompeo denied that he knew about the specifics of any of the investigations — but then admitted that he had answered written questions earlier this year about one of them.
One expert says the move by the State Department is "mostly symbolic and another way to say the U.S. is closed."