National Security

A website called ‘Enemies of the People’ sought to incite violence against several state and federal officials, including FBI Director Christopher Wray.

Some lawmakers suspected that the Trump administration was seeking to install a political loyalist atop the National Security Agency.

The department said it had brought charges against the suspected bomb maker in the attack.

A top U.S. general said the revered military leader’s death had disrupted Iran’s control of armed proxy groups.

The comments came at what is likely to be Barr’s last news conference as attorney general.

The Rev. Myra Brown is credited with changing the trajectory of September’s protests, keeping them peaceful

The secretary of state on Friday blamed Moscow for the hacks, calling them “significant.”

The Trump administration added China's largest semiconductor maker and dozens of other companies to a trade blacklist, continuing its pressure campaign on Beijing in the final weeks of Trump's presidency.

Storm Troopers wouldn’t have worked. Plus, it was taken by the Galactic Empire anyway.

Acting defense secretary Christopher Miller unexpectedly postponed meetings with Biden’s team on Friday.

E. Jean Carroll’s legal team has suggested moving ahead with document discovery, postponing other elements of the proceeding.

Gen. Mark A. Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs, pressed for a reduction in violence in Afghanistan.

A hearing on election irregularities became a forum for revisiting rejected complaints the president made without evidence about alleged voter fraud in several swing states.

Departing Attorney General William P. Barr pushed for the case, which traces back to his earlier stint in the job in the 1990s.

The decision caps a run of indoor holiday parties hosted by Pompeo that health experts warned could easily turn into superspreader events.

Russian hackers’ digital Trojan horse communicated for months undetected.

A tiny fraction of the more than 900 invitees showed up following an outcry from public health officials and U.S. lawmakers warning that the reception bore all the hallmarks of a superspreader event.

The attorney general’s wide-ranging investigation is scrutinizing the Trump Organization’s dealings involving various properties.

The Russian Foreign Intelligence Service is believed to be behind an operation presumed to have caused extensive damage.

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