How Trump's Tantrums Benefit Putin
The World’s Beating a Path to Putin’s Door, and Not Just Because of Soccer
States Need More Cybersecurity Money
States Seek More Money to Secure Elections After Russian Meddling
More Republican Outreach to Russia
At least four Republican Senators are heading to Russia next week, a trip happening at the same time National Security Advisor John Bolton is scheduled to travel to Moscow, Energy Secretary Rick Perry is welcoming Russia's energy minister to the U.S., and President Trump is discussing meeting with Vladimir Putin in July.
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Russians Targeting Senator McCaskill Campaign
The Missouri Democrat is the first identified target of the
Kremlin’s GRU intelligence agency 2018 election interference.
The same group of Russian hackers who targeted Hillary Clinton's campaign, the Democratic National Committee, and the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee during the 2016 election tried to get access to Senator Claire McCaskill (D-MO) reelection campaign staffers' accounts.
Russia Brags About Advance Knowledge of U.S. Plans
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has made a disturbing claim that Russia will know of any U.S. or western nations' military plans before they happen because someone is giving the Russian government inside information.
Did Rand Go Rogue?
Republican congressional leadership says no plans are in the works to welcome Russian government officials to Capitol Hill, contrary to what Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) announced this week in Moscow.
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