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Carter Page to take the Fifth

Page will not meet the demands of the Senate Intelligence Committee to provide a variety of documents for its probe of Russian interference in the U.S. presidential election.
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U.S. bans use of Kaspersky Labs software on government systems

Acting on concerns that Russian company Kaspersky Lab has connections to cyberespionage activities, the U.S. government has banned the use of Kaspersky Lab security software, according to a binding order released Wednesday by Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Acting Secretary Elaine Duke. The order gives federal agencies three months to inventory and remove the software.…
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Mueller finds no coordination with Russia in election hack, influence campaign; leaves obstruction decision to Barr

Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report says members of the Trump campaign, including the president, did not coordinate with the Russian government in efforts to interfere in the 2016 presidential election, according to a summary of the report from Attorney General William Barr. Mueller did not find that “anyone in the Trump campaign, or anyone associated…
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Mueller sentencing memos on Cohen, Manafort point to coordination with Russian operatives during campaign

A trio of sentencing memos filed Friday in cases against President Trump’s former attorney Michael Cohen and his former campaign manager Paul Manafort offer the strongest indication yet of repeated contact or coordination between members of the Trump campaign and Russian operatives at a time when Russia was attempting to interfere in and exert influence…
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Schiff rebuffs calls to resign, recounts evidence of Trump team coordination with Russian operatives

Nearly a week after Special Counsel Robert Mueller turned in his report on the Russian probe and amid calls for Rep. Adam Schiff to resign as chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, the committee’s first hearing got off to a fiery start with Schiff reasserting his belief that members of the Trump campaign had inappropriate…
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Study supports Steele dossier assertion that Russian hackers conducted operations against Dem leadership

A detailed report by a former FBI cybersecurity expert lends credence to claims in the controversial Steele dossier that Russian hackers used a tech firm’s networks to infiltrate and make incursions into the Democratic Party organizations in an effort to influence the 2016 presidential election. The dossier, put amassed as oppositional research on then-candidate Donald…
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Former FBI lawyer under criminal probe for altering doc linked to Page surveillance

A former “low-level” FBI lawyer identified as Kevin Clinesmith reportedly is now a target of a criminal investigation for modifying a document linked to surveillance of Trump campaign adviser Carter Page, after the Justice Department inspector general (IG) reviewed the FBI’s handling of the Russian probe. IG Michael Horowitz, due to hand his report to…
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Mueller will testify publicly before House Intelligence, Judiciary Committees after subpoenas

Former Special Counsel Robert Mueller will testify publicly about his recently completed Russia probe on July 17 after receiving subpoenas from the House Judiciary and Intelligence Committees. Mueller, who said during his only public appearance regarding his much-anticipated report last May that he didn’t want to testify before Congress, will face questions from both committees…
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