In a letter to Kushner's lawyer, members of the Senate Judiciary Committee said information from other sources showed that the president's son-in-law received correspondence about WikiLeaks and Russia prior to the election.
Trump's initial remarks came after brief meet-ups with Putin at the Asia-Pacific Economic Co-operation (APEC) summit in Vietnam, during which he said he broached the subject of Russian tampering to influence the election.
The altered missive came from Campaign Chairman John Podesta's email. Podesta was netted in a phishing campaign.
The department has gathered enough evidence against the unnamed officials and the case could be brought before a U.S. court by early 2018.
Trump ex-aide pleads guilty to lying about meeting with Russians to get 'dirt' in hacked Clinton emails
As former Trump Campaign Manager Paul Manafort was arrested for crimes against the U.S., Special Counsel Robert Mueller announced that George Papdopoulos pleaded guilty to lying to investigators about his interactions with Russian operatives.
The meeting between Natalia V. Veselnitskaya and the younger Trump as well as Jared Kushner, the president's son-in-law, and former Trump Campaign Manager Paul J. Manafort, has been a target of scrutiny by investigators.
An internal review showed that Kaspersky detected Win32.Mokes.hvl malware in the file on a computer used by an NSA worker who had downloaded and installed a pirate copy of Microsoft Office at home.
In the first phase of the transparency initiative, Kaspersky Lab plans to start an independent review of its source code and an assessment of its secure development lifecycle processes.
Jeff Sessions told the Senate Judiciary Committee that he was not part of the "Russian facade."
The investigator interviewed Matt Tait, who has maintained that the late Peter W. Smith solicited his help in locating deleted emails that he thought Russian hackers may have obtained from Hillary Clinton's private email server.
The cyberespionage group Leviathan is targeting high-value targets in the maritime industries, naval defense contractors, and associated research institutions.
Deputy AG Rod J. Rosenstein called for tech companies to use "responsible encryption."
Clinton told an Australian television program that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange weaponized information that was used against her presidential campaign.
FireEye called the attempt "early-stage reconnaissance" and believes North Korean operatives don't have the capability to disrupt the power supply.
The founder of a professional networking site was sentenced to a year and one day in prison after hacking into a competitor's database.
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.
Russia's efforts were uncovered by the Israel's intelligence officers who hacked into Kaspersky's networks and spied on the Russian spies in real time, the New York Times reported.
A cybercriminal stole proprietary client reports from Forrester Research after stealing valid user credentials for the firm's site.
Mueller team members traveled abroad to interview former British intelligence agent Christopher Steele.
The hackers have so far accessed the phones of 4,000 NATO troops in Europe.
The Senate Intelligence Committee has conducted more than 100 interviews, according to Chairman Robert Burr, R-N.C.
Wray said the FBI is increasing its efforts to intertwine intelligence and operations, asking Congress to renew Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) without a sunset provision.
Roger Stone denied he colluded with Russian operatives to influence the 2016 presidential election.
Paul Manafort called for a full investigation into a leak that revealed he was the subject of a FISA Court order.
Suspicious of his work on behalf of Ukraine's ruling party, investigators first obtained a FISA court order to tap Manafort in 2014, according to a report by CNN.
The Wall Street Journal reported that Facebook shared copies of ads with Mueller's investigation as well as the criteria the accounts used to target the those ads.
Cohen was a central character is the infamous Steele dossier and interacted with Russian-born Trump associate Felix Sater, who boasted he could solicit Putin's endorsement to get Trump elected president.