Federal prosecutors now claim that former NSA contractor Harold Martin III’s theft of top-secret information was "breathtaking in its longevity and scale," directly contradicting initial claims that Russian hackers were responsible.
The journalist who wrote the debunked Trump-Putin conspiracy theory - and was exposed by Sputnik of admitting to being fed the story to malign the candidate by US intelligence officials - has updated, instead of retracting, his story. After which he had a complete breakdown on Twitter and threatened to use Newsweek’s lawyers against Sputnik.
A new cost estimate for the life-extension program (LEP) of the B61-12 atomic bomb has been completed, and it shows that the program won’t be cheap.
Iranian-US friendship marks its 61st anniversary this year. However, for one party this friendship is quite burdensome. At least, so it is seems to be for the Islamic Republic as Tehran intends to file a lawsuit against Washington's failure to comply with the provisions of the 1955 US-Iran Treaty of Amity, Economic Relations and Consular Rights.
The US intelligence community’s recent charges that the Russian government was responsible for hacks against Democratic Party targets were primarily intended to inform American voters, US Director of National Intelligence James Clapper told a forum of intelligence professionals on Thursday.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said on Thursday at a rally in Delaware, Ohio that he will accept the results of the 2016 US election if he wins.
US President Barack Obama could had known about Hillary Clinton's use of private server and email account for official business, while she served as secretary of state, despite his recent statements, one of the emails allegedly obtained by WikiLeaks from Clinton campaign chair John Podesta’s hacked account showed on Thursday.
Wikileaks has released the latest wave of incriminating emails between members of Hillary Clinton's campaign team, which reveal that wealthy donors to the Clinton Foundation paid for uncomfortably close access to the State Department during Mrs Clinton's time there.
The United States condemns a missile launch attempt by North Korea on Wednesday night, US Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter said in a press conference.
US Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton received debate questions ahead of the campaign's third and final debate on Wednesday night, Republican rival Donald Trump claimed in a Twitter message.
Former Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu sought a meeting with Democratic Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton during the UN General Assembly in September 2015, emails by Clinton campaign chair John Podesta leaked by WikiLeaks on Thursday revealed.
The king of Morocco, Mohammed VI, paid about $12 million to ensure a Clinton Foundation event featured Hillary Clinton, emails posted by WikiLeaks from the account of the Democratic presidential nominee’s campaign chairman, John Podesta, revealed Thursday.
All aircraft of the US-led coalition are safe, the Pentagon said.
WikiLeaks released on its website Thursday the 13th portion of emails sent to or by John Podesta, the campaign chairman of the US Democratic party presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton.
US presidential candidate Donald Trump on Thursday declared himself the winner of the final televised debate after several polls showed him ahead of Hillary Clinton by a wide margin.
Donald Trump refused in his final debate with Democratic rival Hillary Clinton to rule out the possibility that he would reject the outcome of the US presidential election.
Donald Trump vowed in the third and final debate with Democratic rival Hillary Clinton to terminate NAFTA if he is unable to renegotiate it into a better deal..
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said that if US-backed rebels in Syria are successful in overthrowing the government the country could wind up in worse hands than those of President Bashar Assad.
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