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Defense Sec. Mattis: North Korea’s ‘Reckless’ Actions Must Be Stopped

U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said Friday that North Korea’s “reckless” actions must be stopped. Defense Sec. Mattis: North Korea's 'Reckless' Actions Must Be Stopped https://t.co/36460KZ1CW pic.twitter.com/bNh6LGuRWW — Mikael Thalen (@MikaelThalen) March 31, 2017 Speaking beside British Defense Minister Michael Fallon at a London press conference, Mattis alluded to North ...

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WikiLeaks’ ‘Dark Matter’ Dump Shows CIA’s iPhone, MacBook Hacks

CIA documents published by WikiLeaks Thursday reveal hacks used by the agency against Apple cellphones and computers. Dubbed “Dark Matter,” the documents, a new addition to WikiLeaks’ ongoing “Vault 7” dump, detail hacks leveraged against iPhones and MacBooks as far back as 2008. “These documents explain the techniques used by ...

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Debunked Trump Server Story Resurfaces Amid Wiretap Controversy

A previously debunked claim alleging then-candidate Donald Trump ran a “secret server” to communicate with Russia during the 2016 presidential race has resurfaced. After President Trump on Saturday accused his predecessor, President Barack Obama, of illegally wiretapping phone calls at New York’s Trump Tower, media outlets began to list possible ...

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The Sessions Controversy Explained

Critics of Attorney General Jeff Sessions have accused the former senator of purposefully lying about contacts with Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak last year. The incident stems from comments made by Sessions under oath during his confirmation hearing for attorney general on January 10. When asked by Democratic Senator Al Franken ...

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Iraqi Intelligence Finds ISIS Jihadists Among Refugees

Numerous ISIS jihadists were detained by Iraqi intelligence among refugees fleeing Mosul this week. According to Reuters, several hundred men were stopped by the officers as they attempted to escape the front lines in the war-torn region. One of the suspected jihadists, a teenager, reticently admitted to joining the terrorist ...

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