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Kremlin rejects Mueller report, calling it inconclusive, harmful to U.S.-Russia ties

The Kremlin rejected the Mueller report on his investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, calling it inconclusive and damaging.

Facebook Responds To U.K. Regulation And Bans Far Right Groups EDL, BNP And Britain First

On Thursday, Facebook responded to U.K. regulation and announced a permanent ban on all of the U.K.’s most prominent far-right groups.

Canadian sentenced to life in prison for US airport attack

A Canadian man convicted of terrorism for nearly killing a Michigan police officer in an airport attack was sentenced to life in prison on Thursday.

Congress plunges into Mueller report, subpoena upcoming

It's now up to Congress to decide what to do with special counsel Robert Mueller's findings about President Donald Trump.

Redactions heavier on Russian meddling than on obstruction

In the recently released report by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, redactions are heavier on Russian meddling than on obstruction.

'American Taliban' John Walker Lindh set for release in May under restricted internet access

'American Taliban' John Walker Lindh, sentenced to 20 years in prison in 2002, will walk free next month, albeit with restrictions on his internet access.

A Government Hacks The Web's Phone Book, And Erodes Trust In The Internet

Researchers said it was one of the scarier attacks, as it marked when a government dedicated significant resources to targeting a vital piece of the Web.

South Sudan is at risk of new conflict. Can the U.N. protect its civilians?

The risk of renewed conflict puts a new spotlight on the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) and whether it is able to protect civilians.

Under Trump, immigration enforcement dominates Homeland Security mission

The shake-up has accelerated DHS's transformation under Trump to an agency primarily focused on its immigration enforcement efforts.

FBI to test PG&E equipment in Camp Fire criminal investigation

Butte County prosecutors have collected equipment from several additional towers along the PG&E power line suspected of starting last year's Camp Fire.