The Kremlin rejected the Mueller report on his investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, calling it inconclusive and damaging.
'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.
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.
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.
The shake-up has accelerated DHS's transformation under Trump to an agency primarily focused on its immigration enforcement efforts.
Butte County prosecutors have collected equipment from several additional towers along the PG&E power line suspected of starting last year's Camp Fire.
Attorney General William P. Barr ordered immigration judges to stop allowing some asylum seekers to post bail while they wait for their cases to be heard.
At the Space Symposium in Colorado, we and Colonel Kevin Kick gathered feedback on what leaders in academia, industry and the military want in education.
The Diplomatic Security Service (DSS) is collaborating with its counterparts from Peru as they secure runners and onlookers at Monday’s Boston Marathon.
U.S. Charges Julian Assange with Helping Chelsea Manning Hack Classified Information After His Asylum Ends
Julian Assange's seven years of asylum ended dramatically Thursday with the scraggly-bearded WikiLeaks founder being taken from the Ecuadoran embassy in London in handcuffs and hustled into a police van.