The White House characterized the change as one that had been in the works “for several weeks” and sternly rejected rumors that Coates is the anonymous author who penned a New York Times op-ed and subsequent book critical of President TrumpDonald John TrumpFed saw risks to US economy fading before coronavirus spread quickened Pro-Trump super PAC hits Biden with new Spanish-language ad in Nevada Britain announces immigration policy barring unskilled migrants MORE. … [Read more...] about Top National Security Council aide moved to Energy Department role
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In the case of the Hannibal network, Renner draws parallels to the Technischer Dienst, which was the paramilitary arm of the Bund Deutscher Jugend, an anti-communist group in early postwar Germany that was initially funded by U.S. intelligence services, who wanted to train guerrilla fighters in the event of a war with the Soviet Union. The Technischer Dienst recruited former soldiers from the Wehrmacht and the Waffen-SS, hoarded weapons and kept “black lists” of political opponents to be “neutralized” on “Day X.” … [Read more...] about How Deeply Has Germany’s Murderous Far Right Penetrated the Security Forces?
"The American administration should understand the following: the first step was to protest near the American embassy, we are waiting their reactions to determine the second step," Mohamad Mouhiye said, calling for the US to shut down the embassy and withdraw from Iraq. … [Read more...] about Iraqi security forces regain control of area around US Embassy after second day of protests
The Daily Beast reports that U.S. investigators identified the hacker as a Moscow-based Russian intelligence operative after the hacker failed to activate a virtual private networking (VPN) service meant to obscure the operative's location before logging on. … [Read more...] about Government knows DNC hacker was Russian intel officer: report
The Russians didn’t limit their attacks to the Clinton campaign or the Democratic National Committee. I was working at the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) when the Russians hacked us in 2016. They broke into our servers and stole our private work product just as surely as if they’d kicked down the door and rooted through file cabinets. And when they released what they stole, it wasn’t just sensitive campaign materials they released; many innocent people (including quite a few members of Congress) had to change their phone numbers, set up new email addresses, or even protect their newly-compromised identities. … [Read more...] about Russia’s election interference is a problem for the GOP