WASHINGTON, D.C. Republican U.S. Senator John McCain has scheduled a Jan. 5 hearing on foreign cyber threats to the United States, after Washington ordered the expulsion of Russian diplomats over computer hacking in the November presidential election. Witnesses called to testify include Director of National Intelligence James Clapper and Admiral Mike Rogers, head of the U.S. Cyber Command, according to a post on Friday on the website of the Senate Armed Services Committee that McCain leads.
RALEIGH — In his first official presentation to the North Carolina General Assembly, Gov. Roy Cooper was introduced by Speaker Tim Moore (R-Kings Mountain) Monday night to give the State of the State address. Cooper’s […]
ALMATY, Kazakhstan Suspected Islamist militants killed at least four policemen and one civilian in Kazakhstan’s financial capital Almaty Monday, security and hospital sources said, the second attack on the security services in less than […]
WASHINGTON, D.C. Gary Johnson, the Libertarian Party candidate in the 2016 U.S. presidential race, was questioned about a major flashpoint of the Syrian civil war on Thursday and asked, “What is Aleppo?”The gaffe came […]