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Iran growing network to train foreign terrorists, dissident group says

Iran’s hard-line Islamic regime has escalated its overseas terrorist operations, establishing a network of over a dozen internal training camps for foreign fighters, the regime’s largest resistance group said at a press conference on Tuesday in Washington.

Israel Palestinian two-state solution not a requirement under Donald Trump

On the eve of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s first meeting with President Trump, a senior White House official said Tuesday night that the administration won’t insist on a two-state solution for Israel and Palestine, the traditional foundation for international peace talks.

Trump White House wrestles with a crush of crises

Less than a month into his tenure, Donald Trump’s White House is beset by a crush of crises.

Man pleads guilty to buying rifles in San Bernardino attack

A California man who bought high-powered rifles used in the San Bernardino terror attack pleaded guilty on Thursday as the father of one of the victims angrily denounced the plea deal as a “slap on the wrist.”

Pro-government tribal leader among dead in U.S. raid in Yemen

The main figure killed in last month’s U.S. raid in Yemen targeting al-Qaida was a tribal leader who was allied to the country’s U.S.- and Saudi-backed president and had been enlisted to fight Yemen’s Shiite rebels, according to military officials, tribal figures and relatives.

Tareck El Aissami, Venezuela vice president, rejects U.S. ‘drug kingpin’ sanctions

Venezuela’s vice president defiantly rejected U.S. sanctions identifying him as a major international “drug kingpin” Tuesday, as the White House revealed details about its first major action against the leftist South American government that President Trump vowed to get tough on during his election campaign.

CIA to WikiLeaks: We're doing our jobs by spying

The spying agency says "Americans deserve nothing less" than a CIA with the best spy tools. You're welcome, America.

WikiLeaks's Julian Assange will give Apple, Google, Samsung, others the CIA's hacks to fix

Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, wants big players like Apple and Samsung to disarm the CIA's exploits before he releases them to the world.

Microsoft: Systems seem safe from WikiLeaks alleged CIA hacks

PCs running the latest version of Windows 10 should be safe from the alleged security vulnerabilities disclosed in a purported dump of CIA hacking tools.

Google fixed Android, Chrome exploits from WikiLeaks CIA data dump in Vault 7

Android and Chrome users with the latest updates shouldn't be worried about WikiLeaks' data dump on the CIA, according to Google.

WikiLeaks: Here's how the CIA hacks your phones, TVs and PCs

The organization releases thousands of documents it claims show how the US spy agency can crack open devices from Apple, Samsung, Google and Microsoft.

Hundreds of mobile websites and apps are found to leak personal info

Nearly 60 percent of leaks come from news, sports and shopping apps, including those from well-known companies.

'Hunted': Can a reality show spark a digital privacy debate?

Former White House CIO Theresa Payton hunts down reality show contestants on TV. She hopes viewers at home are entertained -- and outraged.

Yahoo says forged cookie attack accessed about 32M accounts

The company suspects the attack is connected to the same "state-sponsored actor" believed to be behind a massive 2014 breach.

Singapore's Defence Ministry hit with first cyber attack

Personal information of 850 employees and servicemen was accessed, but no classified information was stolen.

Pence used AOL email on governor business, got hacked

Use of private email for state business isn't illegal in Indiana, but it raises security concerns because, well, the account was hacked.

Bug causes personal data leak, but no sign of hackers exploiting: Cloudflare

A bug in its software left hundreds of thousands of webpages hosted by Cloudflare leaking encrypted personal data.

Homeland Security sets sights on curbing wide-scale DDoS attacks amid ‘exponential increase’

The Department of Homeland Security said it has launched a multi-faceted attempt to defend the nation’s computer networks from hackers in light of witnessing a dramatic surge recently with respect to the number of crippling cyberattacks being waged against internet infrastructure.

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