President Trump ordered the federal government to prepare for a devastating cyber attack against America’s electric grid amid growing fears foreign states are set to carry out attacks aimed at plunging the nation into darkness.
The surprise firing of James Comey was triggered by the ousted FBI director’s recent comments on why he chose not to seek the prosecution of Hillary Clinton for using an unsecure email, according to White House and Trump administration officials.
The State Department issued reports this week warning Americans not to travel to North Korea, where the regime in Pyongyang is stepping up detentions and military provocations.
Foreign nations’ cyber intrusions into key infrastructure network are preparation for damaging attacks in a future conflict, the commander of Cyber Command told Congress Tuesday.
President Donald Trump fired James Comey on Tuesday after a Justice Department review found the FBI director had usurped attorney general authority by closing a probe into Hillary Clinton’s use of private email.
Former acting attorney general Sally Yates told a Senate hearing Monday she feared former White House national security adviser Michael Flynn was compromised by Russia and that Moscow would blackmail the U.S. government.
Under threat of military action from an unpredictable US President Donald Trump, China appears to be stepping up efforts to prevent North Korea from conducting a major military provocation.
China is eclipsing the United States in developing high-speed supercomputers used to build advanced weapons, and the loss of American leadership in the field poses a threat to U.S. national security.
The Pentagon this week suspended the security clearance of a White House National Security Council analyst that U.S. officials say was the target of political retribution by government bureaucrats opposed to President Trump’s appointees.
U.S. special operations forces are set to conduct operations against North Korean nuclear, missile, and other weapons of mass destruction sites in any future conflict, the commander of Special Operations Command told Congress Tuesday.