Hillary Clinton and two aides appear to have violated two national security laws by sending classified information on a private email server, according to a former Army counterintelligence agent and investigator for a public interest law group.
The Internal Revenue Service admitted Monday that an additional 220,000 taxpayer accounts were potentially compromised by a computer database breach that occurred earlier this year, bringing the total of those affected to almost three times its original estimate.
The two emails from Hillary Clinton’s private system identified as containing “top secret” information by the inspector general of the intelligence community held information about drones.
A secret National Security Agency document has revealed the massive nature of China’s cyberattacks against the United States, with nearly 700 intrusions in private-sector and government networks.
As Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign insists that the former secretary of state never sent or received classified information via her personal email, a State Department official supposes that a member of Clinton’s “inner circle” likely cleared emails of any classification markings.
Hillary Clinton on Tuesday directed her staff to deliver her private email server to the Department of Justice as the FBI moves forward with its criminal probe into the security of the email system she used while secretary of state.
Federal authorities on Tuesday announced charges brought against nine individuals involved in a five-year insider trading scheme that generated $30 million in illicit profits.
Cyber spies in China have been accessing the private emails of “many” top Obama administration officials since at least April 2010, according to top secret documentation and a senior official in the U.S. intelligence community.