Egypt expels British journalist, raising fears for press ahead of election

Arrest and deportation of Bel Trew, a correspondent for the Times, is the latest incident in an unprecedented crackdownEgyptian authorities threatened a British journalist with a military trial and expelled her from the country with no stated cause, in ad


Guccifer 2.0 Outed As Russian Spy By VPN Slip Up: Report

A notorious hacker known as Guccifer 2.0, best known for claiming responsibility for the breach of the Democratic National Committee during the 2016 U.S. presidential race, was revealed to be a Russian intelligence officer.


UN official: No aid for controversial Venezuela election

A United Nations official says the multilateral organization will not provide any electoral assistance for Venezuela's upcoming presidential vote, an election that has been denounced as rigged by the opposition and many foreign governments.


How Donald Trump campaign used data scraped from Facebook to win presidency

From harvesting personal information to Russian troll ads, there appears to be many ways in which social media giant inadvertently assisted head of state


Reporter accuses Russian presidential candidate of groping

A television news reporter has accused a five-time Russian presidential candidate of groping him as the sexual harassment scandal involving another lawmaker gains speed.


Russia Says Arms Race With US 'Undesirable,' Putin-Trump Meeting Soon

A congratulatory phone call was not the only thing on the agenda in the amiable exchange between Russian President Vladimir Putin and the President of the United States Donald Trump Tuesday following the former’s presidential win. A report said the two


Russia's Putin declared winner in presidential vote

Russian electoral officials have officially declared incumbent President Vladimir Putin the winner of last Sunday's election.


The 'informercial' myth: Trump won the White House despite cable news

Ross Douthat, the consistently provocative New York Times columnist, had a personal reason for being put off by Donald Trump's prowess at dominating television.


Donald Trump's lead lawyer in Russia probe resigns

Donald Trump's lead lawyer for the federal special counsel probe into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election resigned on Thursday.

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The truth is, Facebook just doesn't care that much

Until Wednesday night, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg had been conspicuously absent from the conversation around the siphoning of data by researchers working with the research firm Cambridge Analytica -- and, more broadly, the company's alleged


Facebook denies claim that it favored Obama's 2012 campaign

Facebook has denied a claim that it displayed favoritism toward Barack Obama’s 2012 presidential election campaign.


Republican candidate concedes to Democrat in close House election in Pennsylvania

Brendan McDermid/Reuters Rick Saccone, the Republican candidate for Pennsylvania's open House seat, conceded to Democratic candidate Conor Lamb. Trump won the district by almost 20 points during the 2016 presidential election. Lamb led Saccone by a fract


Cambridge Analytica whistleblower says he'll tell lawmakers about work that helped Trump campaign

A former contractor for scandal-hit political consulting company Cambridge Analytica said Wednesday that he intended to testify before Congress about the work he did for the company that aided Donald Trump during the 2016 presidential campaign.


South Korea presidential office proposes two-term presidency, lower voting age

SEOUL (Reuters) - The South Korea presidential office on Thursday proposed a four-year, two-term presidency, as widely expected, saying the current five-year single-term presidency hails from the age of dictatorship.


The Internet Is Not ‘Feeling Satisfied’ With Mark Zuckerberg Amid Facebook’s Cambridge Analytics Controversy

The ballooning crisis facing CEO Mark Zuckerberg after Cambridge Analytica allegedly harvested data from 50 million users without their explicit consent for use on Donald Trump’s presidential campaign has drawn backlash online. At least four members


13 of the craziest things people have seen in their hotel rooms

Alan Light/flickr Hotel guests come and go, but sometimes they leave unusual objects behind in their room. One travel blogger visiting Laos discovered a giant tarantula in his hotel room. Another man found a loaded gun under his pillow and was upgraded t

United States

Texas bomber is 'very sick,' 'we will get to the bottom of it,' Trump says

The person responsible for a string of bombings in Texas this month is "very sick," President Trump said from the White House on Tuesday as he vowed to "get to the bottom of it."


Obama 2012 campaign 'sucked' data from Facebook, former official says

As the controversy over Cambridge Analytics’ alleged misuse of Facebook data grows, other groups’ use of the social network have also been thrust into the spotlight, including President Barack Obama’s 2012 presidential election campaign.

United States

The Seth Rich lawsuit matters more than the Stormy Daniels case | Jill Abramson

The president causes mayhem in a deliberate ploy to distract us from even more serious news storiesWhen I hear the name Stormy Daniels, and that’s a lot lately, I have the same vision inside my head. It’s Donald Trump, right before the presidential de


Former French President Sarkozy placed in custody over illegal campaign funding: report

Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy was reportedly placed in custody Tuesday as part of an investigation regarding illegal funding for his 2007 presidential campaign from former Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi.


Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy in police custody: report

An investigation has been underway since 2013 into the case, involving funding for his winning 2007 presidential campaign.        


Gaddafi's son Saif 'to run for Libyan president' in 2018 elections 

The son of the late Libyan leader Col Muammar Gaddafi is to run as a candidate in the country’s presidential elections this year, according to local media reports.


Facebook, Other Tech Firms Scrutinized Over User Data

U.S. lawmakers are pushing for an aggressive inquiry into allegations that a firm tied to President Trump’s presidential campaign gathered data from millions of Facebook profiles without authorization.

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