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The hacks targeted companies and organizations in about 135 countries
The records’ seizure was approved by Justice Department leadership last year.
It is not clear whether the attorney-general’s deliberations were influenced by Trump’s refusal to concede his election loss or his fury over Barr’s acknowledgment last week that the justice department uncovered no widespread voting fraud
H-1B visa suspension: Remote working during COVID-19 lockdown insulates India's IT sector; Indian talent will be in demand, say experts
Analysts and sector specialists said that the latest move by the Trump government is not expected to have much impact on the Indian tech sector which has a significant presence in the US.
Activists believe the FBI is currently collecting biometric data of at least 640 million adults in the United States.
Zero Bark Thirty: Donald Trump tweets picture of US military dog injured in raid on Islamic State chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi
Donald Trump tweeted the photo of a Belgian Malinois but did not reveal the name and other details of the service dog.
US officials said that the body of IS group chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was buried at sea as fresh details surfaced about the US special forces operation that led to his death over the weekend.
After WaPo obit headline describes Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi as 'austere religious scholar', Twitterati eulogise personalities from Hitler to Hannibal
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi killed himself during a raid by US commandos on Saturday
The death of Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi marks the demise of one of the most brutally effective jihadist leaders of modern times.
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi’s death gives Donald Trump a political boost in face of impeachment inquiry; Russia raises concerns over Islamic State group chief’s ‘umpteenth death’
President Donald Trump on Sunday said that the elusive leader of the Islamic State (IS) group, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, had been killed, dying "like a dog" in a daring nighttime raid by US special forces in northwest Syria
In Donald Trump's America, nationalism has become a substitute for patriotism; India should take heed, here's why
The developments in Donald Trump's America is what happens to countries where the mad and rabid narrative of nationalism takes over, as it has in India.
US judge orders Justice Department to release unredacted copy of Mueller grand jury documents by 30 October
Many of the key witnesses in the Trump orbit, including former White House counsel Don McGahn, submitted to voluntary interviews before Mueller's team rather than appear before the grand jury, making it unclear how much significant new information tied to the president is contained in the grand jury transcripts.
Former special counsel Robert Mueller to testify at high-stakes hearing over probe into Donald Trump's Russia links today
Former special counsel Robert Mueller will face congressional interrogators in a high-stake televised hearing about Donald Trump's alleged Russia links on Wednesday.
US court to pursue Democrats' lawsuit against Donald Trump accusing him of accepting gifts without congressional approval
A federal judge ruled on Tuesday that a lawsuit that accuses President Trump of profiting off the presidency in violation of the Constitution's emoluments clause can move forward. The case brought by nearly 200 congressional Democrats argues that Trump has been accepting gifts from foreign and state governments without congressional approval. Trump, unlike modern presidents before him, has declined to fully divest from his businesses.
The FTC was given jurisdiction to look at Amazon.com Inc and Facebook Inc, the sources said.
The US probe would focus on accusations Google gave preference to its own businesses in search results.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller resigns, says didn't charge Donald Trump with crime as 'it was not an option'
Robert Mueller opened his remarks by announcing that he was formally closing the Special Counsel's office and resigning his post at the Department of Justice
T-Mobile also promised that the new company would build a “world-leading 5G” network.
42-year-old Indian extradited to US from Singapore to face charges over multi-million dollar call centre scam
An Indian has been extradited to the US from Singapore to face charges of his involvement in a multi-million dollar India-based call centre scam that targeted Americans.
Chinese woman arrested by US Secret Service at Donald Trump's Florida resort carrying thumb drive with 'malicious' software
US investigators found in Yujing Zhang’s possession four cellphones, a laptop computer, an external hard drive device and a thumb drive