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The same Russian military unit that U.S. officials say hacked Democratic National Committee servers to interfere with the 2016 presidential election is actively attacking vulnerable email servers across the globe, the U.S. National Security Agency warned Thursday in a rare public alert.
Global electronic components maker Communications and Power Industries LLC clinched U.S. Department of Justice approval Thursday to acquire a business unit of General Dynamics Corp., as long as the California-based company sells its satellite business subsidiary.
The U.S. Department of Justice accused 28 North Korean bankers of helping launder more than $2.5 billion out of the sanctioned country in a scheme that involved setting up secret branches of a state-owned bank in foreign countries, according to an indictment unsealed in D.C. federal court Thursday.
The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission fired back at lawmakers protesting the agency's recent approval of Ligado Networks' contentious plan to roll out a next-generation wireless network on a portion of the airwaves also used by the military.
Two Senate Republicans have proposed legislation that would bar Chinese citizens from securing student visas to study math, science and technology fields at graduate and postgraduate levels, citing U.S. national security concerns.