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China's top security agency is accused of directing a wave of cyberattacks against Australia

China's top security agency is accused of directing a wave of cyberattacks against Australia

Australian companies have been the target of a fresh wave of China-originated cyberattacks this year as part of a "constant, significant effort" to plunder corporate assets and intellectual property,
'Saudi Arabia First, not America First:' Even top GOP allies of Trump are railing against his defense of Saudi Arabia over Khashoggi's brutal murder

'Saudi Arabia First, not America First:' Even top GOP allies of Trump are railing against his defense of Saudi Arabia over Khashoggi's brutal murder

Several GOP officials on Tuesday offered scathing responses to President Donald Trump's statement outlining his administration's position on Saudi Arabia over the brutal murder of journalist Jamal
US Homeland Security reportedly infiltrating WhatsApp groups and using paid undercover informants to monitor migrant caravan

US Homeland Security reportedly infiltrating WhatsApp groups and using paid undercover informants to monitor migrant caravan

The Department of Homeland Security is reportedly using paid undercover informants to gather intelligence on the migrant caravan nearing the US-Mexico border. Homeland Security officials were said to
Walmart wants its campaign donation back after uproar over Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith's 'public hanging' remarks

Walmart wants its campaign donation back after uproar over Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith's 'public hanging' remarks

Walmart is "withdrawing our support and requesting a refund of all campaign donations" from Republican Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith's campaign, amid backlash against Hyde-Smith for "public hanging"
Trump reportedly wanted to order the DOJ to prosecute Comey and Clinton

Trump reportedly wanted to order the DOJ to prosecute Comey and Clinton

President Donald Trump reportedly wanted to order the DOJ to prosecute former FBI director James Comey and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Trump only backed down when then White House
'Naive and self-destructive': Big Democratic donors back Nancy Pelosi and warn that funding will be cut in half if she's pushed out

'Naive and self-destructive': Big Democratic donors back Nancy Pelosi and warn that funding will be cut in half if she's pushed out

A host of top Democratic donors wrote a letter on Tuesday expressing their support for House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi's bid to become the next House speaker. Pelosi's allies point to her
'They weren’t deleted like Hillary Clinton's': Trump defends daughter Ivanka's use of a private email account for government business

'They weren’t deleted like Hillary Clinton's': Trump defends daughter Ivanka's use of a private email account for government business

President Donald Trump defended his daughter Ivanka's use of private email to conduct government business to reporters on Tuesday. "Ivanka did some emails, they weren't classified like Hillary
‘POTUS sided with a brutal dictator over CIA? Shocking’: Trump widely bashed for siding with Saudi Arabia over Jamal Khashoggi’s killing

‘POTUS sided with a brutal dictator over CIA? Shocking’: Trump widely bashed for siding with Saudi Arabia over Jamal Khashoggi’s killing

President Donald Trump was broadly criticized by members of both parties on Tuesday after issuing a forceful defense of Saudi Arabia over the killing of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi. A
'Peas' the turkey is pardoned by Trump after he joked that the alternate bird, 'Carrots,' had 'demanded a recount'

'Peas' the turkey is pardoned by Trump after he joked that the alternate bird, 'Carrots,' had 'demanded a recount'

President Donald Trump pardoned a turkey named "Peas" during the National Thanksgiving Turkey Presentation on Tuesday. Peas beat out another turkey named "Carrots" to receive the official pardon.
Amazon's reputation is taking another hit in the wake of its HQ2 decision (AMZN)

Amazon's reputation is taking another hit in the wake of its HQ2 decision (AMZN)

Amazon has finally chosen where it will be developing its second headquarters, which it calls HQ2. It has taken criticism from all sides in the aftermath. The criticism over its HQ2 decision comes at
Who is Marcia Fudge? The Democrat mulling a challenge to Nancy Pelosi for speaker of the House

Who is Marcia Fudge? The Democrat mulling a challenge to Nancy Pelosi for speaker of the House

Ohio Rep. Marcia Fudge is currently weighing a challenge against Nancy Pelosi for speaker of the House. Fudge has been urged by the small group of Democratic colleagues looking to oust Pelosi from the
Ohio's legislature is considering laws to ban abortion after 6 weeks, and could punish patients and abortion providers with the death penalty

Ohio's legislature is considering laws to ban abortion after 6 weeks, and could punish patients and abortion providers with the death penalty

The Ohio state legislature is considering two bills that would ban and criminalize abortion in the state. The Ohio House passed a bill to ban abortion after six weeks, which Gov. John Kasich says he
'Maybe he did and maybe he didn't': Trump defiantly stands with Saudi Arabia and Crown Prince Mohammed before release of CIA report on Jamal Khashoggi's killing

'Maybe he did and maybe he didn't': Trump defiantly stands with Saudi Arabia and Crown Prince Mohammed before release of CIA report on Jamal Khashoggi's killing

President Donald Trump on Tuesday released a lengthy defense of Saudi Arabia over the killing of the Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Trump signaled he does not intend to call for significant changes
Unearthed footage shows Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky briefly holding hands after he met her family at the White House in 1996

Unearthed footage shows Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky briefly holding hands after he met her family at the White House in 1996

Footage unearthed by A&E for their new docuseries, "The Clinton Affair," shows former White House intern Monica Lewinsky bringing her family to meet President Bill Clinton in the Oval Office in
Anthony Scaramucci claims Trump isn't a nationalist: 'He likes saying that because it irks these intellectual elitists'

Anthony Scaramucci claims Trump isn't a nationalist: 'He likes saying that because it irks these intellectual elitists'

Business Insider's Henry Blodget interviewed former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci about the latest in politics, the economy, and President Trump. Scaramucci claimed Trump is
These are the 25 most powerful militaries in the world in 2018

These are the 25 most powerful militaries in the world in 2018

With its National Defense Strategy released earlier this year, the US detailed its shift from small-scale operations like counterinsurgency and toward a potential fight with a rival like Russia or
Britain enters the 'Greek fallacy' phase of Brexit

Britain enters the 'Greek fallacy' phase of Brexit

British MPs are demanding that Theresa May's Brexit deal be renegotiated or be put to a second referendum. Greece tried to do exactly this during the Greek debt crisis, in 2015. It didn't work. The EU
Turkeys 'Peas' and 'Carrots' are staying in this specially designed 5-star hotel room ahead of the White House Turkey Pardon

Turkeys 'Peas' and 'Carrots' are staying in this specially designed 5-star hotel room ahead of the White House Turkey Pardon

Peas and Carrots, the two turkeys in the running to be pardoned by President Donald Trump on Tuesday, have been living in the height of luxury at the Willard InterContinental Hotel in Washington,
Theresa May fails again to block court case that could allow the UK to reverse Brexit

Theresa May fails again to block court case that could allow the UK to reverse Brexit

Theresa May's government is refused permission for an appeal to block a court case which will decide whether the UK can reverse Brexit. The Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected an application by the
Judge shoots down Trump's asylum ban for migrants who enter illegally

Judge shoots down Trump's asylum ban for migrants who enter illegally

President Donald Trump's November 9 proclamation restricting asylum for immigrants who cross the border into the US illegally has been shot down by a US district judge in San Francisco. The US is part