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Mueller probe IDs long-hidden hackers

The special counsel's probe of the 2016 election is now directly linked to the Russian government.

12 Russians indicted for meddling in 2016 US…

Indictment ties US election interference to Russian government for first time, charging 12 Russian military intelligence officers with hacking Democrats

A.I. Trash Can Sorts Your Trash from Your…

Only a fraction of U.S. waste gets recycled and this new A.I. driven bin hopes to change that. Buzz60's Tony Spitz has the details.

AP Analysis: Billionaires fuel powerful state charter groups

Billionaires are influencing state education policy by giving money to state-level charter support organizations to sustain, defend and expand the charter schools movement across the country

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Russia blasts Greece over cybercrime suspect's…

A Greek court has agreed to extradite a Russian cybercrime suspect to France, a decision the Russian government protested and which could further sour relations between the two countries after Greece expelled two Russian diplomats

Plane's Scary Descent Linked to Pilot's Decision…

"When I close my eyes, I see the oxygen masks dangling in front of me." That's the lingering anxiety of a passenger on a recent Air China flight that plummeted thousands of feet after oxygen levels dropped. A senior official from the Civil Aviation Administration of China tells CNN the...

Rights group questions DEA exploit of encrypted cellphones

Human-rights group questions DEA use of rigged smartphones designed to defeat encryption

Body of Missing Girl Identified After 44 Years

After Akron 17-year-old Linda Pagano vanished in 1974, her family spent 44 years wondering what had happened to her. Now they know she was murdered. Stepfather Byron Claflin reported her missing a day after he kicked her out of his apartment for coming home late from a concert. The Cuyahoga...

Microsoft raises alarms about face recognition

Microsoft is calling on Congress to regulate the use of facial recognition technology to protect people's privacy and freedom of expression

Pennsylvania reveals cyber intrusion in birth, death records

Pennsylvania officials have revealed they had to shut down the state's online system for birth and death records for about a week after someone with apparent inside knowledge made unauthorized changes

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