Responding to evidence that Russia hacked Democratic Party officials during this year's presidential election, the Obama administration Thursday sanctioned Russian intelligence officials, expelled 35 Russian diplomats suspected of being spies, and shut down two Russian facilities in the U.S. Source:...
As new research reveals, right wingers understand far better than liberals how cyberspace can connect like-minded souls Source: How Trump’s savvy army won the internet war | John Naughton | Opinion | The Guardian
The president-elect has repeatedly proven that an understanding of the complex problems presented by technology eludes him, but that hasn’t stopped him tweeting about it. The consequences could be dire Source: Donald Trump is technology's befuddled (but dangerous) grandfather |...
Trump is moving the Republican Party away from its traditionally anti-Russian stance, and the Kremlin is relishing in its newfound role as a meddler in U.S. politics. Source: How Vladimir Putin Is Using Donald Trump to Advance Russia's Goals
Mr. Trump’s rejection of the United States’ investigation into Russian hacking of the 2016 election leaves him isolated. Source: Donald Trump’s Denial About Russia - The New York Times
The candidate's friendly foreign policy toward Putin would extend his company's decades-long charm offensive. Source: Trump’s Long Romance With Russia - Bloomberg View
Source: Yes, Trump's Russia connections should worry us deeply - NY Daily News
The GOP candidate’s controversial views on Russia follow his three-decade quest to do business there. Source: Inside Trump’s financial ties to Russia and his unusual flattery of Vladimir Putin - The Washington Post
Read the blockbuster new report on Russian hacking from the intelligence community. Source: Obama Administration Expels Russian Officials, Sends Warning to Trump | Mother Jones
Wilbur Ross joined with a Russian oligarch and a former KGB official to run a troubled bank in Cyprus. Source: Here's Another Trump Cabinet Pick With Close Financial Ties to Russians | Mother Jones