A meticulous analysis of online activity during the 2016 campaign makes a powerful case that targeted cyberattacks by hackers and trolls were decisive. Donald Trump has adopted many contradictory positions
Sirius XM's $3.5 billion Pandora deal is a bet on the future of streaming — here’s how its largest shareholder, 'cable cowboy'
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New York Times reporter Dave Itzkoff details the beloved star’s heartbreaking decline in this exclusive excerpt from Robin, his new biography. Robin Williams’s August 2014 suicide was devastating to those
The notorious dossier on the President’s ties to Russia is one of the most hotly debated documents in Washington. Jane Mayer profiles the dossier’s author, a former British intelligence agent named Christopher
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In the final days before Donald Trump was sworn in as president, members of his inner circle pleaded with him to acknowledge publicly what U.S. intelligence agencies had already concluded — that Russia’s
In 1987, a young real estate developer traveled to the Soviet Union. The KGB almost certainly made the trip happen. It was 1984 and General Vladimir Alexandrovich Kryuchkov had a problem. The general one
The inside story of how a former British spy was hired to investigate Russia’s influence on Trump – and uncovered explosive evidence that Moscow had been cultivating Trump for years. By Luke Harding Moscow,
When FBI agents Jim Wedick and Jack Brennan began to track the '70s most notorious financial fraudster, Phil Kitzer, they had no idea how wrapped up in his world they’d become. An exclusive excerpt from
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His nuclear research helped a judge determine that former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko had been assassinated – likely on Putin’s orders. Just months after the verdict, the scientist himself was found
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When the House Republican Conference gathered in Washington, D.C., on Thursday morning, it was greeted by a couple of motivational songs: “Eye of the Tiger” and “Taking Care of Business.” On Twitter, A.P.’s
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Why won’t the President rein in the intelligence community? On March 12, 2013, James R. Clapper appeared before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence to discuss the threats facing America. Clapper,
Since Jorge Mario Bergoglio became Pope Francis, a little more than a year and a half ago, the Argentine has radically changed the tone and the mood surrounding the Catholic Church. But the question remained:
The criminal’s guide to upward mobility. In 1964, the anthropologist Francis Ianni was introduced to a man in a congressional waiting room. His name was Philip Alcamo. People called him Uncle Phil, and