The Obama administration sanctioned Russia over the election hacks, expelling 35 suspected Russian operatives and sanctioning Russian intelligence agencies. They also shut down two waterfront compounds that had for a long time been retreats for Russian diplomats. Russia is vowing its own retaliations.
The FBI and Department of Homeland Security released a report on the campaign hacking.
Over the past two months, Ukrainian state institutions have been hit by hackers over 6,500 times, leading the country’s president to declare that Russian security services were waging all-out cyberwar on Kiev.
Serbians are stockpiling more guns than any other European country.
Interactive: Nuclear weapons arsenals in perspective.
General Gregorio Alvarez, former Uruguayan dictator, died at 91 while serving a sentence for human rights abuses.
While Venezuelans suffer from extreme hunger, their military is profiting from trafficking the food supply.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe paid tribute to fallen Americans at Pearl Harbor.
A US district court judge ordered the White House to deliver a copy of the Senate Torture Report to his court’s Top Secret storage site and to “preserve and maintain all evidence, documents and information, without limitation” regarding detainee abuse since 9/11