After an internal investigation found that the Federal Communications Commission misled the public by wrongly claiming it suffered a cyberattack last year, House Democrats are demanding answers from Chairman Ajit Pai.
With barbed tweets from U.S. officials and caustic retorts from Turkey, the argument has devolved over the past week into a budding trade war. It has battered Turkey’s vulnerable economy, pushed the lira to record lows and forced Turkish citizens — along with millions of refugees who live in the country — to shoulder the consequences.
President Trump’s economics team is apologizing after press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders wrongly stated that Trump has created three times as many jobs for black workers as president Barack Obama did.
Omarosa Maginault Newman's recordings in the White House raise questions for workers and their bosses. As one lawyer notes: “With the iPhone, everybody has a tape recorder in their pocket at all time.”
The Pentagon is already working on technology designed to fight a war in space: rockets that could launch daily; missiles that would fly at five miles per second; satellites the size of shoe boxes; and robots that could fix them in orbit.
HZ, a Rockville-based advertising agency with offices in Los Angeles, New York and Washington, announced Tuesday that it has reached an agreement to be bought by Burson, Cohn and Wolfe, a New York-based division of the global ad agency WPP.
Fax machines may present a vulnerability in organizations' networks that allows hackers to infiltrate via devices that are connected to both phone lines and the Internet, according to a report from Israel-based security company Check Point.