Data breach of U.S. auto lender left over 500K customers exposed
The leaked files contained full names, addresses, FICO credit scores, and partial Social Security numbers.
ACLU slams Trump in ‘100 days of failure’ report
'As Trump’s 100th day in office approaches, it is clear that resistance to his unconstitutional and un-American policies is everywhere.'
Data breach at online trading firm exposed customer credit reports, Social Security numbers
The leak consisted of about 70GB of data at a firm reportedly doing about $50 million in business.
Political sabotage and rampant ransomware ruled cybercrime in 2016
Symantec's annual report details significant shifts in the world of cyber espionage and crime.
Trump fails to deliver a new cybersecurity plan within 90 days, as promised
The White House has offered up no plan to combat malicious cyberattacks by foreign hackers.
1.3 million K-12 students exposed by now-secured data breach
Schoolzilla, a student data warehouse platform, reacted quickly to secure the students' data.
Reports: U.S. forces ‘misidentified’ Syrian mosque targeted by drones, killing civilians
The reports contradict previous claims by U.S. officials.
Senate probe into Obama admin. ‘unmasking’ efforts is being overblown, sources say
Senate sources say there's no evidence to show the Obama administration acted improperly.
Classified docs touted by Nunes show no wrongdoing by Susan Rice, report claims
Both Republican and Democrats have apparently viewed the classified reports.
FBI obtained secret warrant to surveil Trump adviser linked to Russia
Carter Page, once Trump foreign policy advisor, was accused of acting as an agent of a foreign power.
U.S. Customs agency withdraws Twitter summons over ‘alternative agency’ account
This was a losing battle, the U.S. government agency soon realized.
Trump’s Syrian strike echoes actions of presidents past
President Trump's predecessors gave him plenty of excuses for attacking Syria without Congress.
White House reverses stance on Syria, urges Russia to drop Assad support
In an about-face, White House officials are now calling for the ouster of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
Democrats demand transparency from internet providers after GOP kills privacy rules
'In 2017, broadband access is no longer a luxury; it is essential,' wrote Sen. Markey.
Susan Rice dismisses claims she improperly ‘unmasked’ Trump staff
Obama's former top security advisor says she only viewed reports the intelligence community deemed important.
Trump University’s $25 million fraud settlement approved by federal judge
The class-action defendants will receive up to 90 percent of their money back.
Rep. Nunes ‘misled’ Bloomberg reporter about White House sources
Nunes said his source didn't work for the White House, but new reports contradict his claim.