The archive of all headlines from December 16, 2016, organized by time of publication.
Russia says American efforts to capture hackers may violate international law and it has shown that it will not be easily influenced by public shaming.“You can indict 400 people. They don’t care,” a former F.B.I. senior executive said.
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Russia says American efforts to capture hackers may violate international law, and it has shown that it will not be easily influenced by public shaming.“You can indict 400 people. They don’t care,” a former F.B.I. senior executive said.
Hillary Clinton told a gathering of donors that Russia’s hacking was an attempt to “undermine our democracy” prompted by President Vladimir V. Putin’s “personal beef” against her.She said that the hacking, along with a public letter from the F.B.I. director about her email server, had cost her the election.
President Obama said he refrained from aggressive public retaliation against Moscow for hacking the D.N.C. before the election because he did not want it to be seen as unfair meddling.He said he warned Russia, “We can do stuff to you.”
An internal report on last year's shutdown of Los Angeles schools due to a terrorist threat reveals a confused chain of command among school district and city officials that hampered their ability to quickly and decisively evaluate the risk. MIDDLE EAST