The Trump administration has moved to give the military more latitude to conduct offensive cyber operations against American adversaries, continuing an effort begun last year to grant commanders more leeway to make battlefield decisions.
President Donald Trump's admission that he is going after security clearances to punish those involved in the Russia probe underscores the president's willingness to use his executive power to try to derail the investigation
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Christine Hallquist, the first transgender candidate to win a major-party nomination for governor, will face Vermont Republican Gov. Phil Scott, who won his party's nomination to run for a second term
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Volunteer Alex Jakubtzak, of East Lyme High School, helps James O'Toole, 20, get started peddling during the "I Can Bike" program on Thursday, August 16, 2018 at East Lyme Middle School. The week long camp, hosted by East Lyme Parks and Recreation...