Russian hackers targeted Trump and Clinton campaigns, U.S. intelligence sources say Both Hillary Clinton’s and Donald Trump’s presidential campaigns have been targete

  • Russian hackers targeted Trump and Clinton campaigns, U.S. intelligence sources say

    Both Hillary Clinton’s and Donald Trump’s presidential campaigns have been targeted by hackers linked to Russian intelligence, according to U.S. intelligence sources, who describe a wide-ranging effort by Moscow to collect intelligence about the U.S. election — and possibly even influence it. Earlier on Tuesday, reports surfaced that state-sponsored hackers in Russia had penetrated the computer systems of the Democratic National Committee, seeking opposition-research files on Trump.

    Michael Isikoff
  • Sanders, Clinton meet for nearly two hours after she wins final primary

    Democratic presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton arrive at the Capitol Hilton for a meeting in Washington, D.C., on June 14. Hillary Clinton and her top advisers met with Sen. Bernie Sanders and his wife, Jane Sanders, on Tuesday evening shortly after Clinton was projected the landslide winner of the final Democratic primary in Washington, D.C. Neither candidate spoke to the press after their conclave ended, but the pair had agreed to discuss the end of the Democratic race and Sanders’ desire to change the Democratic Party.

    Liz Goodwin
  • Trump: Obama ‘more angry at me’ than Orlando shooter

    Hours after President Obama condemned his “dangerous” rhetoric on Muslims and immigrants, Donald Trump mocked Obama as a “weak” president who is more upset with him than with the accused killer behind Sunday’s deadly massacre in Orlando. “I watched President Obama today, and he was more angry at me than he was at the shooter,” Trump said, referring to Omar Mateen, the Florida security guard accused of shooting 100 people, 49 of them fatally, at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando. Speaking to a crowd of a few thousand people at his first public rally since the shootings, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee said the United States was being led by “weak, ineffective people” and warned that attacks like the one in Orlando would happen again if the country does not take steps to close the borders to what he described as potential terrorists.

    Holly Bailey
  • ‘The example that we need’: U.S. attorney general praises LGBT response to Orlando

    The attorney general of the United States praised the response of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender Americans in the wake of the Sunday terrorist attack on an Orlando night club. “As we focus on our response to this terrorist attack — and we will respond — let us never lose sight of who the victims were.

    Garance Franke Ruta
  • Anderson Cooper grills Florida AG over past opposition to LGBT rights

    A day after fighting back tears while reading the names of the 49 victims of the mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando, CNN’s Anderson Cooper challenged the state’s attorney general over her record on LGBT rights. On Tuesday, Cooper asked Bondi if such a statement was hypocritical, given her opposition to same-sex marriage before it became legal. The conversation soon became uncomfortable, as Cooper pressed her on the topic.

    Dylan Stableford
  • Happy Flag Day: 100th anniversary of Woodrow Wilson’s proclamation

    It’s Flag Day again, and this year marks the 100th anniversary since former President Woodrow Wilson issued a 1916 proclamation establishing June 14 as the day the United States celebrates adopting the Stars and Stripes. With that in mind, here are 26 notable photos from this year that feature the American flag.

    Yahoo News Photo Staff
  • Gay community reels after Orlando: ‘We are really suffering right now’

    It’s relevant especially within that community, where the shooting has dredged up bad memories of a less friendly America and raised questions about just how far LGBT people have really come. “And to have this kind of vicious attack on our community has literally been devastating….This could have been any of us.

    Garance Franke Ruta
  • Obama: Trump’s ‘yapping’ about Islam helps ISIS

    By turns mocking, frustrated and angry, President Obama on Tuesday unleashed a blistering denunciation of Donald Trump, arguing that the presumptive Republican nominee’s rhetoric about Muslims betrays American values and risks helping al-Qaida and the so-called Islamic State. Obama’s remarks came a day after Trump charged that the president’s refusal to blame attacks like the mass shooting in Orlando on “radical Islam” proved he placed political correctness above the need to keep Americans safe. The president dismissed Trump’s argument as partisan “yapping,” “a political talking point” and “loose talk and sloppiness” that shows ignorance about how to fight the Islamic State, also known as ISIS or ISIL.

    Olivier Knox
  • Donald Trump through the years

    Trump is 70 years old today! On his birthday, a scrapbook of Donald memories.

  • Orlando survivor: Gunman was shooting wounded victims on floor ‘making sure they were dead’

    Angel Colon, who was shot a total of five times during the attack, said Tuesday he was initially struck three times in the leg, knocking him to the floor. “I tried to get back up,” Colon said during a press conference at Orlando Regional Medical Center, where 44 people wounded in massacre were treated. Angel Colon, center, a survivor of the Pulse nightclub mass shooting, appears at a press conference at the Orlando Regional Medical Center.

    Dylan Stableford
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