North Korea responded to Trump’s cancellation of the previously planned June 12 summit, according to the New York Times. Kim Kye-gwan, a vice foreign minister of North Korea, released a statement saying, “The unilateral cancellation of the summit was unexpected and very regrettable.
Sarah Tate Chambers is a second year law student at the University of South Carolina. She currently works for the Department of Justice's Publications Unit. She graduated from the University of Minnesota with a B.A. in Religious Studies.
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The Justice Department requested that its inspector general investigate whether there were political motivations behind the investigation into the connections between the Trump campaign and Russia, according to the Washington Post. This came on the heels of Trump tweeting that he demanded such an inquiry.
National security adviser John Bolton is pushing to eliminate the cybersecurity coordinator in the White House, according to Politico. The position leads National Security Council staffers who manage interagency cooperation and strategy-making on cyber policy. Bolton’s motives seem mixed: He supports a more aggressive cybersecurity posture and is looking to reorganized the entire NSC.
President Trump’s personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, called on Attorney General Jeff Sessions to intervene in the investigation of Michael Cohen in an interview with the Hill, saying that Sessions should “put these people under investigation.” Giuliani's statements were made in response to an NBC report that investigators had tapped Cohen’s phones and were part of a series of statements made about Trump to the media.
Documents related to Section 702 reauthorization.
Announcing a new working group on technology and terrorism.
An information technology provider holds a company hostage, a serial sextortionist is unmasked and an Army Reserve subcontractor is convicted