senate foreign relations committee Headlines

  • U.S. senator says foreign agents are targeting senators' personal accounts, but Senate security hasn't defended them

    U.S. senator says foreign agents are targeting senators' personal accounts, but Senate security hasn't defended them.

    ABC News
  • Time to Bork the Borkers on the Senate Judiciary Committee

    As one of our authors said in a column at the beginning of Kavanaugh’s hearing, this current method of “examining” SCOTUS nominees started with Robert Bork.  Once the left saw Teddy Kennedy’s success, they grabbed ‘hold and haven’t let go. This is our opportunity to turn it around. We’ve been afraid to “discredit” a sexual assault or harassment victim. Unfortunately, the Left has made those | Read More

    RedState
  • Senators’ Gmail accounts targeted by foreign hackers

    State-backed hackers are still trying to break into the personal email accounts of US senators and their aides — and a lawmaker focused on cybersecurity says the Senate’s security office should stop refusing to help defend them. Sen. Ron Wyden, an Oregon Democrat, said in a Wednesday letter to Senate leaders that his office discovered...

    New York Post
  • Senators' Gmail accounts targeted by foreign hackers

    The personal Gmail accounts of an unspecified number of US senators and Senate staff have been targeted by foreign government hackers, a Google spokesperson confirmed to CNN on Thursday. On Wednesday, Sen. Ron Wyden, an Oregon Democrat, wrote in a letter to Senate leadership that his office had learned that "at least one major technology company has informed a number of Senators and Senate staff members that their personal email accounts were targeted by foreign government hackers." Google...

    WPLG
  • Senators' Gmail accounts targeted by foreign hackers

    The personal Gmail accounts of an unspecified number of US senators and Senate staff have been targeted by foreign government hackers, a Google spokesperson confirmed to CNN on Thursday.

    CNN
  • It might as well be 1918 on the Senate Judiciary committee

    Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT), 1991, during the Clarence Thomas confirmation hearings, regarding the sexual harassment claims made by Anita Hill: "When they heard about this the first time, they immediately ordered this FBI investigation, which was the very right thing to do. It was the appropriate thing to do. They did what every other chairman and ranking member have done in the past. And the investigation was done and it was a good investigation." Hatch now, when Dr. Christine Blasey Ford has...

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