16.1 C
New York
Saturday, June 12, 2021
Home Video WaPo reporter who broke story of CIA election assessment speaks to CNN

WaPo reporter who broke story of CIA election assessment speaks to CNN

The CIA assessed in August that Russian President Vladimir Putin and his top aides "are aware of and probably directing Russia's influence operations" aimed at undermining Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden in the 2020 election, according to a new report in The Washington Post. Josh Rogin, who broke the story, speaks with CNN

RELATED ARTICLES

Chicago police officer charged in connection to January 6 Capitol riot

A Chicago police officer was arrested at his home and is facing five federal misdemeanor charges in connection to the January 6 riot at the US Capitol in Washington.

8-year-old boy sells Pokémon cards to help sick dog

CNN's Chris Cuomo speaks to 8-year-old Bryson Kliemann, who sold his Pokémon cards to help pay for his sick dog's veterinarian bill.

Watergate journalist: Trump’s actions go further than Nixon’s

Legendary Watergate journalist Carl Bernstein explains the differences between former Presidents Donald Trump and Richard Nixon following reports the Department of Justice under Trump demanded data on 73 phone numbers and 36 email addresses related to lawmakers.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Most Popular

For many tribal nations, the pandemic also brought an increase in population

As tribal nations emerge from the worst of the coronavirus crisis, several have seen one positive trend unfold: An increase in population. The Navajo Nation saw its numbers of enrolled citizens climb. The Cherokee and Choctaw Nations saw enrollment increases too.

Fire restrictions are tightened on federally controlled land in Arizona due to ongoing wildfire danger

Campfires and other activities were banned Friday on Arizona federal land as crews battle two massive wildfires that have charred more than 150,000 acres over the past week, officials said.

At least 12 people are taken to the hospital following a shooting in downtown Austin, authorities say

At least 12 people were injured after a shooting in Austin, Texas, officials said.

How Orlando’s LGBTQ Latino community is healing and mobilizing five years after the Pulse massacre

Orlando fundamentally changed after 49 people were killed at Pulse on June 12, 2016, LGBTQ Latino leaders said. But to make positive changes for LGBTQ Latinos permanent, those community leaders must continually justify their work to the state and federal government to receive funding, or else they risk a decline in progress.