The top U.S. intelligence official on Tuesday said he was skeptical that a new cyber U.S.-China cyber agreement would slow a growing torrent of cyber attacks on U.S. computer networks, and said his approach will be to "trust but verify."
For months, the U.S. State Department has stood behind its former boss Hillary Clinton as she has repeatedly said she did not send or receive classified information on her unsecured, private email account, a practice the government forbids.
Oil popped after jobless claims fell more than expected. Yet we also saw the market rise on a report that U.S. intelligence thinks there is a high probability that Putin’s incursions into Ukraine are far from over.
Intelligence-gathering efforts by the U.S. have helped prevent more than 50 terrorist attacks in more than 20 countries, including one planned at the New York Stock Exchange, government officials said.