China says US diplomatic boycott violates Olympic spirit
China accused the United States of violating the Olympic spirit on Tuesday after the Biden administration announced a diplomatic boycott of the Beijing Winter Games over human rights concerns.
Jan. 6 committee threatens contempt action after Mark Meadows says he will not attend deposition
The House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection said it will “be left no choice” but to move to advance criminal contempt of Congress proceedings against Mark Meadows, a former chief of staff in the Trump White House, if Meadows does not appear at a deposition scheduled for Wednesday.
Ohio filmmakers preserving World War II history with YouTube channel
Joshua Scott, 38, said their mission is to preserve the history of WWII veterans for younger generations to understand and learn from the "Greatest Generation."
Defense rests: Smollett testifies alleged racist, homophobic attack ‘was no hoax’
Jussie Smollett sought to refute testimony from two brothers who said Smollett orchestrated an anti-gay, racist attack, giving them $100 for supplies and instructing them to place a noose around his neck and yell homophobic slurs. They also said Smollett gave them a $3,500 check to carry out the alleged hoax.
Google disrupted a massive botnet that hackers used to steal information and mine cryptocurrency
Google is suing two Russia-based individuals it alleges are behind a massive network of infected computers that have been used for crimes ranging from the theft of personal information to secretly mining bitcoin on the computers of unsuspecting hacking victims.
Afghan siblings who left behind parents are starting new life in New York
Khudadad Mohammadi and his sister, Haseena, are the first refugees who fled Afghanistan this summer to be received in Syracuse by the agency InterFaith Works of Central New York.
Dozens of deceptive websites set up to lure military community, report says
Scammers targeting the military community have created a network of 50 websites that aim to steal personal information or that advertise care packages and phone cards to troops for exorbitant prices, a cybersecurity firm said in a new report.
What's behind Russia-Ukraine tensions?
Ukrainian and Western officials are worried that a Russian military buildup near Ukraine could signal plans by Moscow to invade its ex-Soviet neighbor.
Cutting-edge Space Force radar installed at Clear base
The Long Range Discrimination Radar has an enormous field of vision over huge swaths of the Pacific theater and is touted for its ability to quickly spot and identify complex components from intercontinental ballistic missiles launched high into the atmosphere.
‘The cost of war’: Colo. resident’s DNA helps identify veteran’s remains 80 years after his death at Pearl Harbor
Beverly Carrigan said she and her sister were happy to provide DNA, but as the years continued on, she all but forgot she'd done so. That is until February, when she received the call that her uncle, George Paradis, had been identified.