"Fxmsp," real name Andrey Turchin, is believed to have advertised the sale of access to the network computers of over 300 different corporate entities located in dozens of countries around the world.
The USS Gabrielle Giffords intercepted an alleged narco sub containing a massive haul of suspected cocaine and three suspected drug traffickers.
A former Houston, Texas police officer allegedly ran an air conditioning repair truck off the road, wrongly believing the truck contained 750,000 fake ballots that Democrats were planning to use in a massive voter fraud plot.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and Judge Merrick Garland, whose 2016 nomination to the Supreme Court was blocked by Republicans, are said to be among President-elect Joe Biden's choices to serve as Attorney General.
Andrew Anglin, a neo-Nazi publisher and internet troll, was ordered to pay $14 million last year to a Jewish woman after launching a "troll storm" attack against her and her family.
Two bills introduced this month by Republican state legislators in Missouri would allow drivers to legally strike protesters, or those found to be participating in an "unlawful" gathering.
"We need to recognize what a historic crime and disgrace this is," journalist Glenn Greenwald said of his claim that the media was directed by the U.S. intelligence community to suppress unsubstantiated allegations against President-elect Joe Biden's son.
A young hacker has pleaded guilty to taking part in an effort to bring down Sony's Playstation gaming platform by hijacking "internet of things" devices, Justice Department officials announced.
An advisory committee recommended that the Food and Drug Administration give Pfizer/BioNTech's COVID-19 vaccine an emergency use authorization by a vote of 17-4, with one abstention, on Thursday.
"Trump would have won the election," Republican Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin said on Fox News Wednesday. "That's the enormous influence that social media and our liberal biased media played on this election."
A 61 percent majority of Republican men will take a COVID-19 vaccine when it becomes available, but only 34 percent of Republican women will, according to a new poll.
"I don't even think it's controversial," Sean Hannity said Wednesday while speaking in favor of a call for Attorney General William Barr to hire a special prosecutor to investigate evidence-free claims of election fraud in the presidential election.
"I don't think the Supreme Court, for an instant, will consider taking up this case," Republican lawyer Ben Ginsberg said of Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton's attempt to overturn President-elect Joe Biden's victory in four other states.
"They've legalized a whole laundry list of crimes. People will flee Los Angeles," Fox News host Tucker Carlson said.
Before leaving office on January 20, President Donald Trump "will step down and allow the vice president to pardon him," New York Attorney General Letitia James said Tuesday.
"The death rate of COVID is .001 percent and we have young people that won't go to the store," Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-Ga.) said during an event in Georgia over the weekend.
"There's a civil war brewing in Georgia for no good reason," Sen. Lindsey Graham said on Fox News' "Hannity" on Monday night.
"She's our hero, she helped boost sales tremendously," Goya Foods CEO Robert Unanue said of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
In less than one month, the amount of money spent on advertising for Georgia's Senate runoff elections already exceeded 14 times the entire amount spent during the successful campaign of U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservative Party in 2019.
"The United States welcomes the reciprocal and fair exchange of cultural programs with PRC officials and the Chinese people, but one-way programs such as these are not mutually beneficial," Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said in a statement on Friday.
The Environmental Protection Agency has proposed some new restrictions on the common commercial pesticide chlorpyrifos, while refusing to ban the chemical despite it being linked to brain damage in children.
The Trump administration has reportedly refused to extend Friday's deadline for the parent company of TikTok to divest U.S. assets.
"All I can say is there was a clerical error in Harrisburg," Pennsylvania state Rep. Chris Quinn said after his signature was erroneously included on a letter demanding that Congress dispute President-elect Joe Biden's win.
"It is totally his decision and it's of no personal consequence to me," President-elect Joe Biden said Thursday when asked if he hoped President Donald Trump would attend his January 20 inauguration ceremony.
"These tremendous fundraising numbers show President Trump remains the leader and source of energy for the Republican Party," Trump campaign manager Bill Stepien said in a statement on Thursday.
Republicans and Democrats in Congress have agreed to a version of an annual defense funding bill that does not include a repeal of Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, which provides protections for social media companies like Facebook and Twitter to moderate their content.
A witness for the Trump campaign said Thursday that he "can't testify to" voter fraud taking place in Georgia while testifying at a hearing on behalf of the campaign, which claims without evidence that massive voter fraud handed victory to President-elect Joe Biden.
"Encouraging anybody not to vote is ridiculous," Georgia voting system implementation manager Gabriel Sterling, a Republican, said in reaction to calls to boycott crucial Senate runoff elections in the state from supporters of President Donald Trump.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson on Wednesday insisted that Dr. Anthony Fauci would "never work in public policy again" in a "well functioning society" over his early comments about China's information sharing during the initial outbreak of COVID-19.
"I think it's ridiculous that you're play acting to be a lawyer when you have no legal degree," Rep. Katie Porter (D-Calif.) told Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin during a House hearing on Wednesday.