The U.S. deputy chief of mission in Libya fought for composure as he recalled the attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi to a House panel Wednesday.
Talks next week between Chinese and South Korean officials are expected to feature in-depth discussions on North Korea, a Chinese diplomat said Friday.
A dozen new requirements for cybersecurity controls would help ensure the protection of the U.S. electrical grid, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission said.
Russian computer security company Kaspersky Lab will set up a division on cybercrime with Interpol, Chief Executive Officer Yevgeny Kaspersky said Friday.
The U.S. government needs to look at ways it can better protect itself from cyberattacks from adversaries like China, Rep. Patrick Meehan said.
Syrian President Bashar Assad's hold on power is "increasingly beleaguered," a top American intelligence official said.
The nation's top intelligence chief told a U.S. Senate panel Tuesday sequestration cuts jeopardize national security.
Republicans at congressional hearings pummeled U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton related to her handling of the Sept. 11 Libyan consulate attack.
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James Clapper, the director of national intelligence, has indicated he will remain in his position, a U.S. official knowledgeable of Clapper's plans said.