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Microsoft email accounts belonging to top government officials and agencies have been breached by Chinese hackers. The Morning Rundown™

Chinese hackers target government officials: July 13 rundown

Chinese hackers breached the email accounts belonging to top government officials, and Hollywood actors could join writers in striking. These stories and more highlight the rundown for Thursday, July 13, 2023. Chinese hackers breach U.S. government email accounts Microsoft email accounts belonging to top government officials and agencies have been breached by Chinese hackers, according…

The U.S. is sending Ukraine cluster munitions. Once delivered, the Russians can expect "steel rain" to be fired at them from a 155mm Howitzer.

US to send widely banned ‘steel rain’ cluster munitions to Ukraine

Tanks, jets, long-range missiles and now cluster munitions. There’s a growing list of weapons requested by Ukraine that the United States initially denied but then approved sending anyway. Despite much of the high-tech weaponry and electronic warfare in use in Ukraine, the frontlines look more like something from World War I, just with better guns.…

A cruise missile attack on the western city of Lviv served as a reminder that Ukraine's western cities are still at risk.

500 days of war: Journalist speaks on civilian life in Ukraine

A Russian missile attack in the western Ukrainian city of Lviv killed five people on Thursday, July 6. The strike hit a residential building in Lviv, which is about 40 miles from the border with Poland. The city of Lviv has been a hub for humanitarian aid and refugees since the start of the war,…

After being exiled to Belarus, Wagner Group Chief Yevgeny Prigozhin was reported to be in Russia after last month's brief revolt. The Morning Rundown™

Wagner Chief Prigozhin back in Russia following revolt: July 6 Rundown

Wagner Group Chief Yevgeny Prigozhin returned to Russia following the group’s revolt, Russian fighter jets harassed U.S. drones in Syria, and a man was arrested on his way to former President Barack Obama’s residence. These stories and more highlight the rundown for Thursday, July 6, 2023.  Wagner Group Chief Yevgeny Prigozhin back in Russia Wagner…

A Russian general appears to be one of the first officials to suffer consequences after Wagner Group mercenaries staged a brief rebellion.

Russian general detained days after Wagner Group rebellion

A Russian general appears to be one of the first officials to suffer consequences after Wagner Group mercenaries staged a brief rebellion. Gen. Sergei Surovikin, the deputy commander of the Russian group of forces fighting in Ukraine, has reportedly been detained. It’s not clear where Surovikin is detained, or whether he has been charged with…

A federal judge has ruled that writer E. Jean Carroll is allowed to continue on with her second lawsuit against Donald Trump. The Morning Rundown™

Judge rejects Trump request to dismiss defamation lawsuit: June 30 rundown

A federal judge ruled writer E. Jean Carroll is allowed to continue on with her second defamation lawsuit against former President Donald Trump, and the NFL is cracking down on its players violating the league’s sports betting rules. These stories and more highlight the rundown for Friday, June 30, 2023. Judge rejects Trump request to…

On the heels of the Wagner Group rebellion, President Joe Biden is expected to announce up to $500 million in military aid to Ukraine.

US to send $500M in aid to Ukraine after Wagner Group rebellion

In the United States’ first notable action regarding Russia’s invasion of Ukraine since the Wagner Group staged a rebellion against Moscow over the weekend, President Joe Biden is expected to announce up to $500 million in military aid to Ukraine. The announcement is expected Tuesday, June 27. The package is set to include: The aid…

Wagner Group Chief Yevgeny Prigozhin arrived in Belarus Tuesday after his Russian mutiny charges were dropped. The Morning Rundown™

Prigozhin charges dropped as he arrives in Belarus: June 27 rundown

Wagner Group Chief Yevgeny Prigozhin arrived in Belarus after his Russian mutiny charges were dropped, and the United States is set to announcement more military aid for Ukraine. These stories and more highlight the rundown for Tuesday, June 27, 2023.  Mutiny charges against Prigozhin dropped Russian authorities announced Tuesday they have closed a criminal investigation…

The Prigozhin-led mutiny against military leadership in Russia may be over. Moscow is projecting calm, but what happens next?

Prigozhin’s mutiny muddies matters in Russia, Ukraine

Yevgeny Prigozhin’s plan to bring his mercenaries to Moscow was the biggest public threat to Vladimir Putin’s 23-year reign in Russia. Moscow tried to convey a sense of normalcy Monday, but questions remain about what exactly happened, and what happens next. For starters, there are questions regarding what exactly Prigozhin led, an attempted mutiny or…

Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu made his first public appearance since the Wagner Group staged a revolt on Russia. The Morning Rundown™

Russia attempts to move on from Wagner Group revolt: June 26 rundown

The Wagner Group staged a revolt against Russia, and a bridge collapse in Montana sent a hazardous freight train into a river. These stories and more highlight the rundown for Monday, June 26, 2023. Dust settles in Russia following Wagner group revolt Russia’s defense minister made his first public appearance since a mercenary group fighting…