Report on election hacking says Russia plans to do more

WASHINGTON (AP) — The new, declassified report on Russian efforts to influence the presidential election has a troublesome prediction: Russia isn't done intruding in U.S. politics and policymaking.

  • Written by DEB RIECHMANN, EILEEN SULLIVAN and JULIE PACE, Associated Press

Concerns over dumping Obamacare growing among GOP lawmakers

WASHINGTON (AP) — Republicans are increasingly jittery over rushing to demolish much of President Barack Obama's health care law without having a GOP alternative that's ready to go.

  • Written by By ALAN FRAM, Associated Press

Judge refuses to release 4 accused of beating disabled youth

CHICAGO (AP) — A Chicago judge refused to allow four black people caught on cellphone footage taunting and beating a mentally disabled white man to post bail and leave jail, saying they are accused of such "terrible actions" that they are a danger to society.

  • Written by By DON BABWIN, Associated Press

FBI deletes details about hacking effort in document release

WASHINGTON (AP) — The FBI has released 100 pages of heavily censored documents related to its agreement with an unidentified vendor to hack into an iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino, California, shooters, but it did not identify whom it paid to perform the work or how much it cost.

  • Written by ERIC TUCKER, Associated Press

Taiwan leader heads to Americas; US stops set to irk China

BEIJING (AP) — The Taiwanese leader's trip to the Americas starting Saturday will be scrutinized by Beijing for signs that the incoming U.S. president's team will risk its ire by further engaging with the self-ruled island China considers its territory.

  • Written by By GILLIAN WONG, Associated Press