Russian hackers get burned in deal with Russia's spy agency

TALLINN, Estonia (AP) — For several years a group of Russian hackers have been posting letters and documents stolen from senior Russian officials with impunity. And then the nation's spy agency tracked them down and offered them a deal.

  • Written by VITNIJA SALDAVA and VLADIMIR ISACHENKOV , Associated Press

Turkey detains 4 IS suspects, seizes 24 suicide attack belts

ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Turkish police detained four Islamic State group suspects who were allegedly planning to carry out a "sensational" attack in Turkey and seized 24 suicide attack belts, officials said Thursday.

  • Written by SUZAN FRASER , Associated Press

Labor secretary nominee addresses conflicts of interest

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump's nominee for secretary of labor has proposed avoiding conflicts of interest by resigning as CEO of his fast food empire, selling off hundreds of holdings and recusing himself from government decisions in which he has a financial interest, according to his ethics filings with the government.

  • Written by LAURIE KELLMAN and STEPHEN BRAUN , Associated Press

Price nears Senate confirmation as Trump health secretary

WASHINGTON (AP) — Republicans pushed President Donald Trump's pick for health secretary toward Senate confirmation on Thursday, overpowering Democrats who complained that the GOP drive to erase and replace former President Obama's health care law will end up taking away peoples' coverage.

  • Written by ALAN FRAM , Associated Press

Trump lashes out at McCain for comments on deadly Yemen raid

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump on Thursday lashed out at Republican Sen. John McCain, who has disputed the Trump administration's insistence that the deadly U.S. military mission in Yemen was "absolutely a success."

  • Written by ANDREW TAYLOR , Associated Press