Dr. Anthony Fauci on cresting the Omicron wave, what the government has gotten right -- and wrong -- with its Covid response, and when he expects a return to some sense of normalcy.
In the 2016 election, the Russian government sowed chaos with cyberattacks, leaked emails and disinformation campaigns on social media.
U.S. intelligence determined the Kremlin’s aim was clear: to tip the scales toward Donald Trump.
Now the intelligence community has warned of similar efforts. But who Moscow is trying to help – and why – has become its own political fight. Which is maybe the point.
Diane is joined by Shane Harris, who covers intelligence and national security at the Washington Post.
- Shane Harris Intelligence and national security reporter, Washington Post
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