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3. [Newsa] Joe Kennedy III: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

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[Newsa] Joe Kennedy III: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

Joe Kennedy III (Getty) Joseph P. Kennedy III, 35, represents Massachusetts fourth Congressional District in the House and will speak at the Democratic National Convention. He is a member of the famed Kennedy family, as the son of former Congressman Joseph P. Kennedy II and grandson of Robert F. Kennedy. He has always been interested in politics and is now running for a third term in Congress. Kennedy replaced retired Congressman Barney Frank in 2013 and he ended a two-year period where there was no Kennedy family member in Washington politics. He volunteered for the Peace Corps and served as a district attorney before running for Congress. Kennedy is married to lawyer Lauren Anne Birchfield and they have a seven-month old daughter named Eleanor. Here’s a look at Kennedy’s life and career. 1. Kennedy & His Wife Were Classmates in Elizabeth Warren’s Harvard Class Kennedy and his wife Lauren. (Getty) Kennedy and Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren are connected in more ways than just the fact that they both represent the Bay State in Congress and will be speaking on Monday at the DNC. Warren is somewhat responsible for Kennedy meeting his wife. The couple met in Warren’s class and they got married in 2012. “Joe tells me there are five couples from that class, and I take credit for all of them,” Warren told WPRI in 2013 . Warren said that Kennedy was a good student. Kennedy also told the Boston Herald in July that he would have considered running for Senate if Warren was Hillary Clinton’s pick for Vice President. That didn’t happen, so Kennedy just has to focus on keeping his seat in the House. 37th Annual Kennedy Center Honors: The Photos You Need to See Read on for the details on the 37th Annual Kennedy Center Honors with honorees Tom Hanks, Al Green, Patricia McBride, Sting, and Lily Tomlin, plus all the pics. Click here to read more 2. Kennedy’s Net Worth Is at Least $15.6 Million ennedy in April 2015.(Getty) The Center for Responsive Politics estimated in 2013 that Kennedy’s net worth is between $15.6 million and $55.7 million. That’s thanks to being a member of the Kennedy family, since he has spent much of his life after college in public service. He attended Stanford University with a major in management science and then attended Harvard Law School, where he graduated in 2009. His first job after law school was district attorney for the Cape and Islands Office. In 2012, he was hired by the Middlesex County District Attorney’s Office , where he worked until he decided to jump into politics. Robert F. Kennedy Jr.: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know Tonight, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. will discuss his most recent book, in which he proclaims his cousin, Michael Skakel's, innocence. Click here to read more 3. He Speaks Fluent Spanish After Volunteering in the Peace Corps Kennedy in 2014. (Getty) Like Clinton runningmate Tim Kaine, Kennedy speaks fluent Spanish. During his time in the Peace Corps, he worked in the Dominican Republic. The Boston Globe reports that Kennedy helped organize tour guides and got the government to support them. “You’re asking them to make a huge investment in their future, back-breaking work. And, I’m saying, yeah but trust me, you’ll get something in the future,” Kennedy told the Globe in 2012. “Joe was very easy to work with and he has stayed in touch with us. In truth, he was a real leader and we will never forget him,” Herbito Lopez, the president of the guide’s association, told the Globe. James Comey: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know FBI Director James Comey said his office is not recommending prosecutors to bring charges against Hillary Clinton in connection to her private email servers. We break down Comey's political affiliation, net worth and more. Click here to read more 4. He Voted Against a Patriot Act Amendment to Limit the NSA Kennedy in 2012. (Getty) In 2013, Kennedy was among the 83 Democrats who voted against the Amash-Conyers Amendment . According to Michigan Representative Justin Amash, the amendment was supposed to end the mass collection of phone records by the National Security Agency. The measure was not passed, 205-217. Kennedy is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus , whose only Senate member is Bernie Sanders. Kennedy was one of only eight members of the caucus to vote against the amendment. He was also the only Massachusetts member of congress to vote against it. “News of the NSA program started a robust public discussion, which I believe should continue here in Congress,” Kennedy told Boston Magazine . “But until we have that debate, cutting funding for a program that intelligence officials say has stopped terrorist attacks on U.S. soil seems premature.” Which NSA Defenders Take the Most Money from Defense Contractors? The chairmen of both the House and Senate intelligence committees take substantial...


4. Steve Bannon Will Testify Before House Intelligence Committee Next Week

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Steve Bannon Will Testify Before House Intelligence Committee Next Week

Steve Bannon, President Donald Trump's former top adviser, will testify before the House Intelligence Committee next week. Bannon, who is scheduled to testify in closed session next Tuesday, has hired Washington lawyer Bill Burck to represent him before the committee. Burck is representing Bannon only in his House testimony and not in connection with special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation of alleged Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election, a source close to Bannon said.


5. Bannon And White House Forced to Delay Interview Again

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Bannon And White House Forced to Delay Interview Again

On Tuesday, Business Insider reported that Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon will not be testifying before the House Intelligence Committee as scheduled. Bannon reportedly refused to answer questions this week because he says White House attorneys and the Intelligence Committee have not yet reached an agreement on the scope of the panel's questioning, This is the third time the committee has had to delay Bannon's testimony after his initial appearance last month.


6. Steve Bannon Subpoenaed in Robert Mueller’s Russia Investigation

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Steve Bannon Subpoenaed in Robert Mueller’s Russia Investigation

Steve Bannon Subpoenaed in Robert Mueller’s Russia Investigation President Trump's ex-chief strategist was subpoenaed last week and will have to testify in front of a grand jury. It's the first time special counsel Robert Mueller used a grand jury subpoena to interview a member of Trump's team. Bannon testified behind closed doors Tuesday before the House Intelligence Committee, which is also investigating Russia’s meddling in the 2016 election and ties between the Trump campaign and Russia The New York Times reports that Bannon may be able to skip grand jury testimony if he answers questions in a different setting. Comments from the former director of Breitbart News on the infamous 2016 Trump Tower meeting between Donald Trump Jr., Paul Manafort and a Russian lawyer created more questions around the Russia investigation.


7. Steve Bannon Subpoenaed in Robert Mueller’s Russia Investigation

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Steve Bannon Subpoenaed in Robert Mueller’s Russia Investigation

Steve Bannon Subpoenaed in Robert Mueller’s Russia Investigation President Trump's ex-chief strategist was subpoenaed last week and will have to testify in front of a grand jury. It's the first time special counsel Robert Mueller used a grand jury subpoena to interview a member of Trump's team. Bannon testified behind closed doors Tuesday before the House Intelligence Committee, which is also investigating Russia’s meddling in the 2016 election and ties between the Trump campaign and Russia The New York Times reports that Bannon may be able to skip grand jury testimony if he answers questions in a different setting. Comments from the former director of Breitbart News on the infamous 2016 Trump Tower meeting between Donald Trump Jr., Paul Manafort and a Russian lawyer created more questions around the Russia investigation.


8. White House: Multiple Signs Trump 'Benefited From Malicious Russian Cyber Activity'

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White House: Multiple Signs Trump 'Benefited From Malicious Russian Cyber Activity'

On Monday, White House spokesperson Josh Earnest addressed Russia’s alleged interference in the 2016 presidential election and suggested the nefarious activity gave President-elect Donald Trump an advantage. On Monday, White House spokesperson Josh Earnest addressed Russia’s alleged interference in the 2016 presidential election and suggested the nefarious activity gave President-elect Donald Trump an advantage, reports CNN. Earnest reminded reporters that when news of the hacks emerged ahead of the election, “The president-elect didn’t call it into question. He called on Russia to hack his opponent...He certainly had a pretty good sense of whose side this activity was coming down on.” Earnest continued, “The last several weeks of the election were focused on a discussion of emails that had been hacked and leaked by the Russians. These were emails from the DNC and John Podesta, not from the RNC and Steve Bannon.” He also urged Congress to move forward with an investigation into Russia’s involvement in the U.S. election. The Washington Post reported on Friday, "Intelligence agencies have identified individuals with connections to the Russian government who provided WikiLeaks with thousands of hacked emails from the Democratic National Committee and others, including Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman, according to U.S. officials. Those officials described the individuals as actors known to the intelligence community and part of a wider Russian operation to boost Trump and hurt Clinton’s chances."


9. This is about the Obama administration’s spying, and the question isn’t whether it spied.” He added, “The question is who they did spy on, the extent of the spying —

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This is about the Obama administration’s spying, and the question isn’t whether it spied.” He added, “The question is who they did spy on, the extent of the spying —

This is about the Obama administration’s spying, and the question isn’t whether it spied.” He added, “The question is who they did spy on, the extent of the spying — that is, the Trump campaign, the Trump transition, Trump surrogates.” The Times has reported that several of Mr. Trump’s associates are being investigated for their connections with Russians and that law enforcement agencies have examined intercepted communications. “I think the president was not correct, certainly, in saying that President Obama ordered a tap on a server in Trump Tower,” former Attorney General Michael B. Mukasey said on “This Week.” “However, I think he’s right in that there was surveillance and that it was conducted at the behest of the attorney — of the Justice Department,” through the special court that authorizes eavesdropping on suspected foreign agents inside the United States. At the same time, he said, “I would be very worried if, in fact, the Obama administration was able to obtain a warrant lawfully about Trump campaign activity with a foreign government.” This was hardly the first time Mr. Trump made a shocking accusation without evidence. And last summer, he asserted that Mr. Obama was “the founder of ISIS.” The White House remained firm on Sunday even after Mr. Obama’s office denied ordering a wiretap and James R. Clapper Jr., the former director of national intelligence, said on NBC’s “Meet the Press” that there had been no wiretapping of Mr. Trump or his campaign. Mr. Trump’s aides — including Mr. Bannon, an anti-establishment figure who has long questioned the motives of parts of the extensive intelligence bureaucracy — have believed for a long time that the Obama administration colluded with federal investigators who were searching for activity between Russian officials and the Trump campaign surrounding the hacking of Democratic National Committee emails.


10. Gizmodo's Phishing Test Reveals Security Risk For Some Trump Staffers

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Gizmodo's Phishing Test Reveals Security Risk For Some Trump Staffers

Some members of the Trump administration may be somewhat vulnerable to online phishing schemes. Some members of the Trump administration may be vulnerable to online phishing schemes.Weeks before the Google Docs attack was launched across the web on May 3, Gizmodo Media Group’s Special Projects Desk decided to test the Internet savviness of 15 people associated with the Trump White House--including press secretary Sean Spicer and senior adviser Stephen Miller.As a recent post about the experiment explains, “We sent them an email that mimicked an invitation to view a spreadsheet in Google Docs. The emails came from the address security.test@gizmodomedia.com, but the sender name each one displayed was that of someone who might plausibly email the recipient, such as a colleague, friend, or family member.” Once the link was clicked, recipients would be sent to another page which looked like a login screen. While some did not access the initial email at all, Gizmodo reports that “more than half the recipients clicked the link.”The site also notes that “informal presidential advisor Newt Gingrich and FBI director James Comey...replied to the emails they’d gotten, apparently taking the sender’s identity at face value.” Both asked for further information on what the document was.Gizmodo warns that the administration needs to be more careful going forward, as cyber threats have targeted politicians before. Russian agents have been accused of hacking into the emails of Hillary Clinton’s campaign and the Democratic National Committee before the 2016 election. More recently, a group, also suspected of being from Russia, leaked emails from the campaign of France’s presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron, notes Wired.The Independent reports that the problem is considered so serious that the U.K. government has issued a warning to its politicians about such cyber security threats. And the need for better security seems to apply to virtually all organizations.In January this year, top Trump advisers including Steve Bannon, Jared Kushner, and Kellyanne Conway were found, according to Newsweek, of having “active accounts on a Republican National Committee (RNC) email system.”The media outlet notes that "the RNC email system, according to U.S. intelligence, was hacked during the 2016 race."


11. Bannon And White House Forced to Delay Interview Again

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Bannon And White House Forced to Delay Interview Again

On Tuesday, Business Insider reported that Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon will not be testifying before the House Intelligence Committee as scheduled. Bannon reportedly refused to answer questions this week because he says White House attorneys and the Intelligence Committee have not yet reached an agreement on the scope of the panel's questioning, This is the third time the committee has had to delay Bannon's testimony after his initial appearance last month.


12. Hope Hicks to Resign as White House Communications Director

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Hope Hicks to Resign as White House Communications Director

Hope Hicks to Resign as White House Communications Director Hicks, who is also one of President Trump's longest-tenured aide, did not give an official date for her departure. Hope is outstanding and has done great work for the last three years. She is as smart and thoughtful as they come, a truly great person. I will miss having her by my side, but when she approached me about pursuing other opportunities, I totally understood. I am sure we will work together again in the future. On Tuesday, Hicks testified for eight hours before the House Intelligence Committee, saying she has never lied about anything connected to the Russia Investigation. Other aides in the White House say that her departure was not due to her testimony and that she had told colleagues she had been considering leaving for several months, according to the New York Times.


13. Scaramucci: Hicks Will Be Missed, But As For John Kelly?

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Scaramucci: Hicks Will Be Missed, But As For John Kelly?

Former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci passed on some office gossip Thursday. He told CNN's Chris Cuomo the departure of Hope Hicks will leave a huge void in the West Wing. Scaramucci praised Hicks to the rafters, calling her one of the President's closest friends, aides and loyalists. She resigned a day after her testimony to the House Intelligence Committee as part of the Russia probe.


14. Hope Hicks to Resign as White House Communications Director

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Hope Hicks to Resign as White House Communications Director

Hope Hicks to Resign as White House Communications Director Hicks, who is also one of President Trump's longest-tenured aide, did not give an official date for her departure. Hope is outstanding and has done great work for the last three years. She is as smart and thoughtful as they come, a truly great person. I will miss having her by my side, but when she approached me about pursuing other opportunities, I totally understood. I am sure we will work together again in the future. On Tuesday, Hicks testified for eight hours before the House Intelligence Committee, saying she has never lied about anything connected to the Russia Investigation. Other aides in the White House say that her departure was not due to her testimony and that she had told colleagues she had been considering leaving for several months, according to the New York Times.


15. Hope Hicks Told The House Intel Committee She Was Hacked

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Hope Hicks Told The House Intel Committee She Was Hacked

Hope Hicks told the House Intelligence Committee last week that one of her email accounts was hacked, according to people who were present for the former White House communications director's testimony in the panel's Russia probe. Under relatively routine questioning from Rep. Jim Himes, D-Conn.


16. Trump Berated Hope Hicks Over Her Testimony

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Trump Berated Hope Hicks Over Her Testimony

President Donald Trump reportedly berated Hope Hicks for testimony she gave to lawmakers on the House Intelligence Committee during which she admitted telling white lies for him. That development came Wednesday, hours after Hicks announced her resignation as White House communications director. Hicks had been on thin ice since at least early February, when she was entangled in the fallout over the resignation of Rob Porter, another top-level staffer.


17. Hope Hicks to Resign as White House Communications Director

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Hope Hicks to Resign as White House Communications Director

Hope Hicks to Resign as White House Communications Director Hicks, who is also one of President Trump's longest-tenured aide, did not give an official date for her departure. Hope is outstanding and has done great work for the last three years. She is as smart and thoughtful as they come, a truly great person. I will miss having her by my side, but when she approached me about pursuing other opportunities, I totally understood. I am sure we will work together again in the future. On Tuesday, Hicks testified for eight hours before the House Intelligence Committee, saying she has never lied about anything connected to the Russia Investigation. Other aides in the White House say that her departure was not due to her testimony and that she had told colleagues she had been considering leaving for several months, according to the New York Times.


18. Rep. Eric Swalwell weighs in on James Comey's testimony

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Rep. Eric Swalwell weighs in on James Comey's testimony

Democratic Rep. Eric Swalwell, who serves on the House Intelligence Committee, joins CBSN with his reaction to FBI Director James Comey's testimony on Russian meddling during the presidential election.


19. Jeff Sessions Says He Hasn't Been Briefed On Russia's Interference In 2016 Election

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Jeff Sessions Says He Hasn't Been Briefed On Russia's Interference In 2016 Election

Attorney General Jeff Sessions said in his testimony Tuesday that he hasn't been briefed on Russia's interference in the 2016 election. Attorney General Jeff Sessions testified on Tuesday that he hasn't been briefed on the U.S. investigation into Russian efforts to sway the recent presidential race. During his Senate Intelligence Committee hearing Tuesday, Senator Angus King asked Sessions if he believes “the Russians interfered with the 2016 election.”  Sessions said in response, “It appears so. The intelligence community seems to be united in that. But I have to tell you Senator King, I know nothing but what I've read in the paper. I've never received any detailed briefing on how hacking occurred or how information was alleged to have influenced the campaign." In early March, the attorney general recused himself from any investigation relating to President Trump’s campaign after it became public that he had met with the Russian ambassador twice during that period.According to CNN, he made the decision in order to “avoid any semblance of a conflict of interest between his new role and previous position as a strong supporter of the Trump campaign.”However, what he did and didn’t know at the time came under scrutiny Tuesday in what the New York Times described as “highly contentious testimony.” The Times writes that “in his opening statement, Mr. Sessions said any suggestion that he participated in or was aware of any collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russian government to undermine the democratic process ‘is an appalling and detestable lie.’” 


20. Trump Lashes Out At Obama Again Over Russian Election Meddling

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Trump Lashes Out At Obama Again Over Russian Election Meddling

President Trump took aim at former President Obama in a tweet on Friday. President Trump took aim at former President Obama in a tweet on Friday.He said, "Just out: The Obama Administration knew far in advance of November 8th about election meddling by Russia. Did nothing about it. WHY?"While Trump didn't cite the source for his assertion, several recent reports have focused on the time when the Obama administration became increasingly aware of Russia's attempts to interfere in the presidential election.The Washington Post notes, last August, a highly secretive envelope was sent by the CIA to the White House and it described Russia's efforts to meddle in the U.S. election process.Furthermore, according to the Post, "the intelligence captured (Vladimir) Putin’s specific instructions on the operation’s audacious objectives — defeat or at least damage the Democratic nominee, Hillary Clinton, and help elect her opponent, Donald Trump."Trump's comments may also have been triggered by the Wednesday testimony of Jeh Johnson, the secretary of homeland security during the Obama administration. He revealed that the administration was aware of the hacking prior to the election, but opted to share little information about it with the public at the time.Johnson explained, “We were very concerned that we not be perceived as taking sides in the election, injecting ourselves into a very heated campaign or taking steps to delegitimize the election process and undermine the integrity of the election process.” Trump slammed the Obama administration in his tweets on Thursday as well.He wrote, “By the way, if Russia was working so hard on the 2016 Election, it all took place during the Obama Admin. Why didn't they stop them?” That tweet was followed by, “...Why did Democratic National Committee turn down the DHS offer to protect against hacks (long prior to election). It's all a big Dem HOAX!” and, “...Why did the DNC REFUSE to turn over its Server to the FBI, and still hasn't? It's all a big Dem scam and excuse for losing the election!”