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U.S. Lawmakers Will Investigate Ties Between Russia, Campaigns

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The U.S. Senate will look into possible election hacking, and will review possible links between Russia and the political campaigns. Intelligence Committee Chairman Senator Richard Burr and Senator Mark Warner released a joint statement discussing the recent news. They said the investigation into alleged Russian interference in the election will also focus on Russian cyberactivity and "active measures" against the US.


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