The Federal Communications Commission's Republican majority arrived at an annual gathering of influential conservatives hoping to tout their business bona fides — from freeing the Internet from government’s grasp to battling back the efforts of their Democratic predecessors. Instead, the appearance by Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai and his GOP colleagues offered an unexpected brush with a national battle over gun control — and a new ethics complaint targeting FCC Commissioner O'Rielly for his comments about President Trump.
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Russian spies hacked the Olympics and tried to make it look like North Korea did it, US officials say
Russian military spies hacked several hundred computers used by authorities at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in South Korea, according to US intelligence.