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Russia's Vladimir Putin said despite the U.S. response to the alleged election meddling, he wouldn't expel American diplomats from his country.
Russia will not expel U.S. diplomats over recently imposed U.S. sanctions — at least for now.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said in a statement Friday that despite the "unfriendly" and "provocative" measures the U.S. has taken against the country's alleged election interference, Russia will not create problems for U.S. diplomats or their families.
Earlier this week, a U.S. government report showed two groups of hackers affiliated with Russia carried out a spearphishing campaign that compromised both the Democratic National Committee and Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign.
Spearphishing campaigns send users specifically tailored messages to trick them into opening harmful links or files. The hackers used fake websites and emails that looked convincing to steal user credentials and install malware.
After the report came out, the Obama administration took action against Russia. President Barack Obama kicked out 35 Russian officials from the country and sanctioned Russian intelligence agencies and officials.
Putin said though Russia has "the right to retaliate," it will instead make plans to restore relations based on the policies of the incoming Trump administration.
Speaking live on Scripps News, Israeli Defense Forces spokesperson Lt. Col. Peter Lerner addresses plans regarding Hamas' tunnel network.
The Israeli military has expanded its push into southern Gaza in its mission to eliminate Hamas.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken announced the U.S. will impose travel bans on extremist Jewish settlers implicated in attacks on Palestinians.
Sean "Diddy" Combs and two other men have been accused of gang-raping a 17-year-old girl in 2003 in a new lawsuit.
Police responded to the area near BEAM HALL around noon amid reports that there were multiple victims.
NCAA Pres. Charlie Baker says his proposal will help address vast disparities between the wealthiest schools and the hundreds of other NCAA schools.