The United States Department of Health and Human Services suffered a cyberattack that, those familiar with the matter told the press, intended to slow down the agency’s response to the coronavirus pandemic. Data was not stolen, according to three officials who spoke on the condition of anonymity.
James Clapper said the Russians will continue to collect intelligence and interfere in U.S. elections so long as the United States, led by Trump, refuses to "push back."
Trump has been silent on Russia since taking office, but he could be days away from dropping the crippling sanctions President Obama put on the country.
"American intelligence agencies intercepted communications in the aftermath of the election in which Russian officials congratulated themselves on the outcome."