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Can congressional bipartisanship around cybersecurity survive the Russia probes?

March 01, 2018 |
Charlie Mitchell
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Lawmakers from both parties this week said the traditional bipartisan approach to cybersecurity will endure on Capitol Hill , even as Adm. Mike Rogers' comments before a Senate panel – that he hasn't been ordered to counter Russian activities aimed at U.S. elections – roiled the political waters.

Rogers, the outgoing head of U.S. Cyber Command and the National Security Agency, told the Senate Armed Services Committee on Tuesday that he hasn’t received a direct order from President Trump to...

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