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Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov (left) proposed the moves in response to the US measures announced Thursday.

Putin says Russia won’t expel US diplomats after all

Russia’s foreign minister had previously said Moscow was weighing the move in response to sanctions leveled by President Obama.

In this photo released by the Kremlin Press service via Sputnik agency, Saturday, Dec. 31, 2016, Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks during an undated recording of his annual televised New Year's message in the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia, . President Vladimir Putin invoked a bit of seasonal enchantment in his New Year's Eve remarks to the nation. The recorded message was being televised just before midnight Saturday in each of Russia's nine time zones. (Mikhail Klimentyev/Kremlin Press Service, Sputnik, via AP)

Putin ordered election hacking, report says

In a conclusion that could raise further questions about Trump’s business conflicts of interest, the report also said that Putin saw Trump’s business background as beneficial.

A 13-page joint analysis by the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI revealed new details about Russia’s alleged election hacking.

US gives detailed look at Russia’s election hacking

A 13-page joint analysis by the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI officially tied intrusions into the DNC to Russian hackers.

President-elect Donald Trump spoke to reporters in Palm Beach, Fla., this week.

Trump has tough choice after sanctions on Russia

While the sanctions and expulsions can be undone with the stroke of a pen, Donald Trump may find it politically difficult to do so.

Dmitry Artimovich says he was offered a chance to work as a hacker for the Russian government while awaiting trial.

How Russia recruited elite hackers for its cyberwar

Aleksandr B. Vyarya thought his job was to defend people from cyberattacks until, he says, his government approached him with a request to do the opposite.

President-elect Donald Trump was with boxing promoter Don King as he spoke to reporters at Mar-a-Lago Wednesday.

Initially dismissive, Trump agrees to a briefing but reiterates his call to ‘move on’

President-elect Donald Trump on Thursday played down the ramifications of any Russian interference in the US election.

President Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin shook hands in September 2015 at the United Nations.

Obama retaliates against Russia for election hacking

The president sanctioned Russian intelligence services and their top officials.

Russian President Vladimir Putin gestures during his annual news conference in Moscow, Russia, Friday, Dec. 23, 2016. Putin says the Russian military modernization helped strengthen the nation's nuclear forces. (AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin)

Trump praises letter he says he received from Putin

Vladimir Putin said he looked forward to “real steps to restore the framework of bilateral cooperation,” according to Donald Trump.

Russian President Vladimir Putin (left) and ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson shook hands in 2012.

Will Trump’s embrace of Russia upend foreign relations?

The president-elect has a 180-degree shift in attitude toward a nation that’s been viewed as America’s enemy since the end of World War II.

On CNN’s ‘‘State of the Union,’’ the Arizona Republican told host Jake Tapper that there was ‘‘no doubt’’ Russia interfered with the election.

McCain calls for special panel to investigate Russian hacking

Also, Donald Trump’s aides said he isn’t ready to accept the finding by intelligence officials that Moscow attempted to help him win.

‘‘Where’s the evidence?’’ asked Kellyanne Conway, a close Donald Trump adviser.

Trump aides ask of Russian meddling: Does it matter?

Even if it’s true, Donald Trump’s top aides said, the real estate mogul still won the White House fair and square.

McCain renews call for panel to look into Russian hacks

Sen. John McCain said that multiple committees investigating the matter, rather than a single panel, would be inefficient.

Potent U.S. Tools To Counter Hack Face Challenges

WASHINGTON — Over the past four months, U.S. intelligence agencies and aides to President Barack Obama assembled a menu of options to respond to Russia’s hacking during the election, ranging from the obvious — exposing President Vladimir Putin’s financial ties to oligarchs — to the innovative, including manipulating the computer code that Russia uses in designing its cyberweapons.

President Barack Obama left his final press conference of 2016 Friday.

President Obama defends response to political hacking

Obama says he spoke with Russian President Vladimir Putin in September, and told him to ‘‘cut it out.’’

President-elect Donald Trump at a rally at the Wisconsin State Fair Exposition Center  earlier this week.

Opinion | John Shattuck

Donald Trump raises specter of treason

Why is Trump rejecting a bipartisan proposal for a congressional investigation into Russian election-related hacking?

Elizabeth Warren ‘100’ percent concerned about Russian hacking

Senator Elizabeth Warren said she’s also worried about a president-elect who doesn’t seem to want to listen to US intelligence agencies.

The comments by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and House Speaker Paul Ryan (right) are a major break with the president-elect.

Senate, House leaders issue calls for inquiry on Russian hacking

Statements by Mitch McConnell and Paul Ryan set up a potential conflict with Donald Trump in the early days of his administration.

With the Lincoln Memorial in the background, Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz. speaks during the Pearl Harbor 75th anniversary commemoration, Wednesday, Dec. 7, 2016, at the National World War II Memorial in Washington, in honor of the 2,403 men and women killed and the 1,178 wounded at Pearl Harbor 75 years ago. (AP Photo/Molly Riley)

GOP, Democratic senators condemn Russian hacking

Senators John McCain, Chuck Schumer and others said Sunday that the CIA’s report of Russia’s efforts in the election ‘‘should alarm every American.’’

President-elect Donald Trump spoke on Friday in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

CIA: Russia tried to help Trump win

Intelligence officials cited a growing body of evidence from multiple sources.

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks Oct. 20  at a rally at the Delaware County Fairgrounds in Delaware, Ohio.

Indira A.R. Lakshmanan

Trump’s refusal to accept election result discredits America’s brand to save his own

Trump sullies America’s global brand with unproven claims of rigged elections.

A voter marks a ballot for the New Hampshire primary inside a voting booth at a polling place Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2016, in Manchester, N.H. (AP Photo/David Goldman)

EDITORIAL

Are Russians hacking our election? A bipartisan probe is needed

Direct foreign interference in a US election is unacceptable, and both parties should want to get to the bottom of it.

US officially accuses Russia of hacking campaign to interfere in elections

It said the attacks included hacking the computers of the Democratic National Committee and other political organizations

Ilona Bogen, who immigrated from Lithuania about 15 years ago, is one of the few in Mayfield Heights likely to support Hillary Clinton.

Trump’s praise for Putin baffles Russian-Americans

Donald Trump has spoken highly of Vladimir Putin, and many Russian-Americans are left scratching their heads.

Russian President Vladimir Putin and President Obama spoke Monday on the sidelines of the G-20 summit Hangzhou, China. Putin has previously denied Russian involvement in hacking US networks.

How much is Russia trying to influence internal US affairs?

US officials see a broad covert Russian operation to sow public distrust in the upcoming presidential election.

Senator Tim Kaine, Hillary Clinton’s running mate, says Donald Trump’s comments were a throwback to the days of Watergate.

Kaine compares Trump’s comments on Russian hacking to Watergate

Tim Kaine, Hillary Clinton’s running mate, made the remarks on ABC’s “This Week.”

FILE - This Feb. 3, 2012, file photo shows FBI headquarters in Washington. The FBI is warning state officials to boost their election security in light of evidence that hackers breached the election systems of a pair of states. The Aug. 18, 2016, warning came just days after Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson hosted a call with secretaries of state and other state elections officials to talk about cybersecurity and the election infrastructure. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta, File)

Hackers hit 2 state election boards

The FBI’s alert comes after a summer marked by the hackings of the Democratic National Committee’s e-mails and a Bitcoin exchange.

The Russian government is the leading suspect, investigators say, in the recent cyberbreach of the Democratic National Committee.

Hack of Democrats’ accounts was wider than believed, officials say

A Russian cyberattack that targeted Democratic politicians was bigger than it first appeared and breached the private e-mail accounts of more than 100 party officials and groups.

Did Donald Trump as Vladimir Putin to cast the deciding vote in the presidential election?

Hiawatha Bray | Tech Lab

Trump, Putin and the hacking of an American election

First Democratic Party e-mails were hacked. Could the computers that manage the nation’s voting systems be next?