Midweek Roundup: U.S. Poised to Blacklist Cybercriminals, Lawmakers Move to Stop Cuba Sanctions Rollback, and More

The United States is set to issue sanctions against cybercriminals under a White House executive order signed earlier this month, a U.S. Justice Department official told ABC News. More The U.S. State Department also blacklisted alleged Hezbollah members Meliad Farah, Hassan el-Hajj Hassan and Hussein Atris for their purported roles in the 2012 bombing of a Bulgarian airport and other operations. More A U.S. House appropriations bill introduced Tuesday would bar the use of funds to fly from the United States to Cuba or to issue licenses or operating certificates for certain vessels docked near Cuban property, Reuters reported. The...