January 6, 2017 - Moscow, Russia - Traditional Russian wooden matryoshka doll with a picture of President-elect Donald Trump (right), Vladimir Lenin, a Soviet politician and statesman (center) and Russian President Vladimir Putin (left) at the fair on the Red Square in Moscow. Russia, Friday, January 6, 2017 Hacker attacks have not affected the results of the US presidential election. This was stated by the president-elect of the United States by Donald Trump on Friday, January 6, 2017 (Credit Image: © Danil Shamkin/NurPhoto via ZUMA Press)

This should be pretty obvious by now, but apparently a lot of people are still skeptical that the Russian government was behind the email hacking that upended the 2016 campaign. So here’s an AP story about their own investigation:
An Associated Press investigation into the digital break-ins that disrupted the U.S. presidential contest has sketched out an anatomy of the hack that led to months of damaging disclosures about the Democratic Party’s nominee. It wasn’t just a few aides that the hackers went after; it was an all-out blitz across the Democratic Party. They tried to compromise Clinton’s inner circle and more than 130 party employees, supporters and contractors.
While U.S. intelligence agencies have concluded that Russia was behind the email thefts, the AP drew on forensic data to report Thursday that the hackers known as Fancy Bear were closely aligned with the interests of the Russian government….[This] helps explain how a …