Taliban Talks Reopen, China Warns U.S. Over Hong Kong Law, Fake College Sting On a surprise Thanksgiving visit to Afghanistan, President Trump announces peace talks have reopened with the Taliban. Could an end to America's longest war be in sight? Will Trump's signing of bills backing Hong Kong protesters jeopardize U.S.-China trade talks? And, how ICE used a fake Detroit college to arrest students for immigration violations.
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Taliban Talks Reopen, China Warns U.S. Over Hong Kong Law, Fake College Sting

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Taliban Talks Reopen, China Warns U.S. Over Hong Kong Law, Fake College Sting

Taliban Talks Reopen, China Warns U.S. Over Hong Kong Law, Fake College Sting

Taliban Talks Reopen, China Warns U.S. Over Hong Kong Law, Fake College Sting

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On a surprise Thanksgiving visit to Afghanistan, President Trump announces peace talks have reopened with the Taliban. Could an end to America's longest war be in sight? Will Trump's signing of bills backing Hong Kong protesters jeopardize U.S.-China trade talks? And, how ICE used a fake Detroit college to arrest students for immigration violations.