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A Justice Department poster shows two Chinese citizens suspected of carrying out an extensive hacking campaign directed at dozens of U.S. tech companies. U.S. law enforcement says such cases are on the rise as China seeks to become a world leader in advanced technologies by 2025. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP hide caption

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In China's Push For High-Tech, Hackers Target Cutting-Edge U.S. Firms

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Rosenstein: 2 Chinese Nationals Indicted On Charges Of Hacking U.S. Targets

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U.S. Gen. Joseph Votel (center), the top U.S. commander for the Middle East, visited a military outpost at al-Tanf in southern Syria, where the U.S. trains Syrian opposition forces, in October. President Trump is planning to withdraw the U.S. forces from Syria, according to a Pentagon official. Lolita Baldor/AP hide caption

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Pompeo Says China Is Responsible For Marriott Computer Hack, Espionage Is Growing

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Yemeni militiamen stand guard at the port in Mukalla, on the southern coast of Yemen. Many factions are involved in Yemen's civil war. The U.S. has supported Saudi Arabia, which has waged a bombing campaign against Houthi rebels. But the U.S. Congress is putting pressure on the Trump administration to end its support of a war that's widely seen as a stalemate and a humanitarian disaster. Jon Gambrell/AP hide caption

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Often Quiet On Wars, Congress Challenges White House Over Yemen

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President Trump's national security adviser Michael Flynn leaves federal courthouse in Washington on July 10. Flynn has pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI and is scheduled to be sentenced later this month. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP hide caption

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The Rise And Fall Of Michael Flynn

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CIA Director Gina Haspel departs the Capitol Rotunda after visiting the flag-draped casket of former President George H.W. Bush as he lies in state in Washington. Patrick Semansky/AP hide caption

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President George W. Bush laid a wreath at George Washington's tomb in Mount Vernon, Va., on the 275th anniversary of his birth, Feb. 19, 2007. Bush is accompanied by Gay Hart Gaines of the Mount Vernon Ladies' Association. Washington set a tradition for early presidents with a modest funeral on his family property. Today's presidential funerals are national events planned by a military task force. Charles Dharapak /AP hide caption

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Presidential Funerals: From Private Family Affairs To Major National Events

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Lawmakers Reassess U.S.-Saudi Alliance In Yemen After Killing Of Jamal Khashoggi

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President Trump speaks to reporters before leaving the White House on Tuesday. He said his administration would remain a "steadfast partner" of Saudi Arabia despite the recent killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi at the Saudi Consulate in Turkey. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP hide caption

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Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and China's Defense Minister Gen. Wei Fenghe stand as the national anthems are played before their meeting at the Pentagon on Friday. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP hide caption

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The U.S. military needed skilled operators to handle the telephones in World War I. Known as the Hello Girls, 223 U.S. women served in France. Some worked near the front lines with Gen. John "Black Jack" Pershing, the top U.S. commander. Here, the women work in Seine, France, in 1918. Their story was largely forgotten, but is being recognized on the 100th anniversary of the end of the war. U.S. Army Signal Corps Archives hide caption

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100 Years On, The 'Hello Girls' Are Recognized For World War I Heroics

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Pallbearers carry the caskets of brothers Cecil Rosenthal, 59, and David Rosenthal, 54, on Tuesday in Pittsburgh, Pa. The brothers were among 11 killed in the mass shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue last Saturday. Jeff Swensen/Getty Images hide caption

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Pittsburgh Shooting And Other Cases Point To Rise In Domestic Extremism

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What's Next For Cesar Sayoc, Charged With Mailing Explosives

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