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White House Will Keep About 400 Troops In Syria, Reversing Previous Decision

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Arrested Coast Guard Officer Planned To Kill People On Massive Scale

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Coast Guard Officer Accused Of Being A Domestic Terrorist

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Federal prosecutors say Christopher Paul Hasson had acquired a cache of weapons and ammunition in an attempt to launch a domestic terrorist attack. Over the years, Hasson honed a hit list that included prominent Democrats and media figures. U.S. District Court via AP hide caption

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Trump's National Emergency Faces Legal Challenges On 3 Main Fronts

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2017 graduation and commissioning ceremony at the U.S. Naval Academy. An anonymous Pentagon survey found that 747 students at the Navy, Army and Air Force academies experienced unwanted sexual contact during the past year, a nearly 50 percent increase from a similar survey taken two years earlier. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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Rosemary Mariner, The First Female Military Air Commander, Dies At 65

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Yevgeny Prigozhin (left) serves food to Russian leader Vladimir Putin during a 2011 dinner at Prigozhin's restaurant outside Moscow. Misha Japaridze/AP hide caption

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'Putin's Chef' Has His Fingers In Many Pies, Critics Say

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Top Intelligence Officials Give Assessment Of Global Threats Facing The U.S.

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Tony Mendez, the former CIA officer who rescued six American diplomats from revolutionary Iran in 1980, died Saturday. He's shown here in 2012 in Washington, D.C., at the premiere of Argo, a film based on his operation in Iran. Cliff Owen/AP hide caption

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Tony Mendez, The 'Argo' Spy Who Rescued Americans In Iran, Dies At 78

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American-born news anchor Marzieh Hashemi sits in a studio in Tehran where she works for Iran's state television. She was arrested Sunday during a visit to the U.S., her family says. She is testifying behind closed doors to a grand jury in Washington, D.C., in an unspecified case, a U.S. judge said Friday. Press TV/AP hide caption

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A security force member walks outside a shuttered restaurant Thursday in Manbij, Syria, the site of a suicide attack that killed more than a dozen people, including four Americans, a day earlier. The Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attack. Delil Souleiman /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Secretary Of State Pompeo Continues His Extensive Mideast Travels

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How The Curious Case Of Paul Whelan Is Unfolding Between The U.S. And Russia

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CIA Director Gina Haspel, speaking at the University of Louisville in September, says she wants to send more undercover officers overseas. Many in the intelligence world says this has become more challenging in an era of universal surveillance. Timothy D. Easley/AP hide caption

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CIA Chief Pushes For More Spies Abroad; Surveillance Makes That Harder

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