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Prosecutors say these are some of the drugs found in Christopher Hasson's Silver Spring, Md., apartment. He was arrested on weapons and drug charges and is accused of plotting to kill prominent Americans. U.S. Attorney's Office/Getty Images hide caption

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Remembering The Victims Of The Easter Sunday Attacks In Sri Lanka

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CIA Director Gina Haspel Makes Rare Public Appearance At Auburn University

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This painting of Virginia Hall hangs in one of the main hallways near the entrance of CIA headquarters. The painting shows her making radio contact with London from an old barn in France to request supplies and personnel. Power for her radio was provided by a bicycle rigged to power an electric generator. Courtesy of CIA hide caption

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'A Woman Of No Importance' Finally Gets Her Due

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WikiLeaks has made multiple disclosures over the past decade, including one in March 2017 when the group released what it said were CIA technical documents on a range of spying techniques. Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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How Much Did WikiLeaks Damage U.S. National Security?

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How The National Security Community Continues To Debate The WikiLeaks Disclosures

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Russ Travers is the deputy director of the National Counterterrorism Center. "On a daily basis, 10,000 reports come across our (operations) center and eyes are put on every one of those," he says. Jennifer Redding/National Counterterrorism Center hide caption

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With ISIS And Al-Qaida Weakened, U.S. Faces An Evolving Anti-Terror Mission

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A Look Inside The National Counterterrorism Center And Preventing The Next Big Attack

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Army Gen. Paul Nakasone, who leads the National Security Agency and U.S. Cyber Command, testifies on Capitol Hill in January. Nakasone has been calling for the U.S. to take a harder line against rivals in cyberspace. He said the U.S. sent three Cyber Command teams to Europe last November as part of a larger effort to prevent Russian interference in mid-term elections. Jose Luis Magana/AP hide caption

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The U.S. Pledges A Harder Line In Cyberspace — And Drops Some Hints

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In New Zealand, 2 Mosques Came Under A 'Terrorist Attack'

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Coast Guard Officer Accused Of Stockpiling Illegal Weapons Pleads Not Guilty

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Indian protesters in Mumbai burn posters of Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan during a demonstration against the Feb. 14 attack that killed more than 40 Indian policemen in the Kashmir region. Rajanish Kakade/AP hide caption

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Pakistan's Long Support For Militants Puts The Country In A Bind

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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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