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The Navy says it has identified the body of Electronics Technician 3rd Class Kenneth Aaron Smith, 22, from New Jersey. The Navy on Thursday named all 10 sailors who went missing when the USS John S. McCain collided with an oil tanker near Singapore on Monday. U.S. Navy via AP hide caption

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U.S. Navy Suspends Sea Search For Missing Sailors From USS McCain

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Trump Fails To Define His Concept Of Victory In Afghanistan

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10 U.S. Navy Sailors Missing After Destroyer Collides With Tanker Off Singapore

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Why Are Terrorist Groups Using Low-Tech Tactics To Carry Out Attacks?

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President Trump meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the Group of 20 summit in Hamburg, Germany, on July 7. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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Trump And Russia: Lots Of Talk, But Critics Say There's No Clear Strategy

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Walk And Chew Gum: Common U.S. Approach To Russia Not Clearly Followed By Trump

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Pastor Daniel Xisto and his son Max, 2, look over a makeshift memorial on Monday for Heather Heyer, who was killed in a car attack on Saturday after a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Va. While many are calling the attack an act of domestic terrorism, U.S. federal law has no such specific criminal charge. Steve Helber/AP hide caption

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Why The Government Can't Bring Terrorism Charges In Charlottesville

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Despite Trump's Escalating Rhetoric, Little Evidence Of War Preparations

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President Gerald Ford shakes hands with Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev on Nov. 24, 1974, in a meeting in the Soviet city of Vladivostok. Several weeks later, Ford signed a law that would place restrictions on Soviet trade with the U.S. for nearly four decades. AP hide caption

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Devon Arthurs, 18, was arrested after leading police to the bodies of his two roommates. He told officers he killed them because they disrespected his recent conversion to Islam. Tampa Police Dept. via AP hide caption

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Florida Killings: Radical Islam And The Far Right, Under One Roof

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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson meets with the Emir of Qatar, Sheik Tamim Bin Hamad al-Thani in Doha, Qatar, on July 11. Tillerson attempted last week to work out a solution with Qatar and several Arab states that have broken off relations, but he was unable to reach a breakthrough. Alexander W. Riedel/AP hide caption

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Qatar-Gulf Conflict Puts U.S. In A Bind

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Ethel and Julius Rosenberg attend their 1951 trial in New York. They were charged and convicted of giving nuclear secrets to the Soviet Union under the 1917 Espionage Act. The law was intended for spies but has been used by the Obama and Trump administrations to prosecute suspected national security leakers. AP hide caption

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Once Reserved For Spies, Espionage Act Now Used Against Suspected Leakers

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