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From left, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, Attorney General Jeff Sessions and one-time FBI Acting Director Andrew McCabe have all been political targets of President Trump. Andrew Harnik/AP hide caption

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National Security

Rosenstein Denies That He Discussed Recording Trump, Invoking 25th Amendment

The deputy attorney general rejected a story that described him musing about secretly wearing a wire or conferring with members of the Cabinet about invoking the 25th Amendment.

"I found that I feel more empowered and stronger singing with this strange voice that I have," Anthony Roth Costanzo says. Morgan Noelle Smith/NPR hide caption

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Anthony Roth Costanzo: A Countertenor For The 21st Century

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From left, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, Attorney General Jeff Sessions and one-time FBI Acting Director Andrew McCabe have all been political targets of President Trump. Andrew Harnik/AP hide caption

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Rosenstein Denies That He Discussed Recording Trump, Invoking 25th Amendment

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The pro-gun messaging by the Internet Research Agency, which once made its home in St. Petersburg, Russia, was unusually consistent as part of influence operations against the U.S. Naira Davlashyan/AP hide caption

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Russia's Divisive Twitter Campaign Took A Rare Consistent Stance: Pro-Gun

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Sampath, 63, planted these oil palm trees on his farm in Tamil Nadu, India, 12 years ago, but has yet to turn a profit. Sushmita Pathak/NPR hide caption

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Amid Palm Oil Boycott, India Wants To Produce More Of It

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