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Russian gun rights activist Maria Butina pleaded guilty to serving as an unregistered foreign agent. She had sought to build back-channel links to the Russian government with the Trump campaign. AP hide caption

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National Security

Maria Butina Pleads Guilty In Foreign Agent Case, Admits Clandestine Influence Scheme

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Maria Butina Pleads Guilty In Foreign Agent Case, Admits Clandestine Influence Scheme

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Illustrator Tony DiTerlizzi based The Broken Ornament's Christmas fairy Tinsel on his wife, Angela, who helped with the book. Tony DiTerlizzi hide caption

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Author Interviews

This 'Broken Ornament' Led To Christmas Magic

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This 'Broken Ornament' Led To Christmas Magic

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Roma, written and directed by Alfonso Cuarón, is being shown in cinemas across the U.S. — but for just a few weeks — before heading for Netflix streaming. Carlos Somonte/Netflix hide caption

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With An Eye On Oscars, Netflix Sent 'Roma' To Theaters First

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