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Senior FBI Official McCabe To Face Closed-Door Grilling From House Lawmakers

FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe is the latest leader to face the ire of Republicans who are angry about what they call bias at the highest levels of federal law enforcement.

The Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program at the Pentagon was tasked with making sense of information from members of the military when they spotted unidentified flying objects. Daniel Slim/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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'I Don't Know Where It's From': Former UFO Program Head On Navy Jet Footage

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Senior FBI Official McCabe Gets Closed-Door Grilling From House Lawmakers

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George Patterson is one of the volunteers who run Phoenix's only syringe exchange program, a mobile program called Shot in the Dark. Will Stone / KJZZ hide caption

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Fight The Opioid Epidemic, All Agree. But Strategies Vary Widely

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