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Pentagon To Send Thousands More Active-Duty Troops To U.S.-Mexico Border

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U.S. Begins Production Of A New Nuclear Weapon

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Opposition leader Juan Guaidó talks to the press as he holds his daughter, Miranda, next to his wife, Fabiana Rosales, outside his home in Caracas on Thursday. Federico Parra/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Former U.S. Ambassador Says Withdraw From Afghanistan Is Surrender

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Questions Remain After North Korea Says It Will Dismantle Nuclear Weapon Fuel Sites

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Trump Chides Intelligence Officials In A Bid To Play To His Base

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Janet Napolitano Answers The Question: What Scares You?

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U.S. law enforcement personnel escort Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán from a plane to a waiting caravan of SUVs at New York's Long Island MacArthur Airport in January 2017. U.S. law enforcement via AP hide caption

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President Trump Takes Aim At His Own Intelligence Team, Again

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Yevgeny Prigozhin (left) serves food to Russian leader Vladimir Putin during a 2011 dinner at Prigozhin's restaurant outside Moscow. Misha Japaridze/AP hide caption

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'Putin's Chef' Has His Fingers In Many Pies, Critics Say

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FBI Director Christopher Wray (from left), CIA Director Gina Haspel, Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats and Lt. Gen. Robert Ashley, director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, arrive to testify before the Senate intelligence committee on Capitol Hill on Tuesday. Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Venezuela's top prosecutor, Tarek William Saab, talks to reporters in Caracas on Tuesday. He announced that Juan Guaidó, now President Nicolás Maduro's most prominent opponent, is barred from leaving the country because of an investigation. Marco Bello/Getty Images hide caption

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A Justice Department indictment unsealed on Monday details an alleged conspiracy by the Chinese device maker Huawei to steal the details of a T-Mobile robot. Here, a woman uses her smartphone outside a Huawei store in Beijing on Tuesday. Wang Zhao/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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