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Candles burn at a makeshift memorial for Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting victims outside the festival grounds in Gilroy, Calif. The FBI says it has opened a domestic terrorism investigation into the incident. Noah Berger/AP hide caption

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People cycle past a building at Peking University in Beijing in 2016. The university hosts Yenching Academy, a prestigious graduate studies program. Thomas Peter/Reuters hide caption

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American Graduates Of China's Yenching Academy Are Being Questioned By The FBI

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John Dillinger (center) strikes a jaunty pose after his capture in Crown Point, Ind., in February 1934. His niece and nephew hope to exhume the gangster's body to conduct forensic tests. AP hide caption

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University administrators say the FBI, whose headquarters are shown above, has urged them to monitor some Chinese students and scholars. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP hide caption

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FBI Urges Universities To Monitor Some Chinese Students And Scholars In The U.S.

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U.S. Attorney Nick Hanna stands next to photos of Mark Steven Domingo during a news conference in Los Angeles on Monday. Federal prosecutors said Domingo had planned to bomb a white supremacist rally as retribution for the New Zealand mosque attacks but was thwarted. Richard Vogel/AP hide caption

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Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort talks to reporters on the floor of the Republican National Convention in 2016. Prosecutors say Manafort "brazenly violated the law." Matt Rourke/AP hide caption

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Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., has vowed to launch an investigation into whether officials at the Justice Department and the FBI were plotting a "bureaucratic coup" to oust President Trump. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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Andrew McCabe, the former FBI deputy director who was fired in 2018, says that he personally took steps to "safeguard" the bureau's investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential campaign, in case his own head would be the next to roll. Amr Alfiky/NPR hide caption

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McCabe's 'The Threat' May Be Darkest Vision Of Trump Presidency Yet

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Two Illinois men have pleaded guilty to charges brought by the U.S. Justice Department in the August 2017 bombing of a mosque in Minnesota. Bloomberg/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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American-born news anchor Marzieh Hashemi sits in a studio in Tehran, Iran. Her eldest son said Wednesday that she was detained on Sunday and is being held without charge. Press TV/AP hide caption

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Samuel Little, who is in ill health in a Texas prison, "may be among the most prolific serial killers in U.S. history," the FBI says. Ector County Texas Sheriff's Office /AP hide caption

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Department of Defense personnel screen mail as it arrives at a U.S. government facility in Washington, D.C., earlier this week after letters received at the Pentagon were suspected of containing deadly ricin. Thomas Watkins/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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According to a criminal complaint, Gregory Rodvelt, in a photo provided by the Surprise Police Department in Arizona from a separate incident, told law enforcement "I would not race right in" to the booby-trapped home. Surprise Police Department hide caption

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The Sunspot Solar Observatory in New Mexico mysteriously shut down for 11 days in September, citing a security issue. Authorities were investigating a janitor for distribution of pornography. Sunspot Solar Observatory/https://sunspot.solar/ hide caption

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