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Joshua Geltzer: President Trump's failure to fully explain and justify using force sends a very bad signal to the world.
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A former adviser to Donald Trump's campaign referred to reports that Russia tried to influence the US election as possibly "a political stunt" on Saturday in remarks largely
Oklahoman author, Texas dispute ownership of ‘lunar Bibles’
Ten microfilm Bibles once launched hundreds of thousands of miles into space sit landlocked today inside an Oklahoma courthouse while a legal battle rages in two states over who is
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A presidential election in France is not usually the sort of thing that I would tell you to pay attention to. After all, it's hard enough to convince people that they should pay
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Defense Secretary Jim Mattis says Pentagon won’t disclose damage from massive bomb strike in Afghanistan
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Champs-Elysees gunman had note defending IS group
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NASA’s Cassini spacecraft faces one last perilous adventure around Saturn.
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Trump wings it without chief of protocol
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US Defense Sec’y Mattis: Syria still has chemical weapons
Syria still possesses chemical weapons, U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said in Israel on Friday, warning against the banned munitions being used again.
French presidential candidates halt campaigns in wake of Paris attack
French police are hunting a man identified by Belgian security services in connection with an attack on police officers in Paris Thursday, a French interior ministry spokesman
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In a country riven by increasing divisions, Thursday's shooting on Paris' Champs Elysees, which left one police officer dead, has the potential to upend an already contentious and
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Russia flexes muscle from Alaska to Japan
US defense officials are calling recent sightings of Russian bombers off the Alaskan coast "nothing out of the ordinary" -- itself an indication that both nations are toeing the
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James Mattis defends use of “mother of all bombs” in Afghanistan
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Sources: US prepares charges against WikiLeaks' Assange
US authorities have prepared charges to seek the arrest of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, US officials familiar with the matter tell CNN.
Justice Dept. debating charges against WikiLeaks members in revelations of diplomatic, CIA materials
Prosecutors are examining the 2010 leak of cables and military documents, as well as the more recent revelation of CIA cyber-tools.
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An attacker with an automatic weapon opened fire on police in Paris’ iconic Champs-Elysees shopping district Thursday night, killing one officer and seriously wounding two others
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Top national security official to leave Justice Department
The official leading the Justice Department’s investigation into whether President Donald Trump’s campaign had ties to Russia’s meddling in the 2016 election is leaving her
Will Curiel's case be a test for Trump?
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Report: ICE deportations hindered by internal disorganization
Immigration enforcement is crippled by mismanagement and lack of clear training even as President Donald Trump seeks to increase deportations, a new report out Thursday from the
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One police officer and an attacker have been killed in a shooting in Paris on Thursday, the French Interior Ministry said.
The Latest: Trump says Iran not living up to nuclear deal
The Latest on Thursday’s press conference with President Donald Trump and Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni (all times EDT):
First 100 days: Trump ushers in new immigration enforcement era
Over the past week, Americans have been treated to a string of pleasant surprises from the Trump administration related to the enforcement of our immigration laws.
What Tillerson gets wrong about Iran
After certifying Iran is in complying with the nuclear deal, the Trump administration is making a risk move with its rhetoric about possible sanctions, John Kirby says.
Nigeria's spy chief suspended after $43 million seized from apartment
Nigeria's spy chief has been suspended amid reports that a $43 million stash seized in a widely trumpeted apartment raid belonged to his agency.
Tillerson compares Iran to North Korea, vows Trump administration won’t pass the buck
The secretary of state said the nuclear deal has failed, just after the State Department certified that Iran is complying with its terms.
Navy, Marines prohibit sharing nude photos without consent
The US Navy and Marine Corps on Wednesday officially barred service members from distributing nude photos without the consent of the individual depicted.
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The Latest on two missing hikers in the Grand Canyon (all times local):
The Latest: Israel says Assad still has chemical weapons
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Grand Canyon search for missing hikers aided by Merrell Boot
A relative of two hikers missing in the Grand Canyon since last weekend says the Merrell Boot Co. is donating search resources to find Lou-Ann Merrell and her 14-year-old step
When is a crime a hate crime and when is it terrorism?
The question seems to come up almost every time a crime occurs where the perpetrator is of a different race, religion or ethnicity than the victim.
Pence avoids direct answer on North Korea sabotage
Vice President Mike Pence avoided a direct answer when asked if the US used any cyber or electronic technology to sabotage Sunday's North Korean missile test. But his response went
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