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U.S. officials are concerned not only about Russia, but also Iran, China and North Korea, said national security adviser John Bolton. He said elections are not the only potential targets for hostile international hackers.
Competing federal lawsuits could send the program, which protects hundreds of thousands of young undocumented immigrants from deportation, to the Supreme Court.
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The offer, which comes just days after a major Taliban attack on Ghazni, is contingent on a positive response from the insurgents.
The studied avoidance is a reflection of the enduring reluctance of Republicans to confront President Trump’s often divisive and inflammatory rhetoric, in part because Trump remains deeply popular within a party dominated by older white voters.
After 18 months of treating North Korea as the top national security threat, the president is taking a more confrontational approach with Beijing that experts said shows a risky shift in U.S. policy.
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