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President Trump, who has been under fire for not aggressively confronting Russian President Vladimir Putin over election interference, said Russia is no longer targeting the United States. Last week, the director of national intelligence said that Russia and other countries are continuing to target American businesses, the government and other institutions and that "the warning lights are blinking red."
As President Trump pulled back on a statement from his news conference with Vladimir Putin, his unscripted aside and what appeared to be handwritten notes were reminiscent of other signals that he has inserted into apologies to remind his followers that he will never be the kind of politician who is managed by staffers.
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With the president’s GOP foes retiring or ailing, Sen. Ben Sasse of Nebraska could assume the role of leading conservative on trade and national security — if he stays.
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Maria Butina, who was indicted this week, befriended leaders of the National Rifle Association and the Conservative Political Action Conference, and sidled up to Republican presidential candidates. But by August 2016, the FBI was watching, officials said.
Federal prosecutors say the alleged covert agent was linked to wealthy businessmen with ties to the Putin administration.
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This spate of missed deadlines was out of character for the Trump Organization, which receives hundreds of property-tax bills every year.
In tweets from 2011 and 2012, the then-17-year-old made liberal use of the n-word, made derogatory references to women and expressed hatred toward gay people.
The steep penalty, which centers on how Google bundles its apps on Android smartphones and tablets, marks the second time in as many years that the European Union has found that the company wields its power in a way that harms competition and consumers.
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President Trump and his predecessor, Barack Obama, both spoke about culture and immigration on the same day, but with noticeably different tacks.
Reginald Moore started researching the city’s slavery and convict-leasing history after spending time working as a prison guard at one of Texas’s oldest prisons. He continued the search for 19 years.
Walter Carr struck out finding a ride after his car broke down, but the college student wasn’t about to miss his first day of work.
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