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The military feared Congress would use the confidential data as an excuse to slash defense spending.
A series of intelligence briefings will deal with covert actions, contingency plans for using nuclear weapons and even the names of major foreign agents.
Donald Trump dice que de ser elegido presidente forzará a México a pagar por un muro fronterizo amenazando con bloquear los miles de millones de dólares en remesas que envían los inmigrantes a ese país.
In a memo, the GOP front-runner provides the most details yet about his border plans.
In an interview, the Republican front-runner discussed trade, the stock market and his rivals.
The GOP front-runner paints himself as a ‘Lone Ranger’ in controversial stances on the economy as well as his plans for the White House.
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New tapes reveal Nixon admitting criminality again and again.
The former defense secretary describes a contentious relationship with the president and his top aides.
Countries led by Saudi Arabia look to strengthen support for the rebels, independent of the United States.