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Obama’s Pro-Iran Echo Chamber Finds New Ally in Rand Paul

The Obama administration's pro-Iran "echo chamber" has found an unlikely ally in Republican senator Rand Paul, who recently engaged in shadow diplomacy with Iranian foreign minister Javad Zarif—part of what multiple U.S. officials described to ...
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Lawmakers Demand Trump Admin Nix Loopholes Permitting Iranian Nuke Work

A delegation of 50 members of Congress petitioned the Trump administration on Wednesday to cancel a series of sanctions waivers that have permitted Iran to continue its most contested nuclear research, including at a military ...
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Iran Caught Smuggling Nuke Materials Out of U.S.

An Iranian national was caught by the Trump administration attempting to smuggle materials that can be used to enrich uranium, the key component in a nuclear weapon, out of the U.S., according to the Justice ...
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ISIS Claims Responsibility for Attack on U.S. Base in Afghanistan

The ISIS terror group is claiming responsibility for a missile attack at a U.S. base in Afghanistan, according to a statement released on its social media networks. The attack is reported to have occurred on ...
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Trump Admin Tackles Rising Anti-Semitism

The Trump administration is working on multiple fronts to investigate and combat a rising tide of anti-Semitism in America that top officials warned is spreading across the country via a network of far left, anti-Israel ...
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Sanctions Loopholes Still Permit Iranian Nuke Research at Military Site

Pressure is mounting on the State Department to nix a series of sanctions waivers that have permitted Iran to continue some of its most controversial nuclear weapons research, including at a secretive military bunker known ...
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Exiled Chinese Billionaire Wins Defamation Suit Over False Tweets

Dissident Chinese billionaire Guo Wengui has won a lawsuit involving tweets and YouTube videos in a rare defamation case involving American social media. A federal jury in Alexandria, Va., awarded Guo $100,000 he had sought ...
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Secret Iranian Nuclear Weapons Facility Still Up and Running

Iran never ended critical nuclear weapons work at a controversial underground military bunker that remains operational to this day and able to "enrich uranium to weapons grade" levels. That is according to a new watchdog ...
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Inside the Ring: Countering Pro-China Experts’ Letter

The Trump administration is pushing back against a group of former officials and China experts, including former State Department official Susan Thornton, for an open letter criticizing the administration's tougher U.S. policy toward China. A ...
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US Approves $2.2 Billion Sale of Tanks, Missiles to Taiwan

The Trump administration is selling $2.2 billion worth of tanks and missiles to Taiwan but has delayed exports of new F-16s over budget shortfalls in Taipei. The main piece of the latest arms package announced ...
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Trump Sanctions Hezbollah Agents in Lebanese Government

The Trump administration on Tuesday issued a bevy of new sanctions on a terror network of Lebanese Hezbollah agents who have been performing "Iran's bidding" across the region, according to the Treasury Department. The terror ...
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Silicon Valley Spy Case Links ZTE, PLA to Stolen US Technology

China's major telecommunications firm ZTE was offered stolen American wireless technology used in filtering electronic signals from cell phones and military communications, according to court documents in a Chinese government-linked economic spy case. A document ...
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Warren Staffer Draws Criticism for Anti-Israel Tweet

A staffer for Democrat Elizabeth Warren's 2020 presidential campaign has come under scrutiny for a recently deleted tweet stating he "would totally be friends with Hamas," the Middle Eastern terror group that routinely murders Israeli ...
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Damaged Russian Sub Linked to Underwater Drone Program

A fire aboard a secret Russian nuclear research vessel that killed 14 Russians may have been involved in secret operations by Moscow to support underwater drone operations. Russia's Defense Ministry said in a statement that ...
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Pentagon: S. China Sea Missile Test Violated Xi Militarization Pledge

China's military conducted a flight test of an anti-ship ballistic missile in the contentious South China Sea last weekend in violation of a pledge four years ago by President Xi Jinping not to militarize the ...
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