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Why the United States Invaded Iraq

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TO START A WARHow the Bush Administration Took America Into IraqBy Robert Draper In April 2003, after he had launched the invasion of Iraq, George...
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Unwanted Truths: Inside Trump’s Battles With U.S. Intelligence Agencies

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In early July of last year, the first draft of a classified document known as a National Intelligence Estimate circulated among key members of the...
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Is TikTok More of a Parenting Problem Than a Security Threat?

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TikTok has long presented a parenting problem, as millions of Americans raising preteens and teenagers distracted by its viral videos can attest. But when the...
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Pompeo Warned Russia Against Bounties on U.S. Troops in Afghanistan

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WASHINGTON — Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has warned Russia’s foreign minister against Moscow paying bounties to Taliban-linked militants and other Afghan fighters for killing...
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Former Saudi Official Accuses the Crown Prince of Trying to Kill Him

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BEIRUT — A former top Saudi intelligence official publicly accused Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman on Thursday of sending a team of agents to Canada...
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U.S. Examines Whether Saudi Nuclear Program Could Lead to Bomb Effort

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American intelligence agencies are scrutinizing efforts by Saudi Arabia to build up its ability to produce nuclear fuel that could put the kingdom on a...
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Trump Has Been Comparing Himself to Nixon. That’s Hooey.

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President Trump has been comparing himself to Richard Nixon, tweeting “LAW & ORDER,” and claiming he learned a lot from Nixon. Others have been comparing...
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Ex-C.I.A. Chief Criticizes Silence of Top Republicans on Russian Interference

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WASHINGTON — In the final days of the Obama administration, intelligence officials laid out evidence of Russia’s 2016 election interference campaign to congressional leaders, prompting...
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For Families of 9/11 Victims, Virus Further Slows the Pace of Justice

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This article was produced in partnership with the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting. WASHINGTON — Terry Strada breathed a sigh of relief last summer when...
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Colin Powell Still Wants Answers

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Early one morning in August 2002, Jack Straw, the British foreign minister at the time, drove with a small entourage to a beach house in...