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Facebook Takes Down Fake Pages Created in China Aimed at Trump, Biden

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WASHINGTON — Facebook has detected limited Chinese operations intended to both help and hurt President Trump’s re-election chances, the company announced on Tuesday, the first...
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C.I.A. Reasserts Putin Is Likely Directing Election Influence Efforts to Aid Trump

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WASHINGTON — President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia is most likely continuing to approve and direct interference operations aimed at raising President Trump’s re-election chances,...
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As U.S. Increases Pressure, Iran Adheres to Toned-Down Approach

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WASHINGTON — The Trump administration has increased criticism and pressure on Iran in recent days: accusing the country of planning assassinations of American diplomats, announcing...
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Trump Is Wrong About TikTok. China’s Plans Are Much More Sinister.

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The Trump administration says it wants to ban the popular short-video app TikTok in the United States, because TikTok’s parent company, ByteDance, is Chinese. Washington...
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Top Aide in Review of Russia Inquiry Resigns From Justice Dept.

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WASHINGTON — A top aide to the criminal prosecutor whom Attorney General William P. Barr assigned to scrutinize the Trump-Russia investigation has resigned unexpectedly from...
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Whistle-Blower’s Complaint Ignites a Smoldering Homeland Security Agency

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WASHINGTON — Well before his move to the Department of Homeland Security, Brian Murphy had become known as an ambitious counterterrorism investigator at the F.B.I.,...
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Russian Intelligence Hackers Are Back, Microsoft Warns, Aiming at Democrats and Republicans

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The Russian military intelligence unit that attacked the Democratic National Committee four years ago is back with a series of new, more stealthy hacks aimed...
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Russian Intelligence Hackers Are Back, Microsoft Warns, Aiming at Officials of Both Parties

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The Russian military intelligence unit that attacked the Democratic National Committee four years ago is back with a series of new, more stealthy hacks aimed...
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Court Approves Warrantless Surveillance Rules While Scolding F.B.I.

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ImageThe court rulings involved surveillance programs that grew out of once-secret initiatives begun under President George W. Bush, seen here at the White House in...