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1 Million Primary Ballots Were Mailed Late, Postal Service Watchdog Says

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WASHINGTON — More than one million mail-in ballots were sent late to voters during the 2020 primary elections, an internal Postal Service audit found, underscoring...
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Military Surveillance Planes Didn’t Spy on Protesters, Pentagon Report Finds

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WASHINGTON — Deploying a little-known National Guard reconnaissance plane in four American cities to monitor protests this spring did not violate rules against the military...
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Justice Dept. Questions Former C.I.A. Director for 8 Hours

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WASHINGTON — The former C.I.A. director John O. Brennan was told during eight hours of questioning on Friday that he was not the target of...
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Ex-F.B.I. Lawyer Expected to Plead Guilty in Durham Investigation

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WASHINGTON — A former F.B.I. lawyer intends to plead guilty to falsifying a document as part of a deal with prosecutors conducting their own criminal...
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Another Inspector General Resigns, Raising Questions About Pompeo

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WASHINGTON — The State Department’s acting watchdog has resigned his post less than three months after replacing the previous inspector general, whom President Trump fired in...
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Inquiry Prompted by Trump’s Hurricane Dorian Claim Is Being Blocked, Investigator Says

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WASHINGTON — The Department of Commerce is preventing the release of an investigation’s findings into whether it coerced the head of a federal agency into...
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Air Force Investigates Military Planes That Monitored Protesters

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WASHINGTON — The Air Force inspector general is investigating whether the military improperly used a little-known reconnaissance plane to monitor protests in Washington and Minneapolis...