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The Institute is designed to equip graduates with a blending of concepts from technology, history, policy and culture... [Read More]
A bill to extend the National Security Agency's warrantless-surveillance program. The Senate must approve the same bill before it can be sent to President Donald Trump for his signature. PASSED: 256-164 RepublicansYes: Chabot, Gibbs, Johnson, Joyce, Latta, Renacci, Stivers, Tiberi, Turner, WenstrupNo: Davidson, Jordan DemocratsNo: Beatty, Fudge, Kaptur,... [Read More]
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President Donald Trump on Tuesday allowed the resumption of refugee admissions as a complete ban he instituted four months ago expired, but the administration is adding "enhanced" screening procedures and a 90-day review for nationals from 11 countries believed to pose a higher risk to U.S. national security. Officials refused to identify the 11 countries, but said refugee applications from those nations will be accepted and judged case-by-case. Trump issued an executive order directing relevant government agencies to resume refugee processing, which he clamped down on shortly after taking office. Trump argued that the U.S. needed to do a... [Read More]
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AP Photo/Evan Vucci After President Donald Trump sent a tweet criticizing a critical national security program that allows the US to monitor foreign agents, House Speaker Paul Ryan had to spend half an hour explaining the difference between domestic and foreign surveillance to Trump. The tweet was also at odds with a statement the White House press secretary sent out the night before, which said the administration strongly supported reauthorizing the program. After Ryan and chief of staff John Kelly spoke to Trump, he sent out a second tweet amending his position. President... [Read More]
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The U.S. Department of Commerce has finally completed its much-anticipated Section 232 report on whether foreign steel imports are threatening national security and should be further restricted. [Read More]
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The National Security Agency, America's code-breaking and surveillance spies, is one of the most super-secretive organizations in the world. For several decades its very existence was denied, and ... [Read More]
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What makes climate change so pernicious is that while the effects will only become catastrophic far down the road, the only opportunity to fix the problem rests in the present.. Maine news, sports, politics, election results, and obituaries from the Bangor Daily News. [Read More]
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Our development and humanitarian investments play a critical role in protecting U.S. national security, and promoting American interests. [Read More]
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President Trump is following the law. He understands that his most important job is to protect our national security and the safety, jobs and economic security of the American people. Improving border security is a vital step in achieving these goals. [Read More]
that's why I told Washington Republicans to grow a pair of ovaries and get the job done," she said in the video. "Now, I am running for the Senate to fight the fights that must be won. On national security, economic security and border security." [Read More]
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Spy Satellite To Launch From California's Vandenberg AFB The launch of a USA spy satellite looked good atop the fiery plume of a Delta IV rocket launched from the state of California's Vandenberg Air Force base, with officials hoping to avoid a repeat of Sunday's failed attempt to place another spy satellite in space, according to webcast by United Launch Alliance rocket company. As usual with classified launchings, no details were provided about the... [Read More]
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"When the country is on the brink of becoming a great military power, it's also stepping into a period with high risks to national security. War is not far from us." [Read More]
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U.S. must counter Russia's threat to national security To the Editor: Every branch of our intelligence services, including the military, has presented evidence of Russian interference in our 2016 elections through manipulation of social media, including planting bots spreading fake and distracting news, as well as hacking personal and institution... [Read More]
U.S. must counter Russia's threat to national security To the Editor: Every branch of our intelligence services, including the military, has presented evidence of Russian interference in our 2016 elections through manipulation of social media, including planting bots spreading fake and distracting news, as well as hacking personal and institution... [Read More]
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Former national security adviser Michael Flynn's lawyer, Robert Kelner, on Thursday tweeted out an advisory his firm prepared on the Foreign Agents Registration Act—the law, requiring lobbyists for overseas interests to register with the Justice Department, that his client violated. Kelner is the first of five Covington & Burling attorneys identified as contacts on the... [Read More]
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Sen. David Perdue told Newsmax TV on Friday that the U.S. faces many global threats — Iran, Russia, North Korea — but that he agreed with Defense Secretary James Mattis that "the No. 1 threat to our national security is our own debt." [Read More]
Sen. David Perdue told Newsmax TV on Friday that the U.S. faces many global threats — Iran, Russia, North Korea — but that he agreed with Defense Secretary James Mattis that "the No. 1 threat to our national security is our own debt." [Read More]
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SACRAMENTO, Calif., Jan. 12, 2018-- Aerojet Rocketdyne, Inc., a subsidiary of Aerojet Rocketdyne Holdings, Inc., successfully supported the launch. [Read More]
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When the Republican-controlled U.S. House this week approved an extension of a National Security Age... [Read More]
WASHINGTON — When the Republican-controlled U.S. House on Thursday approved an extension of a National Security Agency program that permits the agency to monitor phone calls and e-mails between foreigners abroad and Americans, Republicans Warren Davidson of Troy and Jim Jordan of Urbana were among the 164 lawmakers to vote no. The bill, which now goes to the Senate where passage is expected, provoked opposition from an unusual coalition of liberal Democrats and conservative... [Read More]
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