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How A Russian Troll Factory Waged An Aggressive Campaign To Disrupt The U.S. Election

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Crude, Expensive And Effective: How Russia Impacted The Election

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U.S. Officials Say Scheduled Transfer Of Guantanamo Bay Detainee Is Not Happening Yet

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Former FBI Assistant Director On What Went Wrong With Tip About Florida Shooter

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Past practices offer few clues about where special counsel Robert Mueller might take the Russia probe — and then what might happen when it's over. Alex Wong/AP hide caption

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What Could Be Coming Next In Robert Mueller's Russia Investigation

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Guantanamo's Near-Empty Lockups Have Been Readied For More Prisoners

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At the Munich Security Conference in Munich on Sunday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu holds a part of a downed drone that he said came from an Iranian drone shot down over Israeli airspace earlier this month. Lennart Preiss/AP hide caption

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Young men outside Raqqa, Syria, training to find and destroy hidden explosive devices left by retreating ISIS forces. Greg Dixon/NPR hide caption

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ISIS' Parting Gift To Its Former Capital: Thousands Of Explosive Booby Traps

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Bins of signs are seen at an election office in San Antonio, Texas. The first primaries of the 2018 elections are less than a month away, and the Department of Homeland Security held a classified briefing last week to further explain voter system threats to election directors and secretaries of state. Eric Gay/AP hide caption

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Election Chiefs 'Straddle The Line Between Sounding The Alarm And Being Alarmist'

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Trump Tweet Ties 'Missed Signals' In Florida Shooting To FBI Russia Probe

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Trump Campaigner On Russia Indictment

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The Russia Investigations: Reading Into Mueller's Latest Indictments

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Following Mueller Indictments Targeting Russians, Moscow Maintains Denial

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A week ago, kids in Parkland, Fla., were talking about prom and graduation. Now they're talking about funerals and gun control. Some students say the shooting that left 17 people dead will be a catalyst for different gun laws. Brian Mann/North Country Public Radio hide caption

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Florida Students Shaken Over Shooting Plan To March In D.C.

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Ben Dickmann surrendered his AR-57 and two 50-round magazines to the Broward County Sheriff's Office Friday. His decision comes after a shooting at a high school in nearby Parkland, Fla. left 17 dead and others injured. Courtesy of Ben Dickmann hide caption

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After Parkland Shooting, A Florida Gun Owner Gives Up His AR-57

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National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster spoke at the Munich Security Conference Saturday and said the U.S. "will expose and act against those who use cyberspace" to spread disinformation. Sebastian Widmann/Getty Images hide caption

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Grand Jury Indicts Russians Over Election Interference

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Rep. Jackie Speier On Indictment Of Russians

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Smallpox virus, colorized and magnified in this micrograph 42,000 times, is the real concern for biologists working on a cousin virus — horsepox. They're hoping to develop a better vaccine against smallpox, should that human scourge ever be used as a bioweapon. Chris Bjornberg/Science Source hide caption

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Did Pox Virus Research Put Potential Profits Ahead of Public Safety?

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