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Ethics Committee clears Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes

The House Ethics Committee has cleared Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes in its investigation into whether he disclosed classified information to the Trump White House, which could create an avenue for Nunes to return to the helm of the panel's Russia investigation.

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House Intelligence chairman cleared of disclosing classified information

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. House of Representatives Ethics Committee on Thursday cleared the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee of charges that he had disclosed classified information, potentially clearing the way for him to resume leadership of the panel's Russia investigation.

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House ethics panel clears Intelligence chairman of disclosing classified information

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. House of Representatives Ethics Committee said on Thursday it had cleared the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee of disclosing classified information, citing an analysis by three experts from the intelligence community.

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FBI agent booted from Mueller probe changed description of Clinton from 'grossly negligent' to 'extremely careless'

A former top counterintelligence expert at the FBI, now at the center of a political uproar for exchanging private messages that appeared to mock President Donald Trump, changed a key phrase in former FBI Director James Comey's description of how former secretary of state Hillary Clinton handled classified information, according to US officials familiar with the matter.

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Ex-U.S. NSA employee pleads guilty to taking classified documents

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A former U.S. National Security Agency employee pleaded guilty on Friday to illegally taking classified information outside the spy agency that an intelligence official said was later stolen from his home computer by Russian hackers.

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Former NSA employee pleads guilty to taking classified documents

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A former National Security Agency employee who worked in its elite hacking unit pleaded guilty on Friday to illegally taking classified information outside the spy agency, the U.S. Justice Department said.

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Former N.S.A. Employee Pleads Guilty to Taking Classified Information

Nghia H. Pho, a software developer for the intelligence agency, admitted taking secrets that Russian hackers then stole from his home computer.

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BRIEF-Geospace Technologies Reports Q4 Loss Per Share $1.46

* GEOSPACE TECHNOLOGIES-DETERMINED PORTION OF INVENTORIES SHOULD HAVE BEEN CLASSIFIED AS NON-CURRENT IN BALANCE SHEETS IN CERTAIN FINANCIAL STATEMENTS​

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Romania expels pro-Russian Serb for photographing military radar

BUCHAREST (Reuters) - Romania has expelled a pro-Russian Serbian nationalist and banned him from entering the NATO member for 15 years after he showed an interest in obtaining classified information on military installations, state security said on Tuesday.

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BRIEF-Schibsted says hasn't seen any strong effects from Facebook's competition

* Norway's Schibsted has not seen any strong effects from Facebook competition in online classified ads business, Sondre Gravir, EVP Europe, Established Sites, told and investor conference in Barcelona on Tuesday

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Op-Ed Contributors: Don’t Muzzle Former C.I.A. Officers

Criticizing wrongheaded or shortsighted decisions by senior officials is very different from divulging classified information.

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Mexico report flags shortcomings in fight against corruption

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - The Mexican government has noted serious shortcomings in its fight against corruption in a classified report seen by Reuters, which was prepared ahead of an international evaluation of the country's efforts to combat money laundering.

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Afghan War Data, Once Public, Is Censored in U.S. Military Report

Key figures on the progress of local security forces, compiled by the government’s spending watchdog, were classified only once before in nine years.

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Secret JFK assassination files to be released Thursday

President Donald Trump said Wednesday that his administration will release classified government documents about the assassination of President John F. Kennedy on Thursday, the deadline Congress set for making the files public.

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What's in the JFK files?

President Trump announced that he expects to release classified documents relating to the assassination of John F. Kennedy.

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Trump plans to release classified JFK documents

President Donald Trump said Saturday he intends to allow the release of classified government documents about the assassination of President John F. Kennedy "subject to the receipt of further information."

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U.S. knew of Indonesian anti-communist massacre as it unfolded

JAKARTA (Reuters) - The U.S. government had intimate knowledge of the mass killing of alleged communists in Indonesia in the mid 1960s even as it failed to publicly reveal the slaughter, newly declassified U.S. documents show.The documents also reveal that Indonesian army intermediaries told Western embassies they were considering toppling then president Sukarno less than a fortnight after the killing of six generals by rebel military personnel that sparked the bloodletting.

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U.S. judge questions government on Trump's latest travel ban

GREENBELT, Md. (Reuters) - A U.S. judge on Monday questioned attorneys defending the Trump administration about a classified report the government is using to justify its latest ban on citizens of some countries from entering the United States.

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Joint Strike Fighter plans stolen in Australia cyber attack

SYDNEY (Reuters) - A hacker stole non-classified information about Australia's Joint Strike Fighter program and other military hardware last year after breaching the network of a defense contractor, the defense industry minister said on Thursday.

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Official: N. Korean hackers stole war plans

North Korean hackers allegedly stole classified military documents from a South Korean Defense Ministry database in September 2016, according to Rhee Cheol-hee, a member of South Korea's National Assembly. CNN's Will Ripley reports.

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N. Korea allegedly stole US war plans

According to a South Korean lawmaker, North Korean hackers were allegedly able to steal classified military documents from a South Korean Defense database in September 2016. CNN's Ben Wedeman has more.

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More than 120 million kids now obese

The number of obese children and adolescents rose to 124 million in 2016 -- more than 10 times higher than the 11 million classified as obese 40 years ago, in 1975.

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North Korean hackers stole US-South Korea war plans, lawmaker says

North Korean hackers allegedly stole classified military documents from a South Korean Defense Ministry database in September 2016, according to Rhee Cheol-hee, a member of South Korea's National Assembly.

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North Korea hackers stole South Korea-U.S. military plans: Yonhap

(Reuters) - North Korean hackers may have stolen a large amount of classified military documents, including the latest South Korea-U.S. wartime operational plan, a South Korean ruling party lawmaker said, Yonhap News reported on Tuesday.

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New N.S.A. Breach Linked to Popular Russian Antivirus Software

Investigators believe Russian hackers exploited Kaspersky Lab software to steal classified documents that a National Security Agency employee stored on his home computer.

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Russian hackers stole U.S. cyber secrets from NSA: media reports

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Russian government-backed hackers stole highly classified U.S. cyber secrets in 2015 from the National Security Agency after a contractor put information on his home computer, two newspapers reported on Thursday.

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Russian hackers stole U.S. cyber secrets from NSA: WSJ

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Russian government-backed hackers stole highly classified U.S. cyber secrets in 2015 from the National Security Agency after a contractor put information on his home computer, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday, citing unnamed sources.

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Russian hackers get U.S. cyber defense details from NSA: WSJ

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Russian government-backed hackers in 2015 stole U.S. secrets on how to penetrate foreign computer networks and protect against cyberattacks after a National Security Agency contractor put highly classified information on his home computer, The Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday, citing unidentified sources.

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ECB tells banks to set aside more cash on bad loans

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - The European Central Bank will ask euro zone banks from next year to set aside more cash to cover newly classified bad loans and may also present additional measures to tackle the sector's huge stock of bad debt, it said on Wednesday.

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Germany asks for Boeing fighter data as weighs order options

BERLIN, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Germany has asked the U.S. military for classified data on two Boeing fighter jets as it looks to replace its ageing Tornado warplanes from 2025, giving a boost to the U.S. company locked in a trade dispute with Canada and Britain.

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EPA trains employees on leaks, presentation shows

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Employees of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency received training this week to prevent leaks to the media of classified and sensitive information as part of a White House-directed crackdown across federal agencies to stamp out leaks, according to a slide presentation seen on Thursday by Reuters.

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Are we at risk for an anthrax attack?

National security expert Mike Rogers discusses the dangers of anthrax. "Declassified" airs Saturdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT.

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The Snow Leopard Is No Longer Endangered. It’s Still at Risk.

The animals have been reclassified as vulnerable by a leading conservationist group, but poaching and habitat loss still threaten their populations.

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Harvard withdraws fellowship invitation to Chelsea Manning

(Reuters) - Harvard University on Friday withdrew a fellowship invitation to Chelsea Manning, the transgender U.S. Army soldier who was convicted of leaking classified data, after two leaders in the U.S. intelligence community distanced themselves from the school.

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Harvard University withdraws fellowship invitation to Chelsea Manning

(Reuters) - Harvard University on Friday withdrew a fellowship invitation to Chelsea Manning, the transgender U.S. Army soldier who was convicted of leaking classified data, after two top intelligence experts distanced themselves from the school over the invite.

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Chelsea Manning, Sean Spicer named fellows at Harvard

BOSTON (Reuters) - Chelsea Manning, the transgender U.S. Army soldier who served seven years in prison for leaking classified data, and former White House spokesman Sean Spicer have been named visiting fellows at Harvard University, the school said Wednesday.

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Republican attempt to deflect Trump-Russia probes could backfire: sources

(Reuters) - Republican lawmaker Devin Nunes' investigation into whether Obama administration officials used classified intelligence reports to discredit Donald Trump's 2016 campaign team could backfire on the congressman - and the president, sources familiar with the reports said.

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Republican attempt to deflect Trump-Russia probes could backfire -sources

(Reuters) - Republican lawmaker Devin Nunes' investigation into whether Obama administration officials used classified intelligence reports to discredit Donald Trump's 2016 campaign team could backfire on the congressman - and the president, sources familiar with the reports said.

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North Korea’s Missile Success Is Linked to Ukrainian Plant, Investigators Say

Investigators are focusing on the factory as a black-market source for North Korea, a new report and classified intelligence assessments say.

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Chelsea Manning makes her Vogue debut

The former U.S. Army intelligence analyst, who served time in prison for leaking classified documents, will be featured in the magazine's coveted September issue.

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Tapper: Trump's retweet 'playing with lives?'

President Donald Trump retweeted a Fox News report quoting anonymous sources regarding North Korea missile capabilities. When US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley was asked about the same story, she said she cannot talk about classified information.

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Trump retweets Fox News story containing classified info

President Donald Trump's retweet of a Fox News story claiming US satellites detected North Korea moving anti-cruise ship missiles to a patrol boat is raising eyebrows on Tuesday after US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley indicated that the information in the report is classified and was leaked.

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Rosenstein: DOJ could prosecute 'anybody' for leaks, including White House staff

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein said Sunday anyone responsible for leaking classified information could face federal prosecution -- including people in the White House and members of Congress.

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U.S. Justice Department not looking to charge journalists for leaks: official

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - One of the top officials at the U.S. Justice Department said Sunday that the agency's heightened focus on policing leaks of classified information is not intended to put journalists in legal jeopardy.

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Sessions: We're reviewing policy on media subpoenas

Attorney General Jeff Sessions Friday detailed his plans to combat leaks of classified information, which have sparked the anger of President Donald Trump.

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Leak Investigations Triple Under Trump, Sessions Says

Attorney general vows to bring criminal charges against those found to have given classified information to the news media.

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Sessions says U.S. has ramped up investigations of classified leaks

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions said on Friday the Justice Department had tripled the number of investigations into unauthorized leaks of classified information and that four people had already been charged.

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U.S. Army Sergeant Is Charged With Trying to Aid Islamic State

Sgt. First Class Ikaika Erik Kang, 34, is accused of trying to provide equipment, training and classified military information to ISIS.

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US stops arming anti-Assad rebels in Syria

A senior US general has confirmed that the US has ended a classified CIA program to arm anti-Assad rebels in Syria.

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Daughter of slain Putin critic Nemtsov wants crime reclassified as political: Ifax

MOSCOW (Reuters) - The daughter of murdered Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov has appealed the jail sentence of a man found guilty of killing her father and four accomplices, the Interfax news agency reported on Friday.

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Artist to debut 3D portraits produced from Chelsea Manning's DNA

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Around thirty three-dimensional portraits of Chelsea Manning, created using the DNA of the transgender U.S. Army soldier imprisoned for leaking classified data, will greet visitors at eye-level at an exhibition opening in New York City next month.

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Comey friend: No memos given to me were marked classified

The Columbia University Law School professor and confidant of former FBI Director James Comey refuted a charge by President Donald Trump and his advocates in the media Monday: that Comey shared classified information with journalists.

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Conway: Comey shared classified information

Counselor to President Trump Kellyanne Conway makes the claim that former FBI Director James Comey shared classified information when he revealed conversations he had with the President.

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Senator: Media leaks 'avalanche' threaten national security

The Republican chairman of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee released a new report Thursday warning that the recent influx of classified leaks to the media pose risks to national security.

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North Korea launched new kind of missile, US officials say

The two-stage missile launched Tuesday by North Korea will be classified by US intelligence as a brand-new missile that has not been seen before, US officials told CNN.

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Susan Rice agrees to testify

The House intelligence committee plans to interview Susan Rice next month as part of its investigation into Russia meddling in the US election last year, a high-profile target for Republicans who accuse President Barack Obama's former national security adviser of improperly handling classified intelligence reports, according to sources familiar with the private talks.

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Chelsea Manning attends NYC Pride

Chelsea Manning, the former US Army intelligence analyst who spent time in prison for sharing classified documents, participated in her first Pride event since her early release in May.

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South Sudan no longer classified as in famine: U.N.-backed report

JUBA/GENEVA (Reuters) - South Sudan is no longer classified as being in famine, although 45,000 people in Jonglei and Unity states are expected to remain in famine-like conditions and the situation is still very critical, a U.N.-backed food security report said on Wednesday.

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Feature: The Long, Lonely Road of Chelsea Manning

Her disclosure of classified documents in 2010 ushered in the age of leaks. Now, freed from prison, she talks about why she did it — and the isolation that followed.

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Chelsea Manning thanks Obama in first TV interview after release

(Reuters) - Chelsea Manning, the transgender U.S. Army soldier who served seven years in prison for leaking classified data, tearfully thanked former President Barack Obama for granting her clemency.

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N.S.A. Contractor May Have Mishandled Secrets Before, Prosecutor Says

Some evidence against Reality Leigh Winner, who pleaded not guilty to charges that she leaked classified information, was portrayed by a prosecutor as “frightening.”

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U.S. intelligence contractor pleads not guilty to leaking charge

AUGUSTA, Ga. (Reuters) - A U.S. intelligence contractor pleaded not guilty on Thursday to a charge of leaking a classified report on Russian interference in U.S. elections to a media outlet, and a federal judge denied her request for bail.

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U.S. contractor pleads not guilty to leaking classified information: CNN

AUGUSTA, Ga. (Reuters) - A U.S. intelligence contractor pleaded not guilty on Thursday to a charge of leaking a classified report on Russian election interference to a media outlet, CNN reported.

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Accused leaker Reality Winner pleads not guilty

Reality Winner pleaded not guilty in federal court Thursday to one charge in connection with removing classified material from a government facility and giving it to an authorized person.

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U.S. intelligence contractor heads to court on leak charges

(Reuters) - A U.S. intelligence contractor charged with leaking a classified National Security Agency report on Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election is scheduled to appear at a detention hearing late Thursday afternoon in Augusta, Georgia.

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Reality Winner, N.S.A. Contractor Accused of Leak, Was Undone by Trail of Clues

Reality Leigh Winner expressed outraged political views on social media after President Trump was elected, suggesting a possible motive for leaking classified material.

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Accused NSA leaker criticized Trump on Twitter

The federal contractor accused of leaking classified information to an online news outlet regarding a 2016 Russian military intelligence cyberattack complained about the Trump administration and posted about leaks on what appears to be her public Twitter account.

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What we know about Reality Winner

A 25-year-old federal contractor is accused of leaking classified information regarding a 2016 Russian military intelligence cyberattack to an online news outlet.

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How officials identified the contractor

The Justice Department announced charges against a federal contractor with Top Secret security clearance after she allegedly leaked classified information to an online media outlet.

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Contractor charged with leaking document about U.S. election hacking: sources

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Department of Justice on Monday charged a federal contractor with sending classified material to a news organization that sources identified to Reuters as The Intercept, marking one of the first concrete efforts by the Trump administration to crack down on leaks to the media.

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Contractor charged with leaking classified document about U.S. election hacking: sources

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Department of Justice on Monday charged a federal contractor with sending classified material to a news organization that sources identified to Reuters as The Intercept, marking one of the first concrete efforts by the Trump administration to crack down on leaks to the media.

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Contractor charged with leaking classified NSA info on Russian hacking

The Justice Department announced charges Monday against a federal contractor with Top Secret security clearance, after she allegedly leaked classified information to an online media outlet.

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Trump denies naming Israel to Russians

President Donald Trump sought to rebut claims that he damaged Israeli intelligence capabilities by revealing highly classified information to Russian operatives earlier this month. CNN's Jim Acosta reports.

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Cillizza: Trump denies a Russia allegation that no one made

After an appearance alongside Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Monday, President Donald Trump paused to push back against reports that he had disclosed highly classified information to the Russians.

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Haley: 'We're trying to reassure' allies

The US is working to reassure allies that the Trump administration can be trusted with sensitive information in the wake of President Donald Trump's reported disclosure of highly classified material, US ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said Monday.

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Cillizza: Trump is benefiting from 'Donald Trump fatigue'

Seven days ago, The Washington Post reported that President Donald Trump had disclosed classified information to two top Russian officials in a meeting in Oval Office.

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Santorum: America voted for this problem

CNN commentator Rick Santorum and New York Times columnist Charles Blow debate whether or not the leaking of classified information is an act of patriotism.

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Approval of President Trump drops to lowest since inauguration: Reuters/Ipsos poll

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Public approval of President Donald Trump has dropped to its lowest level since his inauguration, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll released on Friday, after Trump was accused of mishandling classified information and meddling with an FBI investigation.

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Chelsea Manning shares first picture of herself since release

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Chelsea Manning, the transgender U.S. Army soldier responsible for a massive leak of classified material, shared a photo of herself for the first time since she was released from prison.

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Putin and Lavrov laugh about the US

Russian President Vladimir Putin made light of President Trump's 'secrets' after it was reported that he shared classified information with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov.

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Trump’s Urging That Comey Jail Reporters Denounced as an ‘Act of Intimidation’

News organizations expressed outrage Wednesday over a report that President Trump asked the former F.B.I. director to consider imprisoning journalists who published classified government information.

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Trump makes it hard to keep America safe

What happens when the Department of Homeland Security extends a terror advisory and no one pays attention? Late Monday, in the midst of a 24-hour news cycle that included the bombshell about President Donald Trump's purported handling of classified information, the department warned of the dangers posed by homegrown terrorists.

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Germany asks U.S. for classified briefing on Lockheed's F-35 fighter

BERLIN (Reuters) - The German Air Force this month sent the U.S. military a written request for classified data on the Lockheed Martin Corp F-35 fighter jet as it gears up to replace its current fleet of fighter jets from 2025 to 2035.

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Rep. Schiff: 'Last thing' Trump needs 'is Putin vouching for him'

The top Democrat on the House intelligence committee said Wednesday that "the last thing (President Donald Trump) probably needs right now is for Vladimir Putin to be vouching for him," after the Russian president denied that his US counterpart had disclosed classified information to Russian officials.

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Former Army analyst was convicted of leaking classified information

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Manning leaves U.S. prison seven years after giving secrets to WikiLeaks

(Reuters) - Chelsea Manning walked out of a U.S. military prison on Wednesday, seven years after being arrested for passing secrets to WikiLeaks in the largest breach of classified information in U.S. history.

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Exclusive: Germany asks U.S. for classified briefing on Lockheed's F-35 fighter

BERLIN (Reuters) - The German Air Force this month sent the U.S. military a written request for classified data on the Lockheed Martin Corp F-35 fighter jet as it gears up to replace its current fleet of fighter jets from 2025 to 2035.

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Trump vs. Biggie and Tupac

Late night comedian Jimmy Kimmel explains the situation with Israel and Russia after Trump shared classified information with Russian diplomats in rap terms.

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Fallon pitches product to stop White House leaks

Jimmy Fallon and Jimmy Kimmel poke fun at reports that President Trump shared classified intel and his history of spreading inaccurate information

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Story on DNC staffer's murder dominated conservative media -- until it fell apart

It took only hours for one of the biggest stories in conservative media this week, which some outlets had chosen to focus on over news that President Trump disclosed classified information to senior Russian officials, to fall apart.

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The McMaster Press Conference, Decoded

President Trump's national security adviser, Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster, took questions about whether President Trump shared classified information with Russian dignitaries in an Oval Office meeting. How did he answer?

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Trump had the right to do it, but should he have?

The President of the United States reportedly provided classified information to the foreign minister of the Russian government in the Oval Office. As the President, he is the ultimate "declassifier" of US intelligence, and he has every right to do it.

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Trump's meeting with the Russians: Who else was there?

President Donald Trump's consequential meeting with two of Russia's top foreign operatives earlier this month has cast a pall over his administration, raising questions about the President's ability to handle classified information when meeting with sometimes adversarial foreign leaders.

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Cillizza: Did McMaster just make things worse for Trump?

National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster faced the press Tuesday afternoon in hopes of quieting the storm caused by a Washington Post report that the president had shared classified information with two top Russian officials during a visit to the Oval Office last week.

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Manning leaves prison to a U.S. more accepting of transgender identity

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Chelsea Manning, the U.S. Army soldier responsible for a massive leak of classified material, will walk out of prison on Wednesday after seven years to find a country that has grown more accepting of her transgender identity but less enamored with the cause that led to her incarceration.

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Senators seek info on Trump's meeting with Russians

The Senate intelligence committee is seeking information from the White House on Tuesday about claims that President Donald Trump apparently disclosed classified information to Russian officials.

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Trump defends his 'absolute right' to share information with Russians

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Facing a deluge of criticism over his handling of highly classified information, U.S. President Donald Trump defended having shared "facts" with senior Russian officials, saying on Tuesday he had an "absolute right" to do so and had been trying to get Moscow to be more active in combating Islamic State militants.

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White House under siege does damage control

The crisis-battered White House battled to avert what one top GOP senator warns is a "downward spiral" on Tuesday, following reports that President Donald Trump divulged highly classified information to two top Russian visitors to the Oval Office.

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Trump blasted others over classified info

Over the past year, Donald Trump hammered Hillary Clinton and U.S. intelligence agencies on their handling of classified information.

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Cillizza: Only 2 explanations for this. Neither is good.

President Donald Trump's decision to apparently share top-secret classified information from a foreign ally with two top Russian officials last week, according to sources who spoke with CNN and The Washington Post, seems, on its face, inexplicable.