The Pentagon is refusing to release a report by the non-partisan RAND Corp. that rates the risk of sexual assault for troops by installation.
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Rod Rosenstein, the top official overseeing the Mueller probe, is defending the prosecution of foreign agents who may never see the inside of a court room. Robert Mueller's investigation has indicted more than two dozen Russian nationals. (July 19)
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Overall, 55 percent of the people surveyed were unhappy with Trump's performance at the Helsinki summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin, while about a third — 32 percent — approved, according to the CBS News poll published Thursday.
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Some, but not all, conservatives defended Trump's performance beside Putin in Helsinki, arguing that the controversy is just the product of media hysteria. #TheBubble
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Federal officials said Thursday that only 1,606 of 2,551 minors must be reunited under the judge’s order. The remainder have either been deported, are in state or federal custody on non-immigration, criminal charges, or are deemed too dangerous for their kids.
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Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein unveiled a 156-page report Thursday evening on cybersecurity operations and a strategy moving forward on foreign actors influencing U.S. elections, including notifying the American public of attacks.
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