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How the U.S. is using terrorists’ smartphones and laptops to defeat them

Residents in the Iraqi city of Mosul are returning home to devastation following the defeat of the Islamic State group in Iraq. Facing billions in construction costs and decades of rebuilding, the source of financial aid remains uncertain. (Dec. 28) AP Syrian opposition fighters drive through Syria in front of Turkish troops

Robb: Donald Trump’s agenda is better than Trump the politician

In his first State of the Union address, President Donald Trump sounded an optimistic tone about America's future and pushed for bipartisan unity. But as AP's Jonathan Lemire explains, what he didn't detail were solutions to the crises ahead. (Jan. 31) AP Robert Robb: After the State of the Union, will voters

U.S. would support reunified Korean Peninsula — without nukes, State Department says

This undated picture released on Jan. 25, 2018 by North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) shows North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un (C) visiting the Pyongyang Pharmaceutical Factory.(Photo: AFP/Getty Images)The State Department said Thursday the U.S. could support North Korea's call for reunification of the Korean Peninsula, but denuclearizing

Roberts: No way will Joe Arpaio quit Arizona Senate race

Joe Arpaio(Photo: Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY)Want to know the best way to ensure that Joe Arpaio will stay in the Senate race until the bitter end, even if he ultimately has to run it from a walker or a wheelchair?Tell him to get out.The Republic’s Dan Nowicki is reporting that there’s

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