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    In 2016, Trump promised to enforce laws on classified material

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  • The NBA announces it will hold no games on Election Day

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  • Trump legal team copied voting machine data in battleground states: WaPo

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  • U.S. should take the 'courageous decisions now' in Ukraine, says Vindman

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  • Liz Cheney fights for her political survival in Wyoming primary

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  • Trump calls for the 'immediate release' of unredacted affidavit

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  • A year since the Taliban has taken over Afghanistan, country in economic shambles

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  • Why August 8 could become a hinge point in U.S. history

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  • Liz Cheney battles to win re-election in Wyoming as some call her 'traitor'

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  • What a president can and can't do in removing protections for secrets

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  • David French: Far-right media intentionally whipping up far-right public into a fervor

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  • Matt Lewis: It's time for the GOP to go nuclear and dump Trump

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  • Men and fathers are shifting toward Dems since May, polling shows

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  • Peter Strzok: The FBI isn't targeting one side or the other

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  • Joe: FBI is trying to protect Americans by keeping classified documents classified

    07:38
  • Former national security adviser puts cold water on Trump's document claims

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  • Joe: Trump keeps going through the lies on Mar-a-Lago documents

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  • A story about friendship and brotherhood that developed in combat

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  • Neal Katyal: 'A brilliant chess maneuver' for AG Garland

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AG Jeff Sessions gets a case of the 'lying disease'

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In a new interview, Attorney General Jeff Sessions contradicts himself by saying it wasn't the administration's policy to separate children from their families at the U.S. border, which seems the opposite of what he said previously.