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U.S. government agencies and private companies rushed Monday to secure their computer networks following the disclosure of a sophisticated and long-running cyber-espionage intrusion suspected of being carried out by Russian hackers.

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CLAIM: The California Department of Social Services sent a letter to participants in state assistance programs mandating testing for the coronavirus for all family members receiving benefits. Failure to be tested by June 1, 2020, will result in the temporary suspension of benefits and children may be removed from the household if someone tests positive.

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Biden said that President Donald Trump "flat-out lied" when he claimed the US killed Iran's top military general because he was targeting four US embassies.

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Whatever moral authority the United States had to justify the killing of Iran's top general must not be squandered by President Donald Trump. Threatening to destroy Iranian cultural sites and flout laws of armed conflict, as Trump did repeatedly in recent days, severely undermines that authority. It also increases tension at a time when the U.S. must be committed to de-escalation and ...

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In contrast to some veteran diplomats who have testified in the impeachment inquiry, Sondland told lawmakers that he did not take detailed notes of his interactions and “my memory has not been perfect.”

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WASHINGTON (AP) — The House impeachment hearings are entering a crucial second week as Democrats are set to hear from eight additional witnesses about President Donald Trump’s dealings with Ukraine. Three State Department officials have already testified about their concerns as Trump pushed Ukraine to investigate Democrats and withheld military aid from the country.

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TRUMP: "And then you have the lottery. It's a horror show, because when countries put people into the lottery, they're not putting you in; they're putting some very bad people in the lottery. It's common sense. If I ran a country, and if I have a lottery system of people going to the United States, I'm not going to put in my stars; I'm going to put in people I don't want." — Rose Garden remarks Friday.

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TRUMP: "We have terrorists coming through the southern border because they find that's probably the easiest place to come through. They drive right in and they make a left." — Rose Garden news conference Jan. 4.

As Judge Emmet Sullivan shows, the courts can offer relief to President Trump's horrendous immigration policies. But nationwide grass-roots organizing and massive media exposure are needed to reverse Trump's war on migrant children.

MADISON—David William Cox was born on May 29, 1939, in Minnesota. He passed away suddenly and unexpectedly on Dec. 1, 2018, at his home in Mad…

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TRUMP: "Frankly they have a tremendous order — $110 billion. Every country in the world wanted a piece of that order. We got all of it. And what are we going to do? Again, I've had some senators come up and some congressmen that said, 'Well, you know, sir, I think what we should do is we should not take that order.' I said, 'Who are we hurting? It's 500,000 jobs.'" — interview Wednesday with Fox Business News.

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