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A massive cyberattack disrupted computer systems in dozens of countries, an assault experts said relied on a software vulnerability that the NSA had allegedly exploited earlier.

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Trump is considering broad changes to his communications team, which he blames for failing to contain the controversy surrounding his firing of Comey.

A Treasury Department unit will share financial records with a Senate probe into possible ties between Russia and Trump.

The Justice Department last month requested banking records of Manafort as part of probes related to Trump's ex-campaign associates.

An initial U.S.-China trade framework shows Trump is willing to accept a limited deal with Beijing in a bid for more substantial agreements later.

Sessions is scuttling an Obama administration policy to avoid charges carrying mandatory-minimum sentences against nonviolent drug offenders.

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America's main military ally in Syria agreed to let Islamic State fighters escape from a battle without conferring with its U.S. partners.

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May 13, 2017 02:47 ET (06:47 GMT)