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North Korea has scaled back winter military exercises this year, a development U.S. officials believe reflects pressure from international sanctions.

FBI Deputy McCabe left his post at the urging of his bosses following weeks of criticism from Trump and other Republicans.

A House panel voted to make public a classified GOP-authored memo that alleges surveillance abuses against a Trump associate.

Trump is expected to outline a broad agenda while spotlighting immigration in his State of the Union address.

The administration said it was resuming refugee admissions from 11 countries, but with added vetting.

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The Pentagon has classified a sweeping range of data used to measure its progress in Afghanistan.

Xi is turning to a trusted ally who ran his anticorruption campaign to help manage fraught U.S.-China ties.

Nafta talks survived a sixth round, even as tensions flared between the U.S. and Canada over auto rules.

The GOP governors association has decided to return $100,000 in donations from casino mogul Wynn's firm.

Melania Trump's flights between the inauguration and her move to the White House cost over $675,000.

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January 30, 2018 02:47 ET (07:47 GMT)