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    UK Navy: Russian ships encroach on British waters
    Dec27

    UK Navy: Russian ships encroach on British waters

    By Michael Birnbaum | Washington Post BRUSSELS – British ships and a helicopter were dispatched over the Christmas holiday weekend to track an “upsurge” of Russian naval vessels passing near British waters, the British Navy said Tuesday, as British and NATO leaders warn of Russian naval activity at levels unseen since the Cold War. At least four...

    US agrees to provide lethal weapons to Ukraine
    Dec23

    US agrees to provide lethal weapons to Ukraine

    By Josh Lederman | Associated Press WASHINGTON — The Trump administration has approved a plan to provide lethal weapons to Ukraine, U.S. officials said Friday, in a long-awaited move that deepens America’s involvement in the military conflict and may further strain relations with Russia. Start your day with the news you need from the Bay...

    US appeals court denies stay of transgender military ban
    Dec23

    US appeals court denies stay of transgender military ban

    WASHINGTON — A federal appeals court in the District of Columbia on Friday refused the Trump administration’s request to put a hold on a requirement that it allow transgender people to enlist in the military starting on Jan. 1. Start your day with the news you need from the Bay Area and beyond. Sign up for our new Morning Report newsletter....

    Russian activity around Atlantic cables alarms NATO
    Dec23

    Russian activity around Atlantic cables alarms NATO

    By Michael Birnbaum | Washington Post BRUSSELS – Russian submarines have dramatically stepped up activity around undersea data cables in the North Atlantic, part of a more aggressive naval posture that has driven NATO to revive a Cold War-era command, according to senior military officials. The apparent Russian focus on the cables, which provide...

    Rosenstein defends Mueller, Russia investigation
    Dec14

    Rosenstein defends Mueller, Russia investigation

    By Matt Zapotosky and Devlin Barrett | Washington Post WASHINGTON – Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein defended special counsel Robert Mueller in the face of critical questioning Wednesday from the House Judiciary Committee about whether bias might have infected Mueller’s investigation of Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential...

    Rosenstein defends Mueller, Russia investigation
    Dec14

    Rosenstein defends Mueller, Russia investigation

    By Matt Zapotosky and Devlin Barrett | Washington Post WASHINGTON – Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein defended special counsel Robert Mueller in the face of critical questioning Wednesday from the House Judiciary Committee about whether bias might have infected Mueller’s investigation of Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential...

    Prosecutors: Manafort wrote op-ed with colleague in Russia
    Dec05

    Prosecutors: Manafort wrote op-ed with colleague in Russia

    By Chad Day and Eric Tucker | Associated Press WASHINGTON — In an attempt to burnish his public image and leave no fingerprints behind, Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman Paul Manafort recently enlisted a longtime Russian colleague to help him ghostwrite an op-ed. Related Articles Trump’s tweet raises obstruction specter, worries...

    84-year-old doctor who refuses to use computer loses medical license
    Dec03

    84-year-old doctor who refuses to use computer loses medical license

    By Marwa Eltagouri | Washington Post Aside from a fax machine and landline telephone, there isn’t much technology in the office of physician Anna Konopka, 84. Instead, her patients’ records are tucked into two file cabinets, which sit in a tiny office next door to her 160-year-old clapboard house in New London, New Hampshire. Records...

    Mueller’s swift moves signal mounting legal peril for the White House
    Dec02

    Mueller’s swift moves signal mounting legal peril for the White House

    By Rosalind S. Helderman, Tom Hamburger and Karen Deyoung | Washington Post WASHINGTON – After six months of work, special counsel Robert Mueller III has indicted two top advisers to President Donald Trump and accepted guilty pleas from two others in exchange for their cooperation with his probe into Russian meddling in the 2016 election – a sign...

    Ivanka Trump was instrumental in Michael Flynn becoming national security advisor, report says
    Dec02

    Ivanka Trump was instrumental in Michael Flynn becoming national security advisor, report says

    Friday brought another reminder that Ivanka Trump has massively downplayed her role in her father’s presidential campaign, transition and White House administration. Related Articles Former Trump adviser Flynn pleads guilty to lying to FBI about Russian contacts; Jared Kushner implicated How the Flynn guilty plea is playing in the media...

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