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"… ussian president Vladimir Putin, and therefore cannot be trusted even with U.S. intelligence secrets, much less the presidency. Trump is so thin-skinned and impetuous …"

"… er may have made her communications less secure, and therefore compromised U.S. intelligence information, according to the FBI. After a lengthy probe, FBI director Jam …"

"… other top Clinton aides. Wikileaks has not said how it obtained them, but U.S. intelligence officials say that the Russian government was behind the hacking. Clinton …"

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"… d threatens its interests, and therefore Trump cannot be trusted even with U.S. intelligence secrets, much less the presidency. He is so thin-skinned and impetuous tha …"

"… e point that Trump shouldn’t be given the usual pre-election briefing by U.S. intelligence officials because he’s so dangerous. Trump has visited Moscow, where he …"

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"… l arms shipments, just to those two countries, was roughly $2.16 billion. U.S. intelligence reports and eyewitnesses have previously said that a significant fraction …"

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"… aterialize,” he claimed. This critical account roughly matches what the U.S. intelligence community has stated in its annual classified rankings of global nuclear s …"

"… d better-known Western anxieties. In all the categories of interest to the U.S. intelligence experts making the rankings — the vetting and monitoring of key security …"

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"… ar material has been “in the wild since the mid-1990s,” a knowledgable U.S. intelligence official said. It’s widely thought to be no longer in Russia, and to pos …"

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"… ources I can out of Afghanistan,’” the adviser said. Cash payments by U.S. intelligence agencies to Karzai’s office, meant to bolster his cooperation with the W …"

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"… t would significantly shrink the number of private contractors working for U.S. intelligence agencies. But a key member of Congress said this week she remains unconvin …"

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"… s been designated by the United States as a terrorist organization. Also, U.S. intelligence agencies have warned policymakers that once Assad is gone, the country’s …"

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"… lingness of Israelis and Palestinians to engage in endless conflict.” …"

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"… s an embarrassing disconnect between top policymakers and officials in the U.S. intelligence community, which jointly missed the chance to sound an alarm about a horri …"

"… he intelligence community and the State Department. For more than a month, U.S. intelligence analysts have been declassifying satellite photos depicting the movement o …"

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"… U.S. and Libyan officials said.The discovery of the shells has prompted a U.S. intelligence-led probe into how the Libyans obtained them, and several sources said ear …"

"… administration came close to demanding a special inspection of Iran after U.S. intelligence satellites observed trucks bearing artillery shells pulling up to a suspec …"

"… t's how they discovered that there [was] something unfamiliar."Since then, U.S. intelligence and military specialists have been examining the nature, origin, and condi …"

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"… nbsp;— one of the debate sponsors — wrote that Bachmann’s claim that U.S. intelligence operatives have no place to detain captured terrorists is simply false.Nat …"

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"… long-standing authoritarian governments, the stakes are substantial. U.S. intelligence officials estimate that deposed Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak accumulat …"

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"… have funded combat overseas, and did not address the overall growth in the U.S. intelligence and military budgets.The emergency appropriations bills, for example, did …"

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"… ar there were even key arrests made of drug barons in operations that used U.S. intelligence.Security expert Raúl Benitez believes the controversy over the Fast and F …"

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"… it turned to a company – unfamiliar to most Americans but well-known to U.S. intelligence – to help analyze and understand the intricate network of individuals in …"

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"… a operatives flew jumbo jets into the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, U.S. intelligence was tracking bin Laden’s whereabouts, but after September 11, the desire …"

"… aden and other senior Al Qaeda leaders going? The hunt is going poorly.” U.S. intelligence officials say the reason, in part, is that bin Laden has worked hard to av …"

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"… t Saddam Hussein had no such weapons or the means to produce them, and the U.S. intelligence community determined that there was no meaningful connection between Al Qa …"

"… office “unprepared for war” and that his “biggest regret” was the U.S. intelligence failure on Iraq. …"

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"… to prevent further development,” according to the guide.The most recent U.S. intelligence community assessment on Iran’s nuclear intentions stated that Iran has l …"

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"… from the bestSince the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, U.S. intelligence officials have visited Tel Aviv to meet with their counterparts from Mossa …"

"… ki, told British Broadcasting Corp. radio in 2004 that during a visit to a U.S. intelligence center in Baghdad, she met an Israeli who was involved in interrogating Ir …"

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"… does not have any way of tracking classified programs administered by the U.S. intelligence community. These classified programs likely command large amounts of fundi …"

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"… . Only much later did political discussions begin over the failures of the U.S. intelligence community and security forces that might have prevented the tragedy.By con …"

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"… n connection with the 1991 murder of Belgiums former deputy prime minister.U.S. intelligence also believes Maaroufi was involved in a planned attack on the U.S. Embass …"

"… tute “a substantial crossroad” for Egyptian terrorists.Late last year, U.S. intelligence told Italian authorities that a man using the alias, Umar al Muhajer, was …"

"… gue actions against American targets in Italy,” the Italian report said. U.S. intelligence also provided Italian authorities with a cell phone number which, along wi …"

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"… f the Soviet spy agencys ideological counterintelligence branch.The former U.S. intelligence officer, who asked not to be further identified, wrote a contemporaneous r …"

"… cooperatives Gelios and Orsk to purchase computers from abroad.The former U.S. intelligence officer who interviewed the ex-KGB major said that such a pattern was not …"

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"… ort years, the banks in Latvia and in Moscow failed, in part, according to U.S. intelligence, because of embezzlement at the Moscow bank.But Goldstein thrived. Fed up, …"

"… describes him as “an incredibly bright but very warm person as well.” U.S. intelligence casts him as a opportunistic businessman who formed alliances with former …"

"… er expressed surprise when The Public i told him that Nenkov, according to U.S. intelligence, associated with criminals. So did Goldstein. “This is the first time in …"