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Full transcript: Acting FBI director McCabe and others testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee

Acting FBI director Andrew McCabe, who replaced James Comey after he was fired by President Trump, testified before the Senate Intelligence Committee on the topic of worldwide threats.

What would the government do after a WMD attack? We have no idea.

If North Korea launches a nuclear-armed ballistic missile, one of the only things we know for sure about what will happen next is that the news will race around the world on classified networks using the designation reserved for the Pentagon’s highest-level alert, an “OPREP-3 PINNACLE NUCFLASH,” which signals a possible imminent nuclear war. After that, though, we know surprisingly little about what might unfold — particularly if a surprise attack managed to cripple Washington.

Iran Presidential Elections Heating As People Denounce Entire Facade

As we wind down to the final stretch of Iran’s presidential “election” campaign, with polls scheduled for May 19th and a possible run-off for May 26th, tensions are rising as senior Iranian regime officials are taking gloves off and resorting to unprecedented remarks.

What US-Russia crisis? Trump seeks closer ties in WH meeting

President Donald Trump sought to advance prospects for cooperation between the former Cold War foes in Syria and elsewhere in a rare Oval Office meeting with Vladimir Putin's top diplomat.

The Latest: US-Led Coalition Lauds Capture Of Syrian IS Town

The U.S.-led coalition fighting the Islamic State group says the Kurdish-led Syrian opposition forces' captured a key town and nearby dam in eastern Syria.

The Saturday Night Massacre: 'Your Commander In Chief Has Given You An Order'

In 1973, the Saturday Night Massacre triggered a public and political outcry that accelerated the eventual downfall of President Richard Nixon.

Woman Shot By Police In Terror Raid Charged With Murder Plot

UK: A woman who was shot by officers during a raid by counterterrorism police in London was charged along with her mother.

North Korea Says It Will Seek Extradition Of Plot Culprits

North Korea will seek the extradition of anyone involved in what it says was a CIA-backed plot to kill leader Kim Jung Un last month.

On First Day In Office, South Korean President Talks About Going To North

South Korea's new president said that he would be willing to hold talks in Washington and Pyongyang in efforts to ease the North Korean nuclear crisis.

Benghazi Terror Suspect's Capture, Interrogation Scrutinized In Federal Court

The interrogation of a Libyan militia leader accused of leading the 2012 Benghazi terrorist attack will take center stage at a week-long federal court proceeding in Washington.