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Exclusive: 9/11-style threat to attack D.C. broadcast during U.S. flight ahead of Trump rally

Exclusive: 9/11-style threat to attack D.C. broadcast during U.S. flight ahead of Trump rally

ShareThe U.S. Intelligence Community is investigating a possible threat to Washington, D.C. broadcast during a commercial flight in apparent response to the killing of a leading Iranian general one year ago, Newsweek has learned."We are going to fly a plane into the capital on Wednesday to avenge Soleimani's death," the unidentified voice said as the airliner flew 36,000 feet over sea, according to the report. The flight was said to have continued without incident. The NCTC said it was currently working alongside the FAA, TSA and and that the situation was being monitored.Current and former...

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Veterans call on Dan Crenshaw to resign for alleged role in disparaging female vet

Veterans call on Dan Crenshaw to resign for alleged role in disparaging female vet

ShareAt least two veterans groups, along with more than a thousand individual former service members and Department of Defense civilians, have called for the resignation of Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-Texas) over his alleged role in helping a top Trump administration official collect discrediting information about a female veteran who said she was sexually assaulted.Common Defense, a progressive veterans group, joined the likes of the left-leaning organization Vote Vets on Wednesday in calling for the first-term lawmaker to step aside after an independent government watchdog report said he tried...

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Dec 16
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Trump administration officials face tough time finding new jobs

Trump administration officials face tough time finding new jobs

SharePresident may only have a couple of months left in his White House tenure, but former and current officials say his legacy will live on—and it may be at the expense of some of his closest followers.Potential employers may be hesitant once they do their due diligence, one former senior Trump administration official said."They're going to turn over some rocks, and they're going to find some genuine criminal misconduct," the former official, who worked for one of the United States' largest federal agencies, told Newsweek.The former official recalled a workplace where the manager ran the...

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Nov 16
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U.S-China Cold War rages in cyberspace, where intellectual property is a costly front

U.S-China Cold War rages in cyberspace, where intellectual property is a costly front

ShareThe competition between the world's preeminent powers, the United States and China, is playing out on an unprecedented scale, involving what U.S. officials say is a grand theft that both the government and the private sector are struggling to combat.Despite Chinese officials vehemently denying the mass systematic stealing of intellectual property, the most senior U.S. counterintelligence official said the ongoing heist sets the country back some half a trillion dollars a year as Washington and Beijing compete for technical and military supremacy in the 21st century."The theft of...

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Russia uses Open Skies Treaty to identify bombing targets, U.S. tells NATO

Russia uses Open Skies Treaty to identify bombing targets, U.S. tells NATO

ShareThe United States is expected to tell NATO allies Thursday that it is withdrawing from the Treaty on Open Skies in part because it fears Russia is using the pact to photograph critical infrastructure in Europe and the U.S. to identify targets to bomb, a State Department memo obtained by Newsweek showed.The Trump administration will provide a six-month notice of intent to withdraw from the treaty on Friday, according to the memo."After careful consideration, including input from Allies and key partners, it has become abundantly clear that it is no longer in America's interest to remain...

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Exclusive: As China hoarded medical supplies, the CIA believes it tried to stop the WHO from sounding alarm on the pandemic

Exclusive: As China hoarded medical supplies, the CIA believes it tried to stop the WHO from sounding alarm on the pandemic

ShareThe CIA believes China tried to prevent the World Health Organization from sounding the alarm on the coronavirus outbreak in January—a time when Beijing was stockpiling medical supplies from around the world. A CIA report, the contents of which were confirmed to Newsweek by two U.S. intelligence officials, said China threatened the WHO that the country would stop cooperating with the agency's coronavirus investigation if the organization declared a global health emergency.It was the second such report from a Western intelligence service and is likely to further inflame tensions between...

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ISIS already has a new leader, but Baghdadi may not have been running the group anyway

ISIS already has a new leader, but Baghdadi may not have been running the group anyway

Back-to-back U.S. operations Saturday and Sunday have resulted in the deaths of Islamic State militant group (ISIS) leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and spokesperson Abu al-Hassan al-Muhajir in Syria, but the organization has already designated a successor, Newsweek has learned. Abdullah Qardash, sometimes spelled Kardesh and also known as Hajji Abdullah al-Afari, was said to have been nominated by Baghdadi in August to run the group's "Muslim affairs" in a widely-circulated statement attributed to ISIS' official Amaq news outlet, but never publicly endorsed by the group. Though little is known...

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