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Russia Announces ‘Information Operations’ Troops With ‘Counter-Propaganda’ Remit

Russia’s minister of defense said propaganda must be “smart, competent and effective.”

British Progressives Won’t Find A ‘White Knight’ Like Emmanuel Macron

The left could learn a lot from the French presidential candidate’s runaway success.

Iran Bans Teenage Chess Master Siblings From Competing

The brother and sister are now banned from the national team for contravening core Iranian principles.

'Muslim in New York' Exhibit Shows how Muslims Have Contributed to New York Culture for Centuries

A new exhibition at the Museum of the City of New York celebrates the city's large and diverse Muslim population.

Russian Government Launches Western ‘Fake News’ Tracker

Moscow is naming and shaming major U.S. news organizations for their coverage of Russia.

Time Crystals: How Scientists Discovered a New State of Matter

Time crystals could one day be used in revolutionary technologies such as quantum computing.

Newsweek's Foreign Service Podcast: What Should Facebook Do?

Mark Zuckerberg says he wants the platform to make the world a better place. Is that possible?

Will New National Security Adviser McMaster Clash with Donald Trump on Russia?

McMaster has said that "Russia's invasion of Ukraine" in 2014 marked the end of the post-Cold War "holiday from history."

Candice Wiggins: I Was Bullied for Being Straight in WNBA

The retired basketball star claims she was targeted due to ‘jealousy.’

Tillerson Moves to Affirm Constructive Ties with China After a Rocky Start

The call appeared to be the latest effort by the world's two largest economies to put relations back on an even keel after a rocky start following U.S. President Donald Trump's November election victory.

Amnesty International Calls Out Trump's 'Poisonous' Rhetoric

In its annual report covering 159 countries, the human rights group said principles of human dignity and equality had come under assault from politicians seeking election and it zeroed in on Trump.

In a Nod to the Energy Industry, EPA Chief Says Agency Can Also Be Pro-Jobs

Critics of the agency have complained that regulations ushered in by former Democratic President Barack Obama have killed thousands of energy jobs by restricting carbon emissions and limiting areas open to coal mining and oil drilli...

Trudeau Says Canada Won't Halt Illegal Border Crossing Despite Opposition

The number of would-be refugees crossing into Canada at isolated and unguarded border crossings has increased in recent weeks amid fears U.S. President Donald Trump will crack down on illegal immigrants.

Homeland Security Outlines Tougher Immigration Measures

Trump administration is “trying to make citizens afraid of immigrants and make immigrants afraid of law enforcement,” critics say.

Homeland Security Releases New Guidelines for Immigration and Border Security in Wake of Trump Executive Orders

Protections will be left in place for immigrants who entered the country illegally as children, known as "dreamers," but all other illegal immigrants are subject to deportation.

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