After Complaints, Trump Administration Agrees To In-Person Election Threat Briefings

The nation's top intelligence official caused a stir last month when he canceled face-to-face updates for Congress. The Senate and House intelligence committees say he's agreed to resume them.
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Maurkice Pouncey becomes 2nd Steeler to remove Antwon Rose Jr.’s name from helmet
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Prestigious NYC middle school rocked by teacher sex-assault claims
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Trump makes promises as 4 states start early voting
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