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Wife of Princeton researcher held in Iran urges his release
The wife of a Princeton graduate student sentenced to ten years behind bars in Iran is calling on authorities there to release him, saying he has been "unjustly imprisoned."
American scholar jailed in Iran is innocent, professor says
Princeton professor defends Chinese-American researcher sentenced to 10 years in Iran prison
Iran detains president's brother, sentences American
Iran imprisons Chinese-American for 10 years; President Rouhani's brother detained on financial misconduct allegations
Virginia man charged with espionage for allegedly delivering top-secret documents to China
Kevin Patrick Mallory, 60, was arrested and charged Thursday with espionage and making false statements for allegedly delivering top-secret and secret documents to a suspected Chinese spy. According to the criminal complaint, Mallory traveled to Shanghai in March and April and met with someone who
Headline: 'Orange is the New Black' red carpet premiere party
Writers and cast of the show speak on the latest seasons' and character changes.
Back-channel communications are nothing new for White House
Jared Kushner and Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak discussed the possibility of creating a back channel -- a secret communication channel -- between the Trump team and Russian officials, according to communications between Kislyak and his superiors in Moscow that were picked up by U.S.
President Trump holds news conference with Israeli PM Netanyahu
The two world leaders spoke with the press before having a private meeting at the White House.
SPECIAL REPORT: President Obama Delivers Final News Conference of 2016
This is an ABC news special. George Stephanopoulos. Good afternoon we're coming on the air now because trust Obama is about to hold what may be the final press conference at his presidency. It has been an annual tradition about an hour of sparring with a reporters before heading to why with his
Poking the Bear: Obama Says US Will Respond to Russian Hacking
President Barack Obama today promised the U.S. would "take action" in response to Russia's pre-election hacking, comments that come more than two months after the U.S. intelligence community publicly implicated the Russian government in a plot to interfere with the U.S. election. "I think there is
A Timeline of Russia's Hacking Into US Political Organizations Before the Election
President-elect Donald Trump has been arguing in recent days against U.S. intelligence reports that say Russia interfered with the 2016 election by hacking and releasing damaging information related to Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. Today, he called out the Obama administration