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New information on the deadly ambush in Niger
Sources say Nigerien and U.S. forces asked for more support but the request was refused.
Trump blocks release of some JFK assassination files
Some records were withheld due to national security concerns, according to a memo from President Trump, while more than 2,800 previously classified or redacted records were released by the National Archives.
President Kennedy assassination documents to be released
President Trump said he will allow the release of around 3,000 CIA and FBI documents about the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy as ordered by Congress in 1992.
Trump says he will allow release of JFK secret case files
The 3,000 pages of documents are related to the Kennedy assassination in 1963.
7 times Donald Trump made false or unsubstantiated claims
Reality TV star dominated the day down in his skepticism over the president's birth certificate but a broad it was an addiction to get some Republicans say that runs association with term may not just overshadow his message is make him look unwilling to challenge extremist views in his party Donald
Student reports seeing teacher kiss Tennessee teen Elizabeth Thomas
Tad Cummins denied ever kissing Thomas, and a few days later, he was suspended from the school.
King of game shows Chuck Barris dies at age 87
Finally tonight, he called himself the king of daytime television. Game show pioneer, outrageous host, and self-proclaimed CIA operative. There was only one chuck Barris. Here's ABC's David Wright. Reporter: Even before "The gong show" -- chuck Barris was already the king of the game shows. And
Dad of missing teen pleads for her return
The father of Elizabeth Thomas, 15, who authorities believe was abducted by her teacher, spoke out in an interview with ABC News, pleading with his daughter to "come home to us."
Assange defends WikiLeaks' publication of CIA hacking docs
The CA developed. A giant arsenal he. What appears to be the largest arsenal of trojans and viruses in the world that attacks. Most of the the systems that journalists. People in government politicians. CEOs. And average people use. Didn't secure it. Lost control of it and then. Appears to have
Fallout from WikiLeaks CIA release
ABC News' Martha Raddatz reports on how the CIA is reacting to the release of what WikiLeaks claims are thousands of secret CIA files.