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Gina Haspel Relies on Spy Skills to Connect With Trump. He Doesn’t Always Listen.

By JULIAN E. BARNES and ADAM GOLDMAN

Ms. Haspel, the C.I.A. director, has proved to be an adept tactician in dealing with the president, but there is little evidence he has heeded her work to change policy.

F.B.I. Bars Some China Scholars From Visiting U.S. Over Spying Fears

By JANE PERLEZ

The Trump administration is revoking the visas of a number of Chinese experts who study the United States, fearful they share information with security agencies.

After Arrest of Julian Assange, the Russian Mysteries Remain

By MARK MAZZETTI and JULIAN E. BARNES

An indictment charging Mr. Assange with conspiring to hack into a Pentagon computer does not mention WikiLeaks’ role in Russia’s interference in the 2016 campaign.

Barr Asserts Intelligence Agencies Spied on the Trump Campaign

By NICHOLAS FANDOS and ADAM GOLDMAN

The attorney general said “spying did occur” in remarks certain to please President Trump, who has accused law enforcement officials of targeting his campaign.

Pompeo Bars 16 Saudis From U.S. in Response to Khashoggi Killing

By DAVID E. SANGER

The list included one of Prince Mohammed’s closest aides, but not the prince himself, despite U.S. intelligence agencies concluding he was responsible for sending the team to kill Jamal Khashoggi.

Chinese Woman Arrested at Mar-a-Lago Had a Hidden Camera Detector, Prosecutors Say

By FRANCES ROBLES

Yujing Zhang, 32, was allowed into President Trump’s resort by Secret Service agents, but was later arrested. The authorities said she also had large amounts of cash in her hotel room.

Chinese Woman Arrested at Mar-a-Lago Had Hidden Camera Detector, Prosecutors Say

By FRANCES ROBLES

Yujing Zhang, 32, was allowed into President Trump’s resort by Secret Service agents, but was later arrested. The authorities said she also had large amounts of cash at her hotel room.

Chinese Dissidents Feel Heat of Beijing’s Wrath. Even in Canada.

By CATHERINE PORTER

She thought she would be safe in Toronto. Then she began speaking out against the Chinese government and became the victim of a lurid smear campaign.

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