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Amazon Backtracks From Demand That Employees Delete TikTok

By Mike Isaac and Karen Weise

TikTok, owned by the Chinese company ByteDance, has been under scrutiny as a potential national security threat.

Amazon Backtracks From Demand That Employees Delete TikTok

By Mike Isaac and Karen Weise

TikTok, owned by the Chinese company ByteDance, has been under scrutiny as a potential national security threat.

Major Explosion Rocks Iran Again, the 3rd Blast in 3 Weeks

By Farnaz Fassihi

The precise location of Friday’s explosion was unclear, but analysts said there are several military and training facilities in the area.

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First Woman Joins Green Berets After Graduating Special Forces Training

By Thomas Gibbons-Neff

The soldier’s graduation is a landmark moment for the Army, as the Special Forces were one of the last Army assignments without any women.

Boeing Communications Chief Resigns Over 33-Year-Old Article

By Jenny Gross

Niel Golightly stepped down after an employee complained about an article he wrote in 1987 that said women should not serve in combat. He said those views do not reflect his opinion today.

Alexander Vindman to Retire After Clashes With Trump

By Eric Schmitt and Helene Cooper

The White House had made clear to Pentagon officials that President Trump did not want to see Lt. Col. Alexander S. Vindman promoted.

U.K. Says It Will Resume Arms to Saudi Arabia

By Stephen Castle

Military sales were suspended over concerns about Saudi human rights violations in Yemen. Now, Britain argues that Saudi violations there are “isolated incidents.”

White House Warns Against Chinese Investment, Citing Risk of Further Sanctions

By Ana Swanson

Economic and security officials warned a federal fund against putting retirement savings in China at “a time of mounting uncertainty” for the relationship.

Can the Trauma of War Lead to Growth, Despite the Scars?

By Phil Klay

When we speak of trauma, it is usually as something to be avoided at all costs. But the suffering that war brings can be a strange and terrible blessing.

What's an Autonomous Zone?

By Ezra Marcus

Autonomous zones, protest camps and intentional communities alike thrive on hard work and consensus — and can become disastrous rapidly.

With Beijing’s Military Nearby, U.S. Sends 2 Aircraft Carriers to South China Sea

By Lara Jakes

The deployment of an American aircraft carrier and its strike force is often used as a signal to deter adversaries. Deploying two at once is recognized as a significant show of force.

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