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Julian Assange Is Secretly Charged in U.S., Prosecutors Mistakenly Reveal

By CHARLIE SAVAGE, ADAM GOLDMAN and MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT

Charges were filed secretly in recent months. A case against Mr. Assange could have implications for the special counsel inquiry as well as the publication of government secrets.

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US cutting counterterror forces in Africa

By ROBERT BURNS

The Pentagon says it is reducing its counterterrorism forces in Africa and is studying whether to make similar moves elsewhere in the world.

Mueller Team Has β€˜Gone Absolutely Nuts,’ Trump Says, Resuming Attacks on Russia Inquiry

By MAGGIE HABERMAN, MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT and EILEEN SULLIVAN

A fresh Twitter barrage comes after Mr. Trump spent three days with his personal legal team, crafting answers to written questions from the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III.

Mattis hails troops' border mission as "very good training"

By ROBERT BURNS

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis defended the use of active duty troops on the U.S.-Mexican border, saying that in some ways it provides good training for war.

Mattis compares border mission to one against Pancho Villa

By ROBERT BURNS

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis defended the use of active duty troops on the U.S.-Mexican border, saying that in some ways it provides good training for war.

A $343.9 Million Powerball Prize After 25 Years of Using the Same Numbers

By LIZ ROBBINS and SEAN PICCOLI

A self-described humble man wearing dad jeans and dark sunglasses said he would “give back to Manhattan” and buy his mother a house. And keep playing.

Dorothy Cheney, Who Studied Primates Up Close, Dies at 68

By NEIL GENZLINGER

Her research with her husband, Robert Seyfarth, found that baboons and vervet monkeys had more complex social relationships than previously thought.

Migrant caravan opts for safer, longer route to US border

By Robert Shaffer

One month ago today, 1,000 people started walking from Northern Honduras, beginning a journey they hoped would end with a job in the United States.

Migrant caravan opts for safer, longer route to US border

By Robert Shaffer

One month ago today, 1,000 people started walking from Northern Honduras, beginning a journey they hoped would end with a job in the United States.

Paris Peace Forum harbours ambition to become annual gathering

By Georgi Gotev

It was billed as a "Davos for democracy". But will the newly launched Paris Peace Forum, the latest addition to international conferencing, have an impact?

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