Adam Entous

investigative reporter, New York Times

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Adam Entous is a national security correspondent for the Washington Post. He is a former national security correspondent for the Wall Street Journal.

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House Republicans want to look into Hunter Biden’s past business dealings and how he ended up on the board of a Ukrainian oil company while his father was vice president.

What Hunter Biden did and didn’t do — as House Republicans investigate

House Republicans want to look into Hunter Biden’s past business dealings and how he ended up on the board of a Ukrainian oil company while his father was vice president.

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Long before Trump was elected president his son-in-law Jared Kushner had ties to China.

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Long before Trump was elected president his son-in-law Jared Kushner had ties to China.

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It's now common knowledge that Russia tried to influence last year's election in favor of Donald Trump. What was the role of social media?

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It's now common knowledge that Russia tried to influence last year's election in favor of Donald Trump. What was the role of social media?

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