Andrew Grossman

Wall Street Journal

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Reporter covering federal law enforcement for the Wall Street Journal

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"Media is more than half the battle." That's the motto of the State Department's  Center for Strategic Counterterrorism .

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"Media is more than half the battle." That's the motto of the State Department's Center for Strategic Counterterrorism .

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Schools, buses and subways are beginning to function again, but tens of thousands in New York and New Jersey are homeless or still without power — with winter storms predicted in just…

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At the White House today, President Obama bestowed Medals of Honor on two men who died in the Korean War.

Ten Years Later: The Death of Osama bin Laden

At the White House today, President Obama bestowed Medals of Honor on two men who died in the Korean War.

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