Brian Bennett

Los Angeles Times

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Brian Bennett is a reporter for the Los Angeles Times, covering homeland security and immigration. He is a former Baghdad correspondent for Time magazine.

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President Trump’s travel ban suspended in courts  has been revised . There’s no mention of any religion, and many thousands of people can enter the US after all.

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President Trump’s travel ban suspended in courts has been revised . There’s no mention of any religion, and many thousands of people can enter the US after all.

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In Sunday's interview with Leslie Stahl of 60 Minutes, Donald Trump said he still hopes to round up undocumented people as he's promised since the beginning of his campaign.

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In Sunday's interview with Leslie Stahl of 60 Minutes, Donald Trump said he still hopes to round up undocumented people as he's promised since the beginning of his campaign.

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According to US officials, foreign espionage services in Russia and China are cross-indexing hacked US databases to target American intelligence officers.

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According to US officials, foreign espionage services in Russia and China are cross-indexing hacked US databases to target American intelligence officers.

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