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.

Trump's travel ban and the long-term agenda

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.

Sanctuary cities prepare against threat of deportations

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.

China and Russia Using Hacked Data to ID US Spies

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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