Karen DeYoung

Washington Post

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Karen DeYoung is senior national security correspondent for the Washington Post.

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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is now blocking five current and former State Department officials from talking to House lawmakers this week.

State Department officials will not attend impeachment depositions, says Pompeo

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is now blocking five current and former State Department officials from talking to House lawmakers this week.

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Afghanistan is bracing for increased violence after peace talks at Camp David were canceled over the weekend.

Why are there such differing versions of why Trump-Taliban peace talks were canceled?

Afghanistan is bracing for increased violence after peace talks at Camp David were canceled over the weekend.

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The United Nations Security Council was set to vote today on a resolution condemning Israeli settlements on Palestinian territory on the West Bank.

Egypt postpones UN resolution on settlements

The United Nations Security Council was set to vote today on a resolution condemning Israeli settlements on Palestinian territory on the West Bank.

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