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Molly O'Toole

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Molly O’Toole is a senior reporter for Foreign Policy magazine, covering national security and politics. She is a former political reporter for Defense One.

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We look at the other part of Jeff Sessions’ order: people facing gang violence also won’t qualify for asylum. This mainly affects Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador.

Gang violence in El Salvador: the realities on the ground

We look at the other part of Jeff Sessions’ order: people facing gang violence also won’t qualify for asylum. This mainly affects Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

President Trump is reportedly outraged at his staff because the political flap over false statements about Russian officials just won't go away.

Presidential tweetstorms and the Russian connection

President Trump is reportedly outraged at his staff because the political flap over false statements about Russian officials just won't go away.

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President Obama gave his final address to the United Nations General Assembly   Tuesday  .

What will Obama's foreign policy legacy be?

President Obama gave his final address to the United Nations General Assembly Tuesday .

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