Yochi Dreazen

Foreign editor for Vox

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Managing Editor for News at Foreign Policy magazine and author of The Invisible Front: Love and Loss in an Era of Endless War; former senior defense correspondent at the National Journal; former reporter for the Wall Street Journal, covering White House foreign policy

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News broke over the weekend that Donald Trump Jr. met with a Russian lawyer who apparently offered damaging information on Hillary Clinton’s campaign.

Why a pop star got Donald Trump Jr. a meeting with a Russian lawyer

News broke over the weekend that Donald Trump Jr. met with a Russian lawyer who apparently offered damaging information on Hillary Clinton’s campaign.

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Former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn asked for immunity in  exchange  for his testimony.

Is it worth granting immunity to get the truth?

Former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn asked for immunity in exchange for his testimony.

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Michael Flynn resigned as National Security Advisor after he admitted not fully briefing Vice President Mike Pence about his conversations with the Russian ambassador to the US.

Unanswered questions follow Mike Flynn's resignation

Michael Flynn resigned as National Security Advisor after he admitted not fully briefing Vice President Mike Pence about his conversations with the Russian ambassador to the US.

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Virtual graduations took place over the past few days. But now, students who’ve finished college can’t do in-person job interviews or travel, and they face uncertain futures.

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