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Deputy Assistant Secretary of State George Kent arrives on Capitol Hill on Oct. 15. His testimony from that deposition was released on Thursday.

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The leader of the State Department's European and Eurasian Bureau was described as having told House investigators that the White House deputized "three amigos" to handle Ukraine policy.

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The prison sentence is the longest ever doled out by the International Criminal Court, which earlier this year found the former warlord guilty of atrocities in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

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Johnson spent more than three years as superintendent, during a turbulent time when the department was trying to restore the public's faith in police after the shooting death of Laquan McDonald.

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U.S. officials say that before coming to the U.S., the Iranian citizen and U.S. permanent resident served in Iran's military. His brother is said to have ties to Iran's military and nuclear program.

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The traffickers were caught with 11.9 kilograms of fentanyl — enough to kill nearly 6 million people, by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration's standard.

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Thirty years after the Berlin Wall fell, Hoyerswerda is struggling to thrive, a far-right party has gained popularity and many residents worry about the future when Germany phases out coal.

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Dengue afflicts nearly 400 million people worldwide every year, but a vaccine has remained elusive. New research offers a path forward.

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In 1979, when Morning Edition debuted, the United States was entering an era in which big stories often seemed to last for months and even years — and some just never seemed to go away.

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