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A U.S. military vehicle drives past an oil pump jack in the countryside of Syria's northeastern city of Qamishli. President Trump is leaving some U.S. troops in Syria, with the goal of controlling Syria's oil fields. But legal experts say exploiting the oil could amount to pillaging — a war crime.

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President Trump is leaving some U.S. troops in Syria, with the goal of controlling Syria's oil fields. But legal experts say exploiting the oil could amount to pillaging — a war crime.

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Relatives of presidents and vice presidents have lots of opportunities to cash in on their famous relative's name, and more than a few have done so.

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In the wake of two deadly 737 Max plane crashes, Boeing officials are now facing lawmakers on Capitol Hill. "We know we made mistakes and got some things wrong," said Boeing chief Dennis Muilenburg.

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GDP numbers out Wednesday show the U.S. economy lost some steam in the third quarter. President Trump is banking on a strong economy as his ticket to a second term.

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Beijing recently canceled a sister-city agreement with Prague, whose mayor opposed inclusion of a "One China" provision that Taiwan is part of China. Beijing also canceled a Prague Philharmonic tour.

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The State Department employee who previously worked for the National Security Council is the latest witness to testify behind closed doors with House investigators.

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Anderson is expected to say that senior officials at the White House blocked State Department officials from releasing a statement that condemned Russia's action in Ukraine last year.

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Christopher Anderson, onetime aide to the former special envoy to Ukraine, will be interviewed along with Catherine Croft, who served as special adviser for Ukraine in the State Department.

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