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A family member shows pictures of Qandeel Baloch in 2016.

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Qandeel Baloch, seen as a feminist voice in conservative Pakistan, was murdered by her brother in 2016 in an apparent "honor killing."

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NPR has been given exclusive access to nearly a dozen people involved with Operation Glowing Symphony, a classified military operation that launched a cyber attack against ISIS.

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Emails and interviews detail the extent to which the National Rifle Association helped two of Moscow's agents ahead of the election, Senate Finance Committee Democrats say.

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National Security Council officials from prior administrations say a top-secret system reserved for highly sensitive government secrets should not be used for transcripts of foreign leader calls.

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The Stena Impero had been detained by Iranian authorities since July over alleged maritime violations. The seizure was in apparent retaliation for the British seizure of an Iranian tanker.

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A lawsuit filed by Kaiser Health News under the Freedom of Information Act could spur the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services to release audits that document up to $650 million in overcharges.

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Washington is closing out a week that included a vortex of developments involving President Trump, Congress and the 2020 election. Here's what may be around the corner.

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Democratic Rep. Hakeem Jeffries of New York and Republican Rep. Doug Collins of Georgia are receiving an award for civility for teaming up on criminal justice reform.

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