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David S. Cloud

David S. Cloud covers the Pentagon and the military from the Washington, D.C., bureau. In his 30-year career, he has also worked at the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal, where he was a member of a team of reporters awarded a 2002 Pulitzer Prize for coverage of the Sept 11, 2001, terror attacks. He is co-author of "The Fourth Star," which traces the careers and experiences in Iraq of four U.S. officers.
Trump dangles peace deal with North Korea, but experts fear he’ll give up too much

U.S. and North Korean negotiators are discussing a possible deal at the Feb 27-28 summit that would include a declaration formally ending the Korean war in return for verifiable steps to halt Pyongyang’s nuclear weapons program. But many of the most contentious issues are still unresolved.

White House drafts order that would ban Huawei from U.S.

The White House is planning a blanket ban on installation of new equipment from Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei in U.S. wireless networks, claiming the technology poses too severe a risk of cyber intrusions and espionage. An executive order is likely to be issued in days.

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