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Bill to Support ‘Havana Syndrome’ Victims Unanimously Passes Senate

“Havana Syndrome” is the term given to an illness that first surfaced among more than 40 U.S. Embassy staff in Havana, Cuba, beginning in 2016.  Since then, at least a dozen U.S. diplomats at the U.S. Consulate in Guangzhou suffered symptoms “consistent with the effects of directed, pulsed, radiofrequency energy." Keep Reading

CIA Adds Four New Stars to Memorial Wall

The Central Intelligence Agency held its annual Memorial Ceremony on Tuesday to honor, remember, and celebrate the selfless and brave individuals who made the ultimate sacrifice on behalf of the nation. Keep Reading

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