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Past articles by Lee:

Trump's secretive intel advisory board takes shape with security pros and GOP donors

Donald Trump's President's Intelligence Advisory Board (PIAB) is made up of some security pros along with GOP donors. → Read More

After odd hearing, trial date moved for alleged Mar-a-Lago trespasser Yujing Zhang

Yujing Zhang appeared reluctant to participate in a pre-trial hearing in Florida on Tuesday. → Read More

Osama bin Laden's son believed to be dead: US officials

Get breaking national and world news, broadcast video coverage, and exclusive interviews. Find the top news online at ABC news. → Read More

North Korea fires 2 short-range ballistic missiles: US official

Get breaking national and world news, broadcast video coverage, and exclusive interviews. Find the top news online at ABC news. → Read More

McKinsey and the mystery on Pete Buttigieg’s foreign policy resume

Presidential hopeful Pete Buttigieg doesn't talk much about his trips to Afghanistan and Iraq when he worked for a worldwide consulting firm McKinsey. → Read More

After Trump’s controversial comments, Congress fights over foreign influence measures

Democrats on Capitol Hill use controversial remarks to renew their push for legislation targeting foreign assistance in American campaigns. → Read More

House Intelligence chair to spy agencies: Tell us what Barr asks for

The chairman of the House Intel Committee Friday directed the heads of U.S. spy agencies keep the committee appraised of whatever William Barr asks for in Russia review. → Read More

Manipulated Pelosi video may be a sign of things to come in the 2020 election cycle

A digitally manipulated video of Nancy Pelosi could be a sign of things to come in 2020, expert says. → Read More

After hacking allegation in Mueller report, Florida officials call for briefings

U.S. lawmakers from Florida are amplifying their calls for classified briefings on a potential cybersecurity breach during the 2016 election. → Read More

NSA 'unmasking' of US identities picked up through FISA spikes, report says

The NSA released or “unmasked” the identities of over 16,000 “U.S. persons” referenced in intelligence reports on foreign targets to other agencies, report says. → Read More

Ex-Marine ordered held in alleged break-in at North Korea's embassy in Madrid

Christopher Ahn, 38, could face more than 10 years in prison. → Read More

Suspect in Mar-a-Lago security incident pleads not guilty, ordered held

The Chinese woman at the center of a recent security breach at President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago country club was denied bond Monday after she pleaded not guilty. → Read More

US will have to wait before trying WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange

The Justice Department doesn’t expect Julian Assange to be brought to the U.S. anytime soon to face the conspiracy charge against him, a DOJ official told ABC News. → Read More

Chinese woman in Mar-a-Lago security controversy expected in court

Yujing Zhang is set to appear in a federal court in Florida Monday afternoon for a detention hearing. → Read More

Pompeo links Mar-a-Lago security breach to broader China ‘threat’

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo Friday linked a recent security breach at Mar-a-Lago by a Chinese national with a broader “threat” he said China poses to the U.S. → Read More

Court hearing sheds new light on alleged Mar-a-Lago intruder Yujing Zhang

New details have emerged about Yujing Zhang, the woman carrying Chinese passports who breached Mar-A-Lago. She appears to be wealthy and have some government connections. → Read More

Woman carrying Chinese passports arrested at Mar-a-Lago with 4 cell phones, a laptop and a thumb drive with malware

A woman with Chinese passports managed to skirt multiple layers of security at Mar-a-Lago over the weekend. → Read More

Now in the spotlight, dissident group linked to North Korean break-in suspends operations

Free Joseon, a shadowy North Korean dissident group accused of a raid of the North Korean embassy in Madrid announced that it is "temporarily" suspending operations. → Read More

Republicans call for Rep. Adam Schiff to give up House Intel chair over collusion 'narrative'

Republicans said that Schiff falsely pushed a collusion narrative relating to President Donald Trump. → Read More

Mystery deepens in North Korean embassy break-in after shadowy group claims responsibility

More information emerges about what Spanish police say was a brazen daylight “assault” of North Korea’s embassy in Madrid by a shadowy group of assailants in February. → Read More