Russian Spy Unit Paid Taliban to Attack Americans, U.S. Intelligence Says

WASHINGTON—A Russian spy unit paid members of Afghanistan’s Taliban movement to conduct lethal attacks on U.S. troops in that country,

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NATO and Russia Flex Their Muscles, but Coronavirus Is a Common Foe

On NATO’s eastern flank, the alliance and Russia are both looking for ways to flex their muscles and show they

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For Chip Makers, Government Involvement Won’t Come Free

Chip-making giants and their investors understandably like the idea of the U.S. government pitching in on a very expensive business.

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WSJ News Exclusive | Trump and Chip Makers Including Intel Seek Semiconductor Self-Sufficiency

The Trump administration and semiconductor companies are looking to jump-start development of new chip factories in the U.S. as concern

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Judge Hands Setback to Amazon in JEDI Case

WASHINGTON—A federal judge granted the Pentagon’s request to reconsider aspects of its huge JEDI cloud-computing contract, a move that Amazon.com

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Watchdog Finds Few Problems in Pentagon Award of JEDI Contract to Microsoft Over Amazon

WASHINGTON—Pentagon watchdog’s report concluded few actual problems occurred in awarding the hotly-disputed JEDI cloud computing contract, in a victory for

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Amazon Claims Pentagon’s JEDI Overhaul Keeps Microsoft in Driver’s Seat

WASHINGTON—Amazon.com Inc. accused the Pentagon of seeking to manipulate its review of a huge cloud-computing deal to steer the award

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