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Senate Intelligence chairman steps down from role amid possible insider trading probe

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Law enforcement officials say the FBI went to Senator Richard Burr’s home to get his cell phone after presenting a search warrant to his lawyer. Officials are investigating whether he engaged in insider trading. Burr has said his stock sales were based on public information.