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Air Force Unveils Plan To Improve Conditions For Drone Operators

The Air Force's corps of drone operators is in bad shape from years of overwork, so service officials want to put it on a path to more sustainable, normal operations.
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'Atlantic' Article Explores How Obama Thinks About Terrorism

Steve Inskeep talks to Peter Beinart about his piece in The Atlantic entitled, "How Obama Thinks About Terrorism." Beinart writes Obama and his political opponents think about terrorism differently.
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Bipartisan Legislation Aims To Tighten Visa Waiver Program

Visitors from 38 countries don't need a visa to enter the U.S. Steve Inskeep talks to Sen. Jeff Flake, R-AZ, about the legislation he introduced that would up security of the visa waiver program.
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San Bernardino Shooters Were Radicalized Before Meeting, FBI Chief Says

The FBI Director told a Senate panel the attackers appear to have radicalized, independently, more than two years ago.
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Republicans Reject Proposals To Bar People On No-Fly List From Buying Guns

They say Democrats are trying to score political points and have thrown their weight behind a GOP alternative that requires a judge to block such gun sales.
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Investigators Say San Bernardino Shooters Were Radicalized Years Before Attack

Investigators continue to discover new details about the two people behind the attack in San Bernardino, Calif. Authorities say both were radicalized for years even before they met and married.
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FBI Director Provides New Details On San Bernardino Shooters

The San Bernardino shooting and law enforcement efforts to prevent another attack dominated FBI Director James Comey's testimony on Capitol Hill Wednesday.
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Citing Religious Liberty, Evangelical Leaders Blast Trump's Muslim Ban

"It is not in spite of our Gospel conviction, but precisely because of it, that we should stand for religious liberty for everyone," one evangelical leader said.
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Government Suspected Of Wanting CIA Torture Report To Remain Secret

A Senate panel released a redacted synopsis of the 7,000 page report. Copies of the full classified report sent to federal agencies have gone unread. Some fear the report may never be made public.
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Cruz Won't Criticize Trump But Offers His Own Plan To Bar Refugees

The Texas senator and GOP presidential candidate tells NPR's Steve Inskeep his plan to curb immigration of Middle Eastern refugees — and why he may disagree with but won't criticize Donald Trump.

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