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U.S. Military Wages Battle Against Misconduct

The recent scandals surrounding the behavior of U.S. forces in Afghanistan is prompting some soul-searching within the military. After a decade of war, leaders are seeking ways to ensure that troops uphold proper standards of conduct.
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'Convention' Of Convicted Terrorists At N.Y. Trial

The focus of the trial is Adis Medunjanin and the role he allegedly played in a 2009 plot to bomb New York City subways. But the trial itself is a milestone: It's the first time the people dispatched to carry out al-Qaida plots are being heard in open court. One terrorism expert called it a "convention of terrorism suspects."
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An Insider's Look Into The Secret Service

Reports that members of the secret service brought prostitutes to their Colombian hotel room have caused a firestorm. The incident has many asking if it's reflective of the agency's culture. Host Michel Martin speaks with former secret service agent Dan Emmett about the latest allegations and his new memoir Within Arm's Reach.
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Secret Service Forces Out 3 Agents

The Secret Service announced Wednesday night that three people involved in misconduct in Colombia would be leaving the agency. Agents, as well as military personnel, are alleged to have hired prostitutes in advance of President Obama's recent trip to there.

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