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Experts Divided Over Iran's Cyberactivity Since Start Of Nuclear Talks

The U.S. government and cybersecurity companies agree that Iran has greatly improved its cyberattack capability over the past two years.
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President Obama To Remove Cuba From State-Sponsored Terrorism List

President Obama intends to take Cuba off of the list of state sponsors of terrorism, and now Congress has a month and a half to decide if it wants to stop the process.
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Sen. Corker Says Congress Didn't Yield On Compromise Iran Bill

NPR's Robert Siegel interviews Tennessee Sen. Bob Corker about the compromise language for the Iran Nuclear Agreement Review Act, which cleared the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Tuesday night.
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Who's On The List Of State Sponsors Of Terrorism, And Why

The White House said Tuesday that President Obama would remove Cuba from the U.S. list of state sponsors of terrorism. Iran, Sudan and Syria are also on it. But some states have made it off, too.
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Congress Says It Will Not Tolerate 'Agents Gone Wild'

The latest episode: sexual misconduct and security lapses by employees at the Drug Enforcement Administration and the Secret Service.
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A Decade After Blowing The Whistle On The FBI, Vindication

After Robert Kobus alerted his bosses to improper payroll practices, he was transferred to an all but empty office. The Justice Department eventually determined the FBI had retaliated against him.
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Ex-Blackwater Guards Sentenced For 2007 Shooting In Iraq

Four men who worked for the private military security firm formerly known as Blackwater were handed decades-long sentences Monday in connection with a shooting in Baghdad that left 17 civilians dead.
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Before The NSA, The DEA Used Phone Records To Track Drug Cartels

NPR's Arun Rath speaks with USA Today reporter Brad Heath about how the Drug Enforcement Administration collected the records of billions of American telephone calls.
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New START Nuke Deal With Russia May Be Aging — But It's Not Over

Five years have gone by since President Obama signed the nuclear treaty with then-Russian President Dmitry Medvedev. Long after negotiations reached their end, the deal's merits still provoke debate.
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U.S. Capitol Briefly Placed On Lockdown After Apparent Suicide

Police say a gunman was "neutralized" by a self-inflicted wound. No one else was reported to have been hurt in the incident, which occurred during Washington, D.C.'s annual Cherry Blossom festival.

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