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Clinton Case Raises Questions About Discipline For Government Employees

Susan Hennessey, a fellow at the Brookings Institution and managing editor of the Lawfare blog, talks about disciplinary actions for employees implicated in "sloppy" handling of classified materials.
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ACLU Report Documents Deportation Of U.S. Veterans

The American Civil Liberties Union documented at least 84 veterans being deported or already exiled from the U.S., despite honorable service. NPR revisits the story covered last year.
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Obama Slows Withdrawal Of U.S. Troops From Afghanistan Again

President Obama announced Wednesday more U.S. troops than planned will remain in Afghanistan through the remainder of his presidency.
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John Kerry Visits Georgia, Ukraine Ahead Of NATO Summit

Secretary of State John Kerry visits Georgia and Ukraine ahead of a NATO summit that comes amid tensions with Russia.
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FBI Director: Evidence Against Clinton Points To Carelessness, Not Criminality

FBI Director James Comey announced that the agency is wrapping up its investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server as secretary of state — and recommends against any charges.
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Three Terror Attacks Raise The Spector Of A ISIS's Growing Reach

In the span of a week, three attacks in quick succession — in Turkey, Bangladesh, and Iraq — killed more than 200 people and have been blamed on ISIS. NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks to Scott Atran of France's National Center for Scientific Research about the terrorist group's evolving tactics and membership.
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Documentary Explores The Cyber-War Secrets Of Stuxnet

Alex Gibney's new documentary, Zero Days, looks at the Stuxnet worm — a cyber weapon developed by the U.S. and Israel. Gibney talks to NPR's Ari Shapiro about the film and the future of cyber warfare.
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After A Case Of Mistaken ISIS Identity, UAE Issues Travel Warning

A man from the United Arab Emirates was mistaken for a member of ISIS and handcuffed at gunpoint in Avon, Ohio. Now the UAE has warned its citizens not to wear traditional clothes traveling abroad.
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Author Examines ISIS: Its Strength And Strategy

Renee Montagne talks to Fawaz Gerges of the London School of Economics and author of ISIS: A History — about the recent attacks in Istanbul, Dhaka and Baghdad that appear to be ISIS related.
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Emirates Advises Citizens Not To Wear Traditional Dress While Traveling

The new guidance, meant to "preserve their safety," comes after an Emirati man was mistaken for an ISIS member and handcuffed by police in Ohio. He then fainted and was hospitalized.

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