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Is An Iran Deal Finally At Hand?

International negotiators appear close to a deal limiting Iran's nuclear program. NPR's Peter Kenyon reports from Vienna.
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'We're Losing 43,000 People Each Year': DEA Chief Focuses On Overdoses

The acting head of the Drug Enforcement Administration says he was shocked by how many people die every day from opiate overdoses. Chuck Rosenberg gives NPR his first interview since taking the job.
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How Close Is 'Close'? Iran And The West Inch Toward Nuclear Deal

There are conflicting reports as to whether the negotiators will or won't announce a deal on Monday.
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At The NSA, A Rising Star's Commitment To Faith — And Public Service

The National Security Agency's chief risk officer grew up in an ultra-Orthodox Jewish community that didn't encourage women to work outside the home. But she credits her faith for her achievements.
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Leading U.S. Psychologists Secretly Aided CIA Torture Program

Independent investigation done for the American Psychological Association supports allegations that psychologists and APA officials enabled U.S. torture of prisoners in the wake of 9-11.
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Psychologists Group Apologizes For Backing Post-Sept. 11 Interrogation Tactics

NPR's Jon Hamilton, who is reporting on the story for our Newscast unit, says the apology comes in response to an independent report commissioned by the APA itself.
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OPM Director Katherine Archuleta Resigns After Massive Data Hack

Office of Personnel Management Director Katherine Archuleta announced she is resigning on Friday, after the government revealed more than 22 million federal employees had their personal data stolen.
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Army's Planned Troop Reductions Concern Military Communities

The Army is preparing to cut 40,000 soldiers as part of defense spending cuts. We visit Hinesville, Ga., which depends heavily on nearby Fort Stewart, one of the places to be scaled back.
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The Hack Of Federal Employee Data Is Even Worse Than First Thought

The Office of Personnel Management provided new details on the largest ever cyber breach of federal employee data. It now says that sensitive information of some 22 million individuals was stolen.
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Russia Poses 'Greatest Threat' To U.S., Gen. Dunford Tells Senate Panel

The Senate Armed Services Committee held a confirmation hearing Thursday to consider the nomination of Gen. Joseph F. Dunford, Jr., to be the next chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

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