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U.S. Indicts 7 Iranians Accused Of Hacking U.S. Financial Institutions

The Iranians allegedly carried out cyberattacks against U.S. financial institutions between 2011 and 2013. One of them is accused of remotely accessing the control system of a small dam in Rye, N.Y.

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Ex-CIA Chief: Europe Needs To Get Better At Sharing Intelligence

The Europeans have not been particularly good at sharing information, according to Michael Hayden, former director of both the CIA and the NSA.
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Belgian Ambassador: 'This Is Not Going To Intimidate Us In Any Way'

Johan Verbeke, Belgium's ambassador to the U.S., says they live as world citizens, and the best way for his country to move past this week's tragedy is to not feel intimidated.
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Clinton Takes On Cruz And Trump Foreign Policy

Speaking at Stanford University, Clinton argued Republicans' approach to fighting ISIS "make America less safe and the world more dangerous."
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Officials Consider How U.S. Airports Could Stop A Brussels-Style Attack

Authorities around the world are boosting security at airports and train stations after the suicide-bombings in Belgium. One option, used in other countries, is screening passengers at the front door.
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Obama Outlines ISIS Strategy At Press Conference In Argentina

In the wake of the Brussels terror attacks, President Obama said defeating ISIS and terrorism is his top priority.
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Republicans Challenge Plans To Close Gitmo After Brussels Attacks

President Obama's plan to close the detention center at Guantanamo Bay got its first formal hearing in Congress. Republicans said after the Brussels attacks, allies wanting to close the prison are likely reconsidering. And if the Guantanamo prison is a recruiting tool for terrorists, they asked, would not an American lockup have the same effect? Officials also confirmed that released detainees have killed Americans.
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LISTEN: Trump Foreign Policy Adviser Hopes To Talk Him Out Of Torture

Trump is calling for torture "because we are in a political season," Walid Phares said, but in the White House "he's going to be tasking experts to answer that question."
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Are Belgian Attacks The Result Of Intelligence Failures?

Juan Zarate, senior adviser at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, talks about intelligence failures in the run-up to the blasts. Zarate is a former deputy national security advisor.
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Focus Of Senate Intelligence Delegation Europe Visit Underscored By Attacks

Sen. Angus King, of Maine, is in Europe with other members of the Senate Intelligence Committee members on a national security-focused delegation. The attacks in Brussels are now a top priority.

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