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On 'Morning Edition': Carrie Johnson talks with Steve Inskeep
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Harold Koh (left), the top lawyer at the U.S. State Department, stands with Assistant Secretary of State Michael Posner during a news conference after the United States' first review before the U.N. Human Rights Council last November. Fabrice Coffrini/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Human Rights Defender Now Fights For U.S. Policy
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Rep. Darrell Issa and other Republicans in Congress are headed to Mexico on Friday to try to find more weapons purchased by straw buyers in the U.S. Harry Hamburg/AP hide caption

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Lawmakers Rip Gun-Tracking Effort In Mexico
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Debate: Did Obama Overstep His Authority In Libya?
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'Times' Reporter To Challenge Subpoena In Leak Case
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Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell wants two suspected terrorists to be imprisoned at Guantanamo Bay instead of in his home state of Kentucky. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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Another Tug Of War Over Location Of Terrorism Trial
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ATF Agents: Higher-Ups Let Guns Go To Cartels
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Hearing To Examine Terrorist Recruitment In Prisons
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Demonstrators march in the National Day of Protest to Stop Police Brutality, in Los Angeles in 2009. David McNew/Getty Images hide caption

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Policing The Police: U.S. Steps Up Enforcement
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John Edwards faces the court and the media after his indictment. Chuck Burton/AP hide caption

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Politics Unavoidable In John Edwards Indictment
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Iraqi refugees Waad Alwan (left) and Mohanad Hammadi (right) were arrested May 25 in Kentucky for allegedly conspiring to aid al-Qaida. If convicted on all charges, each could face life in prison. U.S. Marshals Service/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Terrorism Case Exposes Gaps In Refugee Screening
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Former Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards, pictured in December 2010, has signaled that he will fight the charges against him. Gerry Broome/AP hide caption

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John Edwards Affair Leads To Federal Indictment
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