What The 'New York Times' Hack Tells Us About China
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Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke has advised residents in a new PSA that they should consider taking a firearm safety course to defend themselves in a crisis as they wait for police to arrive. Gary Porter/AP/Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel hide caption

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Milwaukee County Sheriff: 'You Have A Duty To Protect Yourself'
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Gun Hearing Airs Issues, Disagreements On Solutions
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President Obama shakes hands with his nominee to head the Defense Department, former Sen. Chuck Hagel, at the White House on Jan. 7. John Brennan, Obama's choice for director of the CIA, looks on. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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Cabinet Picks Show A Shift In How U.S. Wages War
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Departure Of Guantanamo Head Means Detention Center May Not Close Anytime Soon
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U.S. May Build Base For Drones In Northwest Africa
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War And Foreign Policy Through The Eyes Of Vietnam Veterans
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U.S. troops in Afghanistan appear to have mixed feelings about the decision lifting the ban on women in combat positions. Some women already operate in combat zones. Hospital Corpsman Shannon Crowley is shown here with her Marine Corps team in Musa Qala, Afghanistan, in November 2010. Paula Bronstein/Getty Images hide caption

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Women In Combat: What Do Troops In Afghanistan Think?
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New Threat Emerges At Intersection Of Terrorism, Syndicated Crime
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Pentagon To Dramatically Expand 'Cyber Warrior' Force
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Rep. Duckworth: About Time For Women In Combat
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Did President Obama Misuse MLK's Bible?
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Amid Gun Debate, What Will Actually Protect Kids?
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A female Israeli soldier runs during an urban warfare exercise at an army training facility near Zeelim, Israel, on June 19, 2008. Ed Ou/AP hide caption

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