Veterans In Baton Rouge Reflect On Military Background Of Victim, Shooter

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A cyclist looks at the flowers and messages placed along the beach for victims of the recent terrorist attack in Nice, France, on Wednesday. The recent spate of attacks around the world has raised questions about the limits of counterterrorism. Claude Paris/AP hide caption

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A Summer Of Terrorism Points To The Limits Of Counterterrorism

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U.S. Considers Turkey's Role In Fighting ISIS After Coup Attempt

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A U.S. military policeman stands in front of Air Force fighter jets that were part of a NATO show of strength in Romania in April intended to deter Russian intervention in Ukraine. Andreea Alexandru/AP hide caption

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Defense Secretary Ash Carter, shown here at his Pentagon office in February, said the attempted coup in Turkey last week caught everyone by surprise. But he does not believe it will harm the battle against the Islamic State in Syria. The U.S. uses an air base in Turkey to launch strikes against ISIS. Ariel Zambelich / NPR hide caption

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Defense Secretary: Turkey's Turmoil Shouldn't Harm Battle Against ISIS

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Secretary Of State John Kerry To Host Conference On Fighting ISIS

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President Obama makes a statement at the White House about the deadly shooting of police officers in Baton Rouge, La., on Sunday. A day later, he sent an open letter to the nation's law enforcement officers expressing his condolences and support. Yuri Gripas/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Secretary of State John Kerry talks with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif in Vienna on Jan. 16, after the International Atomic Energy Agency verified that Iran met all conditions under the nuclear deal. The accord is now one-year-old. Iran is seen as abiding by the requirements of the deal, but its relations with the U.S. and other rivals have not improved on other fronts. Kevin Lamarque/AP hide caption

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How Is Turbulent Climate That Rocked '68 Democratic Convention Different From Today's?

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Disheartened By Racial Violence In U.S., Inspired By Brexit, He Pondered A 'Blaxit'

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People gather and lay flowers on Nice's Promenade des Anglais on July 15. A French-Tunisian attacker left 84 people dead after driving a truck through crowds gathered to watch fireworks during Bastille Day celebrations. The attacker then opened fire on the crowd before being shot dead by police. Carl Court/Getty Images hide caption

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Police Strife Post Dallas Attack: Being Black As An Officer Is 'A Burden We Carry'

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Former Florida Senator Bob Graham, shown here in 2011, co-chaired the congressional inquiry into possible Saudi government links to the Sept. 11 hijackers. He long advocated releasing the 2002 report, known as the "28 pages," which were made public on Friday. John Raoux/AP hide caption

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Former CIA Specialist Outlines Challenges In Protecting Soft Targets

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