Top CIA 'Spymasters' Agree: We Can't Kill Our Way Out Of Terrorism

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Journalist Scott Shane says that the videos and DVDs of the late imam Anwar al-Awlaki (above) continue to inspire terrorist acts. Muhammad ud-Deen/AP hide caption

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Drone Strike That Killed Awlaki 'Did Not Silence Him,' Journalist Says

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State Department Feared Torture Report Would Spark Fury. Where Is It?

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In his commencement address to the Military Academy at West Point Wednesday, President Obama condemned isolationism but spent more time outlining the hazards of intervention. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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