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Obama Presents Navy SEAL Edward Byers, Jr. With Medal Of Honor

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Secretary of Defense Ash Carter in his office at the Pentagon. Ariel Zambelich/NPR hide caption

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In Fight Against ISIS, U.S. Adds Cyber Tools

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Petty Officer 2nd Class Denise Clancy and Capt. Margie Finlay. Joe Buglewicz/Storycorps hide caption

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'I'm A Female And I'm A Veteran ... Those 2 Things Are Not Mutually Exclusive'

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Investigation Into Clinton Emails Continues

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Apple-FBI Fight Signals A Need For New Political Precedent

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An American soldier (right) from the First Armored "Ironhorse" Brigade of the 1st Calvary Division is among those who began arriving in South Korea in mid-January. They are replacing U.S. troops that cycle out in February. He's speaking with a South Korean soldier who's part of an integrated U.S.-South Korean division. Elise Hu/NPR hide caption

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Welcome To Korea: 4,000 U.S. Troops Arrive At A Tense Time

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Government Encryption Request Would Make iPhone Vulnerable, Olson Says

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Director of the National Intelligence James Clapper, seated at the table meets with the Senate Intelligence Committee Feb. 9, including Chairman Richard Burr, R-N.C. Burr and the committee's minority leader, Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., are working on a bill that would force companies like Apple to help prosecutors unlock the phones of criminal suspects. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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In Apple-FBI Fight, Congress Considers Aggressive And Measured Approaches

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CIA Director: ISIS Is 'Much Larger Than Al-Qaida Ever Was'

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U.S. Lawmakers Propose National Commission To Address Apple Standoff

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