NPR News Agenda from the Thursday Editors' Meeting During today's 9:30 meeting, editors were asked to describe the best of what they have for today's shows. The Foreign Desk is following the Security Council's work on a draft resolution of sanctions against North Korea. Editors expect the Security Council to vote tomorrow. The National Desk has a profile on Lt. Cmdr. Swift, a Navy lawyer who worked on the Hamdan case and who won't be staying with the Navy. The National Desk's Peter Overby will be on Capitol Hill today following the developments related to the testimony of Foley's former chief of staff on what/when he told the House speaker's office...
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NPR News Agenda from the Thursday Editors' Meeting

During today's 9:30 meeting, editors were asked to describe the best of what they have for today's shows. The Foreign Desk is following the Security Council's work on a draft resolution of sanctions against North Korea. Editors expect the Security Council to vote tomorrow. The National Desk has a profile on Lt. Cmdr. Charles Swift, a Navy lawyer who worked on the Hamdan case and who won't be staying with the Navy. The National Desk's Peter Overby will be on Capitol Hill today following the developments related to the testimony of Foley's former chief of staff on what/when he told the House speaker's office.

Talk of the Nation editors are planning a show today on the controversy at Gallaudet University. Outgoing President I. King Jordan had been scheduled to appear on the show, but he has backed out due to the crisis on his campus. The show will also explore the remaining controversy in the deaf community surrounding cochlear implants.