News You Can Use: 02/22/17

National Security

What Trump should do about terrorism (but probably won’t), Brookings

Homeland Security Outlines New Rules Tightening Enforcement Of Immigration Law, NPR

Trump Finalizes Executive Order to Put ISIS Detainees in Guantánamo, Foreign Policy

How McMaster Could Change the Way the US Goes to War, Defense One

DoD to Deliver Counter-ISIS Review to White House Next Week, DoD News

FBI pursuing at least 3 probes of Russian-backed hacking: report, The Hill

Can Any National Security Advisor Tame President Trump?, Foreign Policy

Trump Chooses H.R. McMaster as National Security Adviser, The New York Times

A new push for missile defense in space under Trump?, Defense News

Flynn leaks ignite surveillance debate, The Hill

New immigration ban applies to same 7 countries: Report, Washington Examiner

Concerns over Trump’s alleged use of personal, unsecured smartphone, Federal Times


Offensive cyber still in infancy, says Air Force official, Fifth Domain Cyber

US Military Is Looking to Add AI to Its Cyber Defense, Defense One

Trump cyber policy could be ‘remarkably boring’, Fifth Domain Cyber

An Interior Data Center’s Security May Have Exposed Data For Years, Nextgov

The World Can Expect More Cybercrime From North Korea Now That China Has Banned Its Coal, Time

$50M cyber center to open in Georgia, Fifth Domain Cyber

Public Health

The Affordable Care Act: The View From a Hospital CEO, The Wall Street Journal

What new Cures Act means for HIPAA in 2017, Federal Times

Brazil’s Expanding Yellow Fever Outbreak Started With Monkeys, NPR

Rural Voters Elected President Trump. Is He About To Ruin Their Local Hospitals?, Forbes

Va. gov vetoes bill to defund Planned Parenthood, The Hill

Risky treatment can stop multiple sclerosis for years, BBC News

Human Rights & Humanitarian Efforts

DHS Immigration Orders Will Likely Lead to Human Rights Abuses, Amnesty International

Iraq: Sunni Women Tell of ISIS Detention, Torture, Human Rights Watch

In Madagascar, mothers weep and send their children to bed without water to drink, Los Angeles Times

UN, Government Declare Famine in Parts of South Sudan, Voice of America

France and Canada: 58th and 59th Countries to Endorse Safe Schools Declaration, Human Rights Watch

Government & Military Personnel

Forget the hiring freeze, OMB plan could alter the workforce, Federal Times

Government Must Pay Damages to 25,000 Feds Who Worked During 2013 Shutdown, Government Executive

US Air Force ‘Urgently’ Needs Funds By April, Defense One

Civil Service Reform Starts With Performance,

How to Cope With an Anxiety-Provoking Boss, Government Executive

How to hack a hiring freeze, Federal Times

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