News You Can Use: 03/10/17

National Security

WikiLeaks Releases Trove of Alleged C.I.A. Hacking Documents, The New York Times

Trump’s new travel ban still wouldn’t have kept out anyone behind deadly U.S. terror attacks, The Washington Post

CIA Silent as Wikileaks Claims to Publish Thousands of Agency Files, Defense One

WikiLeaks Publishes Massive Archive of CIA Hacking Tools, Foreign Policy

Vote on White House national security adviser advances to Senate floor, Defense News

Pick Up the Pace on Missile Defense, Defense One

Russia Has Deployed Missile Barred by Treaty, U.S. General Tells Congress, The New York Times

House Bill Aims For ‘Race To The Top’ In Election Security, Nextgov

Trump travel ban: Hawaii files first legal challenge, BBC News

What An Army Megacities Unit Would Look Like, Modern War Institute


Cyber Officials Ask: How Do You Prove Cyber Protections Are Worth The Investment?, Nextgov

WikiLeaks claims to publish CIA cyber espionage toolkit, Fifth Domain Cyber

Redefining The Role Of Federal CIO: Enabler-In-Chief, Nextgov

De-complicating cybersecurity at the federal level, Fifth Domain Cyber

What CIA cyberspies think of 6 top antivirus programs, Fifth Domain Cyber

No Quick Fixes For Small Business Cybersecurity, Nextgov

Public Health

VA to start offering mental health care to ‘bad paper’ veterans, Military Times

How the House Republicans’ proposed Obamacare replacement compares, The Washington Post

Replacing the Affordable Care Act, Brookings

States Would Likely See Big Drop in Medicaid Funding Under Obamacare Repeal Plan, Route Fifty

Play of the Day: Health Care and Paper Stacks, Government Executive

VA secretary: Choice Card extension needed now to ensure better medical care access for vets, Military Times


A troubling contagion: The rural 4-day school week, Brookings

Education: Change Is Here, But Are You Ready For It?, Forbes

It’s not nothing: The role of money in improving education, Brookings

Medical Education: Racial, Gender Disparities Persist at All Levels, Medscape

Human Rights & Humanitarian Efforts

Welcome to the Post-Human Rights World, Foreign Policy

‘Cultural’ practices continue to force girls out of school: Time to act decisively, Brookings

Brazil: Military Police Muzzled, Human Rights Watch

Top U.S. General Discusses Syria With Counterparts From Russia and Turkey, The New York Times

UN: Boost Office Examining North Korea Abuses, Human Rights Watch

Government & Military Personnel

The Return of Furloughs, Suspending G Fund Investments and More, Government Executive

House Committee Approves New Federal Firing Bill, Government Executive

PCS season could bring more hiring freeze headaches for military bases, Military Times

‘It’s Marine Corps wide’: Female Marines detail harassment in wake of nude photos scandal, The Washington Post

Quiz: How Well Do You Know the Limits on Federal Employee Job Searches?, Government Executive

‘Worst to First’: How The U.S. Postal Service Cleaned Up Employee Discrimination Complaints, Nextgov

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