News You Can Use: 03/16/18

National Security

5 Things You May Have Missed in the Homeland Security Reauthorization Bill, Nextgov

What’s Next for Trump’s Border Wall?, The Atlantic

Trump inspects US-Mexico border wall prototypes, Defense News

Coats rolls out overhaul of top intelligence office, Politico

Trump Finally Rolls Out Some (Limited) Russia Sanctions, Foreign Policy

What Happened at the Thailand ‘Black Site’ Run By Trump’s CIA Pick, The Atlantic

National security, economics gets complicated as foreign investments filter in for new tech, Federal Times

Trump decides to remove national security advisor, and others may follow, The Washington Post

There Are More and More Threats that Militaries Can’t Stop. People’s Forces Can Help, Defense One

The intel community wants to geotag photos even when terrorists have disabled the feature, C4ISR Net

President Trump Blocks Broadcom’s Takeover Of Qualcomm, Citing National Security, NPR

Trump administration hits Russia with new sanctions for election meddling, cyber attacks, Deutsche Welle

A gun control solution manufacturers can get behind, Brookings

Cybersecurity

Cyber needs change quickly, cyber policies have not, Fifth Domain

Chinese spies targeting U.S. maritime industry: report, The Hill

Only 13 percent of government employees take personal responsibility for cybersecurity, survey finds, CNBC

Lawmakers press for $237 million to fully fund cybersecurity program, The Hill

Nakasone not bullish on NSA/Cyber Command split, Fifth Domain

NSA Pick Will Develop Cyber Retaliation Plans But Don’t Expect Government to Use Them, Nextgov

Public Health

Miriam Zoila Pérez: How Does Racism Affect Pregnant Women And Babies?, NPR

FDA Advances Plan To Slash Nicotine In Cigarettes, NPR

To Tackle the Opioid Epidemic, Look to the Sewers, Route Fifty

A New Documentary About Adults On Adderall — And Not Just For ADHD, NPR

Human Rights & Humanitarian Efforts

Women In Pakistan Dared To March — And Didn’t Care What Men Thought, NPR

Haley: Vote With U.S. at U.N. or We’ll Cut Your Aid, Foreign Policy

Telling the Truth About CIA Torture, The Atlantic

UNICEF’s Good News About Child Marriage Isn’t Quite As Good As It Sounds, NPR

McMaster calls for further U.S. punishment of Russia over ‘atrocities’ in Syria, Politico

Government & Military Personnel

7 Requirements for Successfully Managing Government Reform, Government Executive

Military families feel deserted after sex assaults at base school, The Associated Press

Resigning Instead of Retiring, Government Executive

This Inspiring Organization Builds Tiny Houses for Homeless Veterans, Time

Why the typical performance review Is overwhelmingly biased, Quartz


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