News You Can Use: 09/21/16

National Security

First presidential debate to focus on security, prosperity, The Week

More than 800 immigrants mistakenly granted citizenship, Federal Times

How to decide whether (and when) to call it terrorism, The Washington Post

The Case for Integrated Civilian, Military ISR/C4ISR Strategies, Defense News

Time for a Serious U.S. National Missile Defense Program, The National Interest

Cruz calls for refugee crackdown after attacks, The Hill

How the New York City Bomber Was Caught, The Daily Beast

Cops arrest New Jersey resident Ahmad Khan Rahami, wanted for NYC and N.J. bombings, after he shoots police officer, Daily News

Minnesota Mall Stabbing Could Be Realization of Terror Fears, Military.com

Cellphone Bombs: The New American Terror, The Daily Beast

Texas Man Plotted to Blow Up a Building, Authorities Say, Time

Cybersecurity

Talk of cyberwar, C4ISR Net

U.S. Cybersecurity Gets a New Cyber Warrior General, Modern War Institute

The Biggest Cybersecurity Threats Are Inside Your Company, Harvard Business Review

Tom Ridge: Cyber attacks are now worse than physical attacks, Yahoo

Public Health

Want a Zika Test? It’s Not Easy, The New York Times

Here’s How Schools Can Support Students’ Mental Health, NPR

Superbugs reach apex of global health worries, Al Jazeera

Reporter’s Notebook: Pregnant And Caught In Zika Test Limbo, NPR

Navy program pushes health choices, Pensacola News Journal

Human Rights & Humanitarian Efforts

The year of the refugee: It’s gut-check time for President Obama, Brookings

Amal Clooney delivers damning speech to the UN over failure to stop Isis ‘genocide’: ‘I am ashamed’, Independent

3 foreign workers kidnapped in southwestern Libya, CBC News

U.N. chief Ban regrets peacekeeper abuse, Haiti cholera, Reuters

Egypt: Ruling Risks Eradicating Human Rights Work, Human Rights Watch

Experts Urge Broader Probe of Human Rights Abuses in Burundi, ABC News

Government & Military Personnel

Senate Puts Finishing Touches on Bill to Avoid a Shutdown, Government Executive

Federal Employees Slightly Happier, More Engaged At Work in 2016, Government Executive

Why Too Many Meetings Leaves You Feeling Stupid, Government Executive

USPS Has Achieved Just a Fraction of Its Projected Savings From Slowing Mail Delivery, Government Executive


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