News You Can Use: 09/23/16

National Security

A convenient terrorism threat, Brookings

Integrating Climate Change into National Security Planning, White House

EU expresses concern over 9/11 bill, The Hill

9/11 Drove Change in Intelligence Community, NSA Chief Says, DoD News

Faulty Fingerprint Records Lead to Hundreds of Mistakes in Granting Citizenship, Government Executive

U.S. Military Seeks More Troops for Iraq, The Wall Street Journal

Friends Don’t Let Friends Do Business With Iran, Foreign Policy

FBI faces more questions on terrorism, Clinton emails next week, Washington Examiner

‘A Nation Ringed by Walls Would Only Imprison Itself’, Foreign Policy

Governor Deploys National Guard As Charlotte Police Violence Protests Continue, Mother Jones


CYBERCOM not involved in most incidents, C4ISR Net

Evil Charging Stations, Smartphone Hackers: NIST Outlines Mobile Threats, Nextgov

State Cyber Officials Say Governors Are Paying More Attention to Them, Route Fifty

STRATCOM Nominee Favors Boosting Cyber Command, Nuke Modernization, Defense News

Cyber Bill Would Let Agency Heads Be Fired If There’s A Data Breach, Nextgov

Hackers lurking, parliamentarians told, Deutsche Welle

Public Health

Meet a Zika ‘vaccine soldier’, CNN

Congressional Hearing on Long-Term Care Premium Spike Likely After November Election, Government Executive

Quest Diagnostics debuts new test service for Zika virus, CNBC

Pressure mounts on Sudan to declare cholera outbreak in Blue Nile, Africa News

Human Rights & Humanitarian Efforts

Syria aid convoy attack: What we know, BBC News

UN official unveils draft principles on protecting human rights of refugees and migrants, UN News Centre

Preventing Mass Atrocities: An Essential Agenda for the Next UN Secretary-General, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

The Kigali Principles on the Protection of Civilians and the Responsibility to Protect, Relief Web

UK failing on many human rights measures, report claims, The Guardian

Government & Military Personnel

Congress to Vote Early Next Week on Shutdown-Avoiding Measure, Government Executive

The 5 Agencies Where Employee Satisfaction Is Dropping the Most, Government Executive

The 5 Agencies Where Employee Satisfaction Is Growing the Most, Government Executive

Obama Administration Gives Some Contractors a Pay Raise Next Year, Too, Government Executive

  • "*" indicates required fields


    Sign up to receive updates by email. We do not sell or share your info.

    This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.