News You Can Use: 11/02/16

National Security

War & tweets (Part II), Foreign Policy

NSA data may have been dumped in second leak, Washington Examiner

N.S.A. Appears to Have Missed “Big Red Flags” in Suspect’s Behavior, The New York Times

The next president’s trade agenda: Will a new focus on enforcement strengthen or undermine global trade?, Brookings

Why Iran supported Houthi attacks against the US Navy, The Long War Journal

Don’t Let Uncertainty and Fear Destroy International Order, Time

‘We’re not in perfect control’: U.S. plans operation against Islamic State in Syria despite obstacles, The Washington Post

5 Reasons A President Trump Might Not Increase Defense Spending, The National Interest

Evan McMullin Cites National Security Expertise, Associated Press

Top Trump Military Advisers Detail GOP Candidate’s Defense Plan, Defense News

Cybersecurity

The Inevitability of Being Hacked, Nextgov

Hackers apparently fooled Clinton official with bogus email, Federal Times

Task Force Urges Loosening Reins on Hacking Victims to Fight Back, Nextgov

Makeup of Region’s Cyber Ecosystem Offers Clues to Where More Investments are Needed, Nextgov

Former CYBERCOM official calls for human oversight of autonomous systems, C4ISR Net

Can Feds and Hackers Work Together, Nextgov

Public Health

NEA, DoD Launch Creative Forces Sites Expansion to Increase Art Therapies, DoD News

Federal Panel Calls For Stricter Enforcement Of Mental Health Care Parity Law, NPR

Expert: Most physicians untrained to handle vets’ issues, The Times-Tribune

Zika virus could cause infertility in men, new study suggests, The Telegraph

Free Cohen clinics offer real hope for veterans dealing with mental health issues, Military Times

A Trek to the Heart of Haiti’s Cholera Epidemic, The New York Times

Millions of Yemeni children facing triple threat of cholera, measles and malnutrition, Relief Web

Human Rights & Humanitarian Efforts

What It Takes to Settle Refugees, Route Fifty

Dakota Access pipeline protests: UN group investigates human rights abuses, The Guardian

Criticizing China on Human Rights: Missing the Forest for the Trees?, The Diplomat

Why Syrian Safe Zones Are Unworkable, The National Interest

A Lingering, Deadly Legacy of Wars: Unexploded Bombs, The New York Times

Czech human-trafficking gang members sentenced to jail in Britain, Reuters

Government & Military Personnel

TSP Funds Have a Red October, Government Executive

As Many as 600K OPM Hack Victims Must Re-Enroll to Keep Protection Services, Government Executive

The number of veterans in Congress will likely drop again next year, Military Times

Poll: Feds Think Clinton Would Manage Government Better Than Trump, Government Executive

Hillary Clinton’s email scandal feeds intense unpopularity within the military, Military Times

Commissary sales drop for 4th straight year, Military Times

71 Percent of Career Senior Executives Received Bonuses in Fiscal 2015, Government Executive

National Guard Bonus Scandal

GOP urges Pentagon to immediately return bonuses clawed back from vets, The Hill

Congress isn’t finished with the California Guard bonuses scandal, Military Times

California National Guard says it can’t find 4,000 soldiers who received improper payments, Los Angeles Times

If you’re a California Guard veteran and you owe bonus money, here’s who to call, Army Times

House launches investigation of National Guard bonuses, Cosumnes Connection


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