News You Can Use: 11/07/16

National Security

Homeland Security’s Revised Anti-Extremism Plan Draws Mixed Reviews, Government Executive

After the Islamic State falls: America’s next president will face the war’s toughest decisions, Military Times

FBI assessing possible al-Qaida threat on US election eve, Federal Times

UMD Poll: US Voters Agree Crushing ISIS Is No. 1 National Security Priority, Defense News

Top Five Threats to National Security in the Coming Decade, National Defense

No, the National Guard Can’t ‘Secure’ the Election, Government Executive

‘He’s got to get control of the ship again’: How tensions at the FBI will persist after the election, The Washington Post

Mom of kidnapped American journalist in Syria urges others to call on Obama for his release, Fox News

Trump-Pentagon relationship likely to be complicated, CNN


The Internet of Things Is a Cyberwar Nightmare, Foreign Policy

The Next President Will Face A Cyber Crisis. Here’s How To Handle It, Nextgov

Exclusive: White House Readies to Fight Election Day Cyber Mayhem, NBC News

Cybersecurity and jobs on young voters’ minds this election, Federal Times

Bugging devices found at Iran nuclear talks hotel, say Swiss officials, The Guardian

Britain flexes its cyber-muscles, The Economist

Embedded cyber teams prepare Army brigades to face invisible threat, Army Times

Public Health

Making Sense of the Medicare Mess, Government Executive

How Some States Make Effective Birth Control More Available, Route Fifty

On Facebook, the most popular health posts may be the least accurate, CBS News

The Number of Disabled Post-9/11 Vets With VA Health Care Is Growing Despite Wait List Scandal, Government Executive

Public Health, Marketing And The Election Of 2016, Forbes

Life After the Big Bang: Exploring Modular, Agile Paths Toward Health and Human Services Modernization, Government Executive

Human Rights & Humanitarian Efforts

UN Peacekeepers Turn Blind Eye To Rape in South Sudan, Human Rights Watch

Ai Weiwei to west: tackle China on human rights whatever the cost, The Guardian

Myanmar to resume humanitarian aid to northern Rakhine: diplomats, Reuters

Belgium: Response to Attacks Raises Rights Concerns, Human Rights Watch

Government & Military Personnel

Best for Vets: Colleges 2017 — new rankings of 175 schools, Military Times

Congressional Races Federal Employees Should Watch, Government Executive

Report: military wives more likely to suffer mental illness, alcohol abuse, The San Diego Union-Tribune

Justice Department beefs up SCRA enforcement, Military Times

Election Recap: What’s at Stake for Feds in the 2016 Presidential Election, Government Executive

National Guard retracts estimate on soldier bonus reviews, Stars and Stripes

‘Finish the wall’: How you can help honor Vietnam War’s fallen, Military Times

The military may relax recruiting standards for fitness and pot use, Military Times

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