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Danielle Wiener-Bronner

Tech

Up to 75 CDC Scientists May Have Been Exposed to Anthrax

Reportedly, the researchers did not take the prescribed safety measures when handling and transferring the Anthrax.

Defense

Obama's Foreign Policy Approval Rating Is Lower Than Ever

The numbers come from a new poll conducted by NBC and the Wall Street Journal.

Defense

Bergdahl Is Now Back in Texas

This is the start of the final step to reintegrate the sergeant back into society.

Defense

Militants in Iraq Are Heading to Baghdad Next

The Obama administration has balked at the idea of direct military involvement.

Defense

Taliban Claims Responsibility for Deadly Airport Attack in Pakistan

The hours-long overnight attack on the Jinnah International Airport in Karachi killed dozens of people and left several injured.

Defense

Bergdahl's Release Upsets Soldiers Who Saw Him as a Deserter

Bergdahl was reportedly seized by the Taliban in 2009, after he left the camp where he was stationed, without authorization.

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U.S. May Start New Military Training Program for Syrian Rebels

The plan would be for a limited number of American troops to train carefully selected members of the Free Syrian Army in counterterrorism operations in Jordan.

Management

Flood of Comments Prompts IRS to Rethink Rule Limiting Political Activity of Nonprofits

New rules were supposed to offer guidance on the types of activity that would cost nonprofits certain tax exemptions.

Management

NTSB Reveals Two Near Midair Plane Collisions in Two Days

In one of the incidents, planes were flying at heights assigned by air traffic control.

Management

Obama Administration Sidesteps Congress With Immigration Proposals

Proposals would allow up to 100,000 highly-skilled undocumented immigrants to stay legally in the United States.

Tech

FAA Says U-2 Spy Plane Definitely Scrambled Air Traffic Control Computers

Air Force had previously denied that their plane was the one to blame.

Defense

Edward Snowden Makes Surprise Guest Appearance at Putin Q&A

Snowden appeared via webcam to ask Putin to share his stance on mass surveillance of civilians.

Management

Flying Keeps Getting Worse, but Americans Have Given Up on Complaining

People are filing fewer complaints with the Transportation Department.

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Exhibit to Showcase New Works by George W. Bush

Some of the 43rd president's never-before-seen paintings will be featured in early April at his presidential library in Dallas.

Defense

Afghanistan Releases 65 Prisoners, Angering U.S.

The move highlights increasing tension between Kabul and Washington and threatens to make an already rocky relationship worse.

Defense

Military Bad Behavior Goes All the Way to the Top

More than two dozen U.S. generals and admirals have been investigated for personal misconduct over the past 15 months, according to a report by The Washington Post.