Greg Myre

Greg Myre appears in the following:

Trump And Russia: Lots Of Talk, But Critics Say There's No Clear Strategy

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

For all the talk about President Trump and Russia, he has yet to lay out a grand plan on dealing with Moscow. The Russia probes are an obstacle to cooperation. And he has resisted confrontation.

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Walk And Chew Gum: Common U.S. Approach To Russia Not Clearly Followed By Trump

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Managing the U.S.-Russia relationship is one of the most important jobs for any president. Yet for all the talk about Trump and Russia, he's yet to lay out a grand plan for dealing with Moscow.

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Why The Government Can't Bring Terrorism Charges In Charlottesville

Monday, August 14, 2017

Attorney General Jeff Sessions described the car attack as "domestic terrorism." That allows the government to open a broad investigation, but there's no such criminal charge as domestic terrorism.

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Despite Trump's Escalating Rhetoric, Little Evidence Of War Preparations

Friday, August 11, 2017

Despite the president's heated rhetoric regarding North Korea, there is little evidence the U.S. is preparing for war. The U.S. military presence in the western Pacific is robust, but is not being significantly boosted and remains a deterrent force.

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Florida Killings: Radical Islam And The Far Right, Under One Roof

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

This story begins with four roommates in Florida. It ends with two dead and two in jail. The improbable case brings together security threats that rarely intersect: radical Islam and the far right.

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Report: United Arab Emirates Hacked Qatar, Sparking Gulf Crisis

Monday, July 17, 2017

The Washington Post says the United Arab Emirates was responsible for breaches into Qatari websites back in May. The Emirates denies the report, but the crisis does not appear near a resolution.

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What Really Irritates Vladimir Putin? The Magnitsky Act

Friday, July 14, 2017

The U.S. law bans Russian human rights abusers from entering the U.S. The Russian president has railed against it since Congress passed it in 2012. The act now features in the Russia investigation.

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Qatar-Gulf Conflict Puts U.S. In A Bind

Sunday, July 02, 2017

The dispute has the potential to affect a key U.S. military asset, its 11,000-strong airbase in Qatar. Despite the president's "America First" policy, the U.S. now has stake in its fight against ISIS.

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Once Reserved For Spies, Espionage Act Now Used Against Suspected Leakers

Wednesday, June 28, 2017

President Woodrow Wilson signed the Espionage Act to target spies during World War I. The Obama administration used it against suspected leakers, and now the Trump administration is doing the same.

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FBI Continues Investigation Into Congressional Baseball Practice Shooter

Thursday, June 15, 2017

Investigators are endeavoring to answer a number of questions after James Hodgkinson opened fire on Wednesday at a baseball field where Republican congressmen were practicing in suburban Washington. Residents who saw the shooter there in recent days are also trying to understand why.

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Jeff Sessions Testifies He Never Discussed Election With Russians

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

In testy exchanges with Democratic senators, the attorney general defended himself against suggestions of wrongdoing during the 2016 campaign but refused to discuss conversations with the president.

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Former FBI Director Comey Testifies On Capitol Hill

Thursday, June 08, 2017

In highly anticipated testimony, Former FBI Director James Comey appears before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Thursday, a month after being fired by President Donald Trump.

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Morning News Brief: Comey's Testimony, And Russians React

Thursday, June 08, 2017

In written testimony released Wednesday, former FBI Director James Comey said the president asked him to "let go" of the Michael Flynn investigation, and asked Comey for "loyalty."

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Intelligence Chiefs Decline To Discuss Private Talks With Trump

Wednesday, June 07, 2017

Two intelligence chiefs testified that they've never felt pressure to take improper actions. But they declined to say whether President Trump ever asked them to downplay the Russia investigation.

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What We Know About Reality Winner, Government Contractor Accused Of NSA Leak

Tuesday, June 06, 2017

Winner, a 25-year-old Air Force veteran, is accused of mailing classified material to an online news outlet. A report Monday in The Intercept details a Russian cyberattack on U.S. election systems.

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50 Years On, U.S. Presidents Still Seek Elusive Peace To A 6-Day War

Tuesday, June 06, 2017

With Arab armies massed on its frontiers, Israel unleashed a lightning strike on June 5, 1967. Donald Trump is now the 10th president seeking a lasting solution to that brief war.

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How The U.S. Military Used Guns N' Roses To Make A Dictator Give Up

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Panama's dictator, Manuel Noriega, surrendered to the invading U.S. military in 1989. He holed up at the Vatican Embassy, and gave up after being subjected to days of deafening music.

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Morning News Brief: Kushner And Russia Reports, Europe Tries To Go It Alone

Monday, May 29, 2017

Donald Trump has returned to the U.S. amid reports that Jared Kushner reached out inappropriately to Russia. And in Europe, after Trump's trip, U.S. allies are taking a go-it-alone approach.

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What Does It Mean When ISIS Claims Responsibility For An Attack?

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

When the Islamic State says its "soldiers" carried out an attack, it doesn't necessarily mean the group planned or directed the terrorist act — or even knew about it in advance.

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Manchester Bombing Is Europe's 13th Terrorist Attack Since 2015

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

The post-concert bombing is the 13th terrorist attack in Western Europe in a little over two years. This coincides with the rise of the Islamic State, which has been linked to most all the attacks.

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