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    Homeland Security Officials on the Department's Cybersecurity Mission

    Former and current Homeland Security Department officials discussed the agency’s cybersecurity mission and goals at a virtual event hosted by the Center for Strategic and International Studies. The rise in cyber attacks, how companies like Microsoft are combating ransomware, and the role of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) were among the topics discussed.

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    Senate Intelligence Committee Chair Warner on Cyber Threats

    Senate Intelligence Committee Chair Mark Warner (D-VA) discussed his legislative priorities along with news of the day at a virtual event hosted by the Washington Post. He was asked about negotiations between senators and President Biden on infrastructure legislation, the NATO Summit, U.S. policy toward Russia and China, troop withdrawal from Afghanistan, and various cybersecurity issues. Washington Post political columnist Karen Tumulty moderated the conversation.

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    After Words with Bill Bratton

    Former New York Police Department commissioner Bill Bratton discussed his leadership in law enforcement over three decades and offered his thoughts on policing in America today. He was interviewed by Charles Ramsey, former Philadelphia police commissioner and Metropolitan District of Columbia Police chief.

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    America on Fire

    Yale University History Professor Elizabeth Hinton examined the history of police violence. This was a virtual event hosted by Haymarket Books.

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    After Words with Jason Riley

    Wall Street Journal columnist Jason Riley discussed the life and career of economist Thomas Sowell. He was interviewed by nationally syndicated talk show host Dennis Prager.

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    The Words That Made Us

    Yale University Law and Political Science Professor Akhil Reed Amar recounted the biggest questions and concerns that American citizens had regarding the Constitution after it was ratified. This was a virtual event hosted by the New York Historical Society.

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    Federal Courts Structure

    The American Constitution Society for Law and Policy discussed various proposals to change the structure of the federal judiciary. These proposals include expansion of district and appellate courts including the Supreme Court, and term limits for judges. Representative Mondaire Jones (D-NY) was among the panelists who participated in the discussion. He said he hoped to introduce legislation on this topic in the future.

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    Justice Department News Conference on Recovery of Colonial Pipeline Ransomware Attack Funds

    Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco and other officials announced the recapture of a substantial portion of Colonial Pipeline funds paid to cybercriminals in a ransomware attack the previous month.

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    Baylor University history professor Robert Elder recalled the life of John Calhoun, who served as a vice president, secretary of War, and was also a Confederate advocate. This was a virtual event hosted by Blue Bicycle Books in Charleston, South Carolina.

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    Conspiracy Culture in Modern American Society

    Indiana University Bloomington professor Stephen Andrews taught a class about conspiracy culture in modern American society. He looked at the demographics of what types of people believe in conspiracies and talked about how the internet has influenced these groups. He also discussed strategies teachers might use when speaking with students or peers about theories related to a fake moon landing, flat earth or 9/11 as a government action. This is the second of a two-part seminar hosted by the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History.

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