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October 31, 2016: Ron Sievert, "Focus at Four: How the F.B.I. has handled the Clinton e-mail case", KBTX
October 29, 2016: Ron Sievert, "Texas A&M professor criticizes FBI's handling of Clinton case", Kens5
October 28, 2016: Gregory Gause, "Can Saudi Arabia's Fast-Talking Crown Prince Wean the Kingdom Off Oil?", NBC News
October 26, 2016: Kent Portney, "A New Model for Citizen Engagement", Philanthropy News Digest
October 25, 2016: ScowcroftInstitute, "Summit at Bush School talks about staying ahead of pandemic threats", The Eagle
October 22, 2016: Lori Taylor, "PolitiFact: Group takes a wild guess on Trump’s education plan", Austin American-Statesman
October 20, 2016: Gregory Gause, "Will Selling Its First Ever Bonds On The International Market Help Saudi Arabia?", NPR's All Things Considered
October 20, 2016: Lori Taylor, "Progress Texas makes speculative claim about Donald Trump firing 49,000 Texas teachers", MySanAntonio
October 19, 2016: Valerie Hudson, "Beyond Grabbing: Gender, Conflict, and the National Security Establishment", Lawfare
October 18, 2016: Valerie Hudson, "Donald Trump Is the Best Thing to Happen to American Women in Decades", Foreign Policy
October 17, 2016: Danny Davis, "Iraqi forces launch offensive on Mosul", The Battalion
October 17, 2016: Andrew Natsios, "National Hellenic Society Honors Behrakis, Aniston, Antholis During Heritage Weekend", Greek Reporter
October 13, 2016: Domonic Bearfield, "Tough questions: Community police chiefs discuss race relations", The Eagle
October 13, 2016: Valerie Hudson, "Is 2016 a Watershed Moment for Women?", Politico
October 12, 2016: Domonic Bearfield, "A Texas A&M lecture series talks about police and race in the community", WMC Action News Memphis
October 12, 2016: Kent Portney, "2016’s Greenest Cities in America", WalletHub
October 12, 2016: Domonic Bearfield, "Local law enforcment and the publicdiscuss the relationship between minorities and police", KAGS
October 11, 2016: Domonic Bearfield, "Police chiefs to talk race relations at Texas A&M", The Eagle
October 05, 2016: Andrew Natsios, "Texas A&M professor weighs in on Hurricane Matthew devastation", KAGS
October 04, 2016: Ryan Crocker, "Crocker: Welcoming refugees is what a proud nation does", Houston Chronicle
October 04, 2016: Justin Bullock, "TAMU Professor Weighs in on VP Debate", KAGS
September 28, 2016: Gregory Gause, "Congress thwarts Obama on bill allowing 9/11 lawsuits against Saudi Arabia", The Washington Post
September 27, 2016: Valerie Hudson, "Four quotes from the first Clinton-Trump debate, explained", The Conversation US
September 24, 2016: Gregory Gause, "Saudi Arabia Faces Increasing IS Threats at Home", Voice of America
September 22, 2016: Domonic Bearfield, "Bush School speaker: End cycle of crime, address roots of racial tension", The Eagle
September 22, 2016: Gregory Gause, "Focus at Four: Texas threatens to refuse Syrian refugees", KBTX
September 21, 2016: Domonic Bearfield, "Texas A&M hosts lecture series on the state of race and policing", KBTX
September 20, 2016: Mark Welsh, "Q&A: New Bush School Dean talks history, coming to Texas A&M", The Eagle
September 20, 2016: Domonic Bearfield, "Focus at Four: Lecture series to delve into law enforcement race relations", KBTX
September 20, 2016: Mosbacher Institute, "Manuel Sánchez: The United States and Mexico – a lasting bond", Foreign Affairs NZ
September 20, 2016: Domonic Bearfield, "Bush School panel discusses U.S. relations with Latin American nations", The Eagle
September 20, 2016: Mary Hilderbrand and Raymond Robertson, "Bush School panel discusses U.S. relations with Latin American nations", The Eagle
September 09, 2016: Gregory Gause, "Obama in Diplomatic Jam as House Sends Him Saudi 9/11 Bill", Bloomberg
September 09, 2016: Dave McIntyre, "Safer or not, living with terror is now an American pastime", The Dallas Morning News
September 08, 2016: Christopher Layne, "What Comes after U.S. Primacy", The National Interest
September 06, 2016: Raymond Robertson, "How will the Trans-Pacific Partnership affect Texas?", Texas Standard
August 29, 2016: Joanna Lahey, "Did HP discriminate against older workers in massive layoffs?", The Christian Science Monitor
August 25, 2016: Valerie Hudson, "The Myth of the 'Female' Foreign Policy", The Atlantic
August 22, 2016: Joshua Shifrinson, "NATO Has Problems, But Trump Won’t Fix Them", Boston Review
August 21, 2016: Raymond Robertson, "Despite fears, Mexico's manufacturing boom is lifting U.S. workers", Los Angeles Times

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