Anne Speckhard

Georgetown University School of Medicine

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Anne Speckhard on KCRW

In the aftermath of the latest bombings in Europe, US officials say progress is being made toward destroying the Islamic State.

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In the aftermath of the latest bombings in Europe, US officials say progress is being made toward destroying the Islamic State.

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Former PFC Bradley Manning is now Chelsea Manning, spotlighting transgender rights in the military and beyond.

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