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We'll look at what it means for North Korea to send the remains of fallen American soldiers from the Korean War

Dave Davies talks with David Sanger, author of The Perfect Weapon: War, Sabotage, and Fear in the Cyber Age.  He writes about the Russian hacking of the DNC; digital sabotage from Russia, China, Iran, and North Korea; and how the U.S. is trying to defend itself. Sanger is a national security correspondent for the New York Times. 

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In an agreement with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, President Trump announced that he will bring an end to joint military exercises with South Korea. Doing so signals a change to an alliance that dates back decades. Many of United States allies are now wondering what this means for other long-kept agreements and institutions. How President Trump is changing the world order this morning on Morning Edition from NPR News.

The former deputy director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency, weighs in. He's made more than a 20 trips to North Korea as an inspector.

That's on the next on All Things Considered from NPR News.

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Neuroanatomist Dr. James Fallon studies the most dangerous kind of person: the psychopath. His job is to get up close and personal with the mind of the psychopath so that we can better understand what makes them tick. He treats their brains with the cold calculation of a scientist at work. But in the process, things get mighty personal.

That story and others this week.