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A look at the top stories from this week

What's Happening: The Week's Big Stories

A tragic intelligence failure in Pakistan: The usually tight-lipped Obama administration got in front of a news story this week, announcing that two Western hostages in Pakistan were accidentally killed by U.S. drones in January. The incident is a blow against Obama's policy of widespread unmanned airstrikes in the Middle East, as well as the U.S.'s longstanding refusal to negotiate for hostages.

The first major challenge to. Particularly troubling is the revelation that Hillary may have helped in a deal that led to a Russian company owning 20 percent of U.S. uranium reserves.

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