♦ Mayor Michael Bloomberg presses Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano for more money to defend New York City from nuclear terrorism.
♦ A Pakistani newspaper calls the United States use of aerial drones over Pakistani soil "terrorism."
♦ The National Security Agency will partner with Google to investigate a recent cyberattack that the company alleges originated in China.
♦ TIME magazine wants to know: Where was the High-Value Detainee Interrogation Group (HIG) when the Underwear Bomber was arrested on Christmas?
♦ A cyberattack could deliver a crippling blow to the United States, Director of National Intelligence Dennis Blair told the House Intelligence Committee yesterday.
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