NEWS & ANALYSIS

Suicide Bombers Kill Over 20 in Baghdad

The attacks targeted Shiites' celebrating the end of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.

Security Guard Shot Dead Outside Marijuana Clinic

The security guard was shot dead outside a pot clinic during a robbery attempt yesterday in Los Angeles.

The Unintended Benefit of Piracy

Robert Kaplan explains the one upside to the scourge of modern-day piracy.

With New Nonlethal Weapons Comes Controversy

New nonlethal weapons near release and in development spark debate: "Just how safe are they?"

U.S. Fears Ukrainian Ship's Weapons Will Fall Into Somali Jihadist Hands

Somali pirates took a Ukrainian ship hostage last Thursday they say without any knowledge it was packed with Russian arms.

Employees Routinely Risk Data Leaks Through Negligent Behaviors, Study Says

In a survey commissioned by Cisco, just over one-half of respondents said they altered company security settings even though it was against company policy.

Small Airports Nationwide Implement New Security Training

A new, free training curriculum helps general aviation airports correct their security vulnerabilities.

FCC Proposal Aimed at Securing Public Safety Spectrum Bid

The FCC hopes slashing the cost of the wireless spectrum set aside for first responders will entice a buyer.

Two Terrorism Suspects Arrested on Plane in Germany

The two suspects were bound for Amsterdam; the Netherlands is considered a "preferred target" of jihadist terrorists, according to the chief Dutch counterterrorism official.

Nuclear Scientist, GAO Question Effectiveness of Next Generation Radiation Detectors

DHS' next generation of radiation detectors are not cost-effective and may not provide greater detection capability than those already in use, say critics.
 




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