NEWS & ANALYSIS

Vocal Terrorism

Synthetic voice technology could lead to identity theft and other ills say British scientists.

Let Afghanistan's Heroin Be?

Curbing heroin production in Afghanistan could lead to worse problems.

Is Britain Becoming a Surveillance Society?

A new poll and report says "Yes."

McConnell Recants

Stronger surveillance law not used to spy on German jihadists.

The Five Urban Legends of Terrorism

Why counterterrorism officials should look north of our border and not south.

Russia's "Dad of All Bombs"

Another example of Russia's push to rebuild its military might.

Al Qaeda's Most Wanted Operatives

Foreign Policy lists the organization's six top operatives still at large.

National Response Plan Lacks Substance Say Critics

The Washington Post reports on a September 11 congressional hearing in which state and local emergency responders raise fears that problems with disaster response that became evident during Hurricane Katrina are not fixed by the new National Response Framework from the Bush Administration.

Huge Earthquake off Sumatra Stokes Tsunami Fears

Coastal inhabitants fear a tsunami similar to 2004.

U.S. Surveillance Uncovered German Jihadists' Plot

U.S. head of intelligence confirms FISA helped U.S.uncover plot to attack American interests in Germany.
 




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