NEWS & ANALYSIS
Jul 25, 2012 -Lone wolves, homegrown extremists, and al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula threaten homeland security, according to homeland security and counterterrorism officials.
Jul 23, 2012 -Tampa prepares for the GOP convention. Authorities reveal how the Aurora shooter amassed weapons. Syria admits to chemical weapons stockpiles, but says it would never use them against its own citizens. And more.
Jul 20, 2012 -The final report may be released in two versions--a public version and a version for public health, law enforcement, and United State Postal Service officials.
Jul 19, 2012 - Lawmakers Thursday debated the costs and benefits of integrating unmanned aerial vehicles, otherwise known as drones, into the national airspace, particularly whether terrorist groups or other adversaries could use the pilotless aircraft to carry out attacks and whether UAVs threaten American civil liberties.
Jul 19, 2012 -As the unmanned aerial vehicle industry grows, so do concerns about their safety. A congressional hearing set for Thursday morning aims to get the facts around reports that UAVs can be easily hacked.
Jul 18, 2012 -A security breach at a small Utah airport raises security concerns. HSBC executives apologize for laundering Mexican cartel money. G4S CEO apologizes to British lawmakers for Olympic security staffing blunder. Fraudulently obtained driver's licenses in Minnesota worry DHS.
Jul 16, 2012 -A truce between gangs cuts El Salvador’s murder rate. Sixth solar storm reaches Earth, causes no problems. Florida granted access to list of foreigners in the U.S. legally in an effort “prevent voter fraud.” And more.
Jul 12, 2012 -Paul Schneider, principal at the Chertoff Group, is interviewed.
Jul 12, 2012 -The DEA changes license plate data retention policy after reporter asks questions about license plate readers. A survey examines how hospitals are securing their networks. The Nevada Highway Patrol is questioning the efficacy of drug sniffing dogs. And more.
Jul 10, 2012 -Has a Silicon Valley start-up cost-efficiently solved the seemingly intractable problem of achieving interoperability for first responders?