Jun 15, 2012 -TSA and the Coast Guard today eased the burden on maritime transportation workers who needed to renew their biometric ID cards under an unpopular antiterrorism program that has experienced major technology delays.
Jun 12, 2012 -A new hacker group says it has information on more than 110,000 residents of a Tennessee city with a population of 132,000. Indiana passes a law that lets residents shoot at police. U.S. Intelligence director may authorize lie detector tests to ferret out leakers within the intelligence community. And more.
May 25, 2012 -The Justice Policy Institute says the U.S. suffers from over-policing, in a new report. Investigators are looking at allegations of flawed polygraphs in the recent Secret Service prostitution scandal. A professor looks at how information is disseminated via Twitter after a disaster. And more.
May 24, 2012 -DNA from a prior arrest links a man to a girl missing since March. Americans for Effective Law Enforcement builds a database of electronic control weapons research. How the State Department is countering al Qaeda online. And more.
May 22, 2012 -A bomb threat halts construction at the new NSA megacenter. A Wisconsin man is arrested for threatening to blow up political offices. Police are investigating a shooting that left eight injured minutes after the Monday’s NBA playoff game. And more.