Jan 24, 2011 -A suspected suicide bomber today strode into the public area outside the international arrivals portion of Moscow's busiest airport and detonated an explosive device, killing at least 35 people and wounding nearly 170 people.
Jan 19, 2011 -The Department of Homeland Security cannot say how many foreign seafarers have entered the country illegally at U.S. seaports because of data accuracy problems at two of its agencies, according to the Government Accountability Office.
Jan 13, 2011 -The Maryland cable network company wants to install a high gated fence in its public garden and divide its lobby to create separate entrances for employees and visitors, according to a press report.
Dec 20, 2010 -U.K. arrests suspected terrorists in largest raid for months. The Washington Post continues its investigation into what it calls Top Secret America. And a court says cell-phone data retrieval requires a warrant.
Dec 17, 2010 -State Department cable tells of Indian bioterrorism fears. FBI and DHS send out terrorism advisory alert for holidays. Incoming chairman on House Homeland Security Committee will explore Muslim radicalization. Scholar argues Britain's Prevent program is counterproductive. Federal appeals court upholds longest ecoterrorism sentence in U.S. history.
Dec 09, 2010 -Data mining, critical in the fight against terror, needs both an image makeover and a government-wide policy to ensure transparency and protection of civil liberties, according to a panel of experts from across the ideological spectrum.