11/01/2011 - The U.S. government has made progress in enhancing security at foreign airports, DHS is developing guidelines for culling social media sources, and a new report indicates that hackers targeted chemical and defense companies over the summer.
10/20/2011 - Libyan President Moammar Gaddafi may be dead; U.S. working to confirm. Ukrainian researchers develop a nonexplosive ordnance-disposal method. Doubts about yesterday's Texas "terror plot." Was it just a bad prank? And more.
10/12/2011 - An Iranian plot to assassinate a Saudi Arabian ambassador has been foiled, the NYPD has infiltrated Muslim student groups, and California Governor Jerry Brown has vetoed a bill that would require police to get a warrant to search cell phone data.
10/11/2011 - California bans open carry citing safety reasons. A law enforcement tool leaves Android devices open to hackers. Proposed drug legislation aims to regulate the actions of U.S. citizens in other countries. And more.
09/30/2011 - Law enforcement officials plan to define rape more accurately. Domestic violence accounts for one-third of all murders in Milwaukee. A sharp increase in cyberattacks on utility companies are occurring. And more.
09/29/2011 - More on suspicious activity reporting and the federal government's efforts to embed privacy and civil liberty controls into the process from Security Mangement associate editor, Matthew Harwood.
09/29/2011 - A new report tells of accidental bioagent releases. An al Qaeda supporter is arrested for a plot on the Pentagon and the Capitol. And Facebook finally comes out and admits to tracking users while they weren't logged in.