05/16/2011 - Drug traffickers are using northern airports to move contraband, Blackwater founder raises a private army on behalf of the United Arab Emirates, and a college grant leads to studies of poverty and gun violence.
05/02/2011 - Analysis begins on of how Bin Laden's death with affect the global terrorism fight. Difficulties persist in ferreting out corruption among private contractors in Iraq and Afghanistan. German authorities announce the arrest of three suspected al Qaeda members.
04/08/2011 - Lawmakers and witnesses spar at a Senate Committee hearing on border security, the government contemplates replacing the color-coded terror alert system, and the conviction of former Enron executive Jeffrey Skilling is upheld by an appellate court.
02/25/2011 - Senior leaders in the U.S. government simply don’t understand the state of the art in data technology, and until they do, intelligence fusion and cybersecurity efforts will falter, former Coast Guard Commandant Adm. Thad Allen said Thursday
02/11/2011 - The White House hopes to spend more than $10 billion on a dedicated national frequency spectrum band and network that will support voice and data traffic for first responders, President Obama announced this week.
02/02/2011 - The Obama Administration has come out in favor of simply allocating unused radio frequency spectrum to the nation’s first responders, rather than auctioning off the bands to wireless companies with the condition that they prioritize emergency traffic.