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DHS-FBI Intel Bulletin Warns About Anarchist Threat to Conventions

- Anarchists throwing acid-filled eggs and Molotov cocktails bolstered by social media and smartphones may be a problem for the cities hosting the Republican and Democratic Conventions over the next two weeks, according to a joint DHS-FBI intelligence bulletin.

Device Could Allow Cell Phones to Detect Bioagents

- In 2004, researcher Nosang Myung started building a miniature device that could detect airborne toxins. Eight years later, the newest prototype is about a month from completion.

The Counterterrorism Handbook: Tactics, Procedures, and Techniques

- The book overall is well presented with an audience of security and law enforcement professionals in mind. Its point of view is not from a single author, but from a panel of experts, and their specialization shows.

Morning Security Brief: Trapwire Revealed, Muslim Spying Case, Terrorists in Syria, and More

- A leaked document exposes Trapwire. Syrian rebels don't really like fighting alongside jihadists. Stop and frisk opinions. And more.

FBI: White Extremists Don’t Have the Organization to Launch Suicide Attacks

- During the rise of right-wing extremism in the United States, the FBI examined the likelihood of suicide attacks by white extremists, according to a 2007 report.

Emergency Management Perspective Interview with Trina Sheets

- Associate Editor Matthew Harwood interviews Trina Sheets, executive director of the National Emergency Management Association.

Operation Medicine Delivery After-Action Report

- For at least one household, their aggressive dog is what stood between them and the life-saving medication after a simulated anthrax attack.

One-Stop Shop for Counterterrorists

- A comprehensive database of terrorist incidents within the United States aims to provide data to law enforcement, researchers, and the intelligence community.

City of Houston's Active Shooter PSA Goes Viral

- The release of the homeland security grant-funded short film was moved up after the Aurora shooting.

Morning Security Brief: Covert Aid To Syria Authorized, Suspected Whistleblower Sues the Government, San Diego’s Alert System

- A former Intelligence Committee aide is suing to get her laptop back. San Diego launches new features for its emergency alert system. And more.

Domestic Terrorism

- Find out what parts of the United States are more prone to terrorist violence than others over the last 30 years, according to a DHS-sponsored report.


- Jubair Ahmad has been sentenced to 12 years in prison for providing material support to a terrorist organization by producing a video, recruiting, and raising money for Lashkar-e-Tayyiba. Read more about the government’s evidence.

Morning Security Brief: Missing Olympic Keys, Private Airport Security, Nuclear Site Security, and More

- A set of keys goes missing at the Olympics. Sacramento mulls private airport security. Three people break into a U.S. nuclear site. And more.

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