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Insect Insurgents

- Could bugs be the next terrorist weapon? A Boston Globe op-ed thinks so.

9-11 Chairman Criticizes FBI's Counterterrorism Efforts

- Thomas H. Kean says the FBI must stop treating its intelligence analysts like second class citizens.

FISA Primer

- National Public Radio offers the nuts-and-bolts of the FISA debate.

Balancing Science and Security

- America's scientific community is worried government fears of terrorism will stop the flow of information, researchers, and students necessary for America's continued scientific supremacy.

Tuberculosis Infected Man Crossed Border 76 Times

- For the second time this year, a highly contagious man with TB has eluded Customs and Border Protection.

Risk Management Israeli-Style

- Threats to the state of Israel keep growing in a turbulent Middle East.(Online Exclusive)

Senate Agrees on Terms of Domestic Surveillance Legislation

- Bill to include immunity for telecoms participating in warrantless wiretaps and a review of the law after six years.

DHS Criticized for Overuse of Contractors

- GAO says overreliance on contractors to handle certain functions is unwise because it could allow contractors to inappropriately influence government decisions.

Congress Takes Another Look at Sanctuary Cities

- The Senate has defeated a proposed bill amendment that would withhold funds from sanctuary cities.

The Jihadist's Cookbook

- How much does al Qaeda really know about making biological and chemical weapons?

White House Makes Case Against House FISA Bill

- The White House has put out a fact sheet laying out point by point why it opposes the House bill on FISA restrictions.

Space-based Solar Power Could Aid Security

- A report released this month by the National Security Space Office finds that using space-based solar power is an opportunity for strategic security.

France Eyes CCTV

- France to triple the number of CCTV cameras by 2009.
 




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