He didn't just get into the stadium. The man made his way onto the field with his M16s. It was a member of the authorized color guard who noticed the man was not with them and reported the imposter to U of M Police.
A pilot for ExpressJet Airlines: I stated that I did indeed have a problem with the infringement of my civil rights and liberty. His reply: "That’s irrelevant."
In late September of this year, a California college student and a friend decided to go on a road trip to California's picturesque Anza-Borrego State Park. Little did they know before leaving on their trip that they would be subjected to arbitrary st
An electronic rights advocacy group is expressing concern over what it contends was an overly broad surveillance of social networking sites conducted by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security in the days leading up to the 2009 inauguration of Presi
“Newt is the New World Order!” cried a persistent protester who’d positioned himself in the middle of the balcony...."
Thanks to a joint investigation from academics and the Department of Homeland Security, the culprit in the Case of the Honeybee Killer has been found.
U.S. authorities plan a law enforcement surge this week along Amtrak routes, an exercise called RailSafe, and the heads of the country's biggest mass transit systems were briefed today on the possible terror threat, all part of what is being called a
These vans, that look innocuous enough, are carriers of radiation-death-machines that take no quarter, while they are driven through out our neighborhoods radiating pets, children, women, and men, alike, while they are in the privacy of their home...
This is a list of master's theses from the Naval Postgraduate School's Center for Homeland Defense and Security, this year. - The children are our future. Well I don't know about children getting a masters but at least it's foretells our future.
Madame Napolitano of the Ministry of the Fatherland plans to take naked body scanners to the next level. She is urging 190 nations to adopt the machines.
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano will urge 90 nations to heighten their aviation security measures today to include screening devices that could prevent terrorist from bringing plastic- or powder-based explosives onto the plane, according
Brett Lambo, director of DHS's Cyber Exercise Program, stressed "Cyber Storm III," which is expected to last 3 days, is "completely simulated." "We're not attacking any real networks," Lambo said. "We're not injecting any real malware."
The US Homeland Security chief will urge 190 nations to improve aviation security with body scanners and other innovations to stop terrorists from carrying plastic and powdered explosives onto airplanes. Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano s
Secure Flight is a behind the scenes program that enhances the security of domestic and international commercial air travel through the use of improved watch list matching. By collecting additional passenger data, it will improve the travelEntered By: Powell Gammill
DHS engages in desperate bid to adopt legally binding acceptance of dangerous devices as Dubai and Italy terminate their use
Computers, cell phones, files and records, passports were among items swept up in the early morning raid. This action came a few days after the FBI's Inspector General criticized the FBI for lying to Justice Department about raids and surveillance...
I found that, once again, Craig P. Roberts was already on the case. He too had something to say -- everything that I was going to say, in fact, and more. So I'll just let Roberts speak the truth, beginning with his title: "It is Official: The US is a
U.S. authorities are having a harder time detecting terrorism threats on American soil, top officials said, more than 9 years after the September 11 attacks thrust the USA into a global struggle with Islamist militancy. Al Qaeda and its affiliates h
As Ketcham's article makes clear, these same folks and their predecessors have been been busy dreaming up plans to imprison countless "trouble-making" Americans without trial in case of any real or imagined emergency. What kind of Americans?
A review of all 137 intelligence bulletins, more than 1,250 pages, revealed that more than half explicitly indicate some form of active tracking of groups in the United States. "Analysts will continue to monitor the Tea Party movement in the Comm
HARRISBURG -- The former Special Forces colonel who has headed the state Office of Homeland Security for four years and who now finds himself at the center of a firestorm over an anti-terrorism contract is missing in action.
Saudi King Abdullah and security czar Prince Nayef bin Abdul Aziz have held talks with top intelligence and counter-terror officials from the United States and Canada. John Brennan, assistant to President Obama for homeland security and counter-ter
TSA and Department of Homeland Security (DHS) mandate, beginning November 1, all passengers will be required to have Secure Flight Passenger Data (SFPD) in their reservation at least 72 hours prior to departure.
They were charged with handing over secret weapons information to an F.B.I. agent posing as a Venezuelan spy. Dr. Mascheroni has long criticized the government’s nuclear policies as misguided and has repeatedly accused federal agents of harassing him
On the Alex Jones Show yesterday, investigative journalist Wayne Madsen discussed the involvement of a shadowy Israeli company in an effort by Pennsylvania’s Homeland Security to spy on activists exercising their First Amendment.
2 cybersecurity bills that would hand Obama the power to shut down parts of the Internet in the event of a national emergency have been merged into a single legislation that will give Homeland Security a larger role in policing the world wide web.
WASHINGTON — The Homeland Security Department plans to test futuristic iris scan technology that stores digital images of people's eyes in a database and is considered a quicker alternative to fingerprints.
Homeland Security will test cameras that take photos from 3 or 4 feet away, including one that works on people as they walk by, Vemury said.
“Our long-held belief that homegrown terrorism couldn’t happen here has thus created a situation where we are today stumbling blindly through the legal, operational and organizational minefield of countering terrorist radicalization...