Posted by Sherrie Questioning All I was in Kentucky this last week. While driving up there I came across at least 10 different trucks hauling military vehicles going North. I even came across them in the small town of Winchester Kentucky, which
3,451 days after being seized, detained, dragged out of my vehicle & arrested at an illegal general law enforcement roadblock conducted by Tohono O'odham Police Dept. officers with the assistance of Senior Special U.S. Customs agents along with dozen
Computer geeks planning to attend the world's largest annual hacking party in Las Vegas next week will have a rare chance to talk to the head of the US National Security Agency – the first such high-ranking official to attend ever.
Within the next year or two, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security will instantly know everything about your body, clothes, and luggage with a new laser-based molecular scanner fired from 164 feet (50 meters) away.
A lone gunman burst into a movie theater and opened fire during the latest Batman film, killing at least 12 people and injuring at least 50. The 24-year-old suspect was clad in a bullet proof vest and riot helmet when he crashed into the movie theate
US agents to operate in British airports
Score one for Gov. Rick Scott, who is moving ahead with plans to ferret out "noncitizens" on Florida's voter rolls.
The US Transport Security Administration has reportedly prepared its personnel to be deployed in UK airports for the Olympic Games.
“You’re dumb deafies anyway so no one would believe you”
Former Congressman labels ‘liberty lovers are terrorists’ study “frightening,” “bizarre,” “insidious”
The machine is a mobile, rack-mountable system. It fires a laser to provide molecular-level feedback at distances of up to 50 meters in just picoseconds. For all intents and purposes, that means instantly.
A U.S. citizen of Somali descent who has been stranded in Bahrain for two weeks after being told his name appears on the U.S. government’s no-fly list.
The wife and a friend of former Arizona Gov. Raul Castro are calling for changes in Border Patrol procedures after agents recently detained the frail 96-year-old in 100-degree heat for more than a half-hour.
After being challenged by his lab, the DHS dared Humphreys’ crew to hack into their drone and take command. Much to their chagrin, they did exactly that.
On the way home from Porcfest 2012
No, said airline security, you can't take this bottle onboard. It exceeds the 100 milliliter limit; it's forbidden.
Federal agency characterizes incident as act of “violence”
This is a picture of two Transportation Security Administration screeners leaving work last week. But look closely. They’re nowhere near an airport.
Could private industries effectively take the place of the state when it comes to defense, both nationally and regionally? Chase Rachels explains some possibilities of defense production in a free, voluntary society.
Drones, supposedly supported by the military establishment in the West, have sparked controversy in countries like Pakistan as they are being increasingly used to wage covert warfare.
Researchers have identified a sophisticated new computer virus 20 times the size of Stuxnet, the malicious software that disabled centrifuges in an Iranian nuclear plant. But unlike Stuxnet, the new malware appears to be used solely for espionage.
The Department of Homeland Security has been forced to release a list of keywords and phrases it uses to monitor social networking sites and online media for signs of terrorist or other threats against the U.S.
Drones in your backyard? Possibly, if DHS has it their way. As more and more drones are being used overseas to murder those deemed enemies, civil liberties groups are worrying over whether drone patrolled roads could become a reality here at home.
The Senate Appropriations Committee on Tuesday moved forward with legislation to increase airline passenger security fees, beating back a GOP attempt to keep them at current levels.
The horror stories about the Transportation Security Administration are indisputable. In the post 911 environment, civil liberties routinely ignored or eliminated, become a mere memory in a country that once prided itself as the beacon of freedom for
Chicago cops, the FBI, Homeland Security, Secret Service and a large number of unnamed others have established a high-tech secret command center to surveil people exercising their First Amendment right in Chicago as the NATO war council unfolds this
Winning a Nobel Prize might earn you a few perks and even a handshake from a world leader or two, but former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger learned the hard way this week that, no matter who you are, you're never excused from a TSA pat-down.
All Metra passengers–not just those on the Electric Line–will also face carry-on restrictions and security screenings from May 19-21. Riders will be allowed one briefcase-sized bag up to 15 by 15 inches and four inches deep. Riders will not be allowe
Doug Casey gives a real life anecdote of his travels to the latest Casey Research Conference, "Recovery Reality Check" in Weston, Florida.
American officials say they uncovered an al-Qaeda-made bomb that could have successfully passed through TSA’s security checkpoints