NEWS & ANALYSIS

Sleeping on the Job

USA Today says the Nuclear Regulatory Commission must get better at its oversight of private security guards.

Increase in Illegal Weapons Exports

Weapons smuggled to China and Iran, says government.

Judge Says No to Social Security No-Match Letters

Judge rules no-match letters would unfairly discriminate against legal workers and cause business disruptions.

The Chertoff To-Do List

The House Homeland Security chairman criticizes the White House's new homeland security strategy and prods the Homeland Security chief to get things done.

Hospital Irradiation Machines a Nuclear Security Risk

Pentagon panel recommends scrapping the more than 1,000 machines currently in use.

White House Unveils New Homeland Security Strategy

President Bush lays out his second strategy to protect the nation since 9-11.

Background Checks for NASA Scientists Blocked

A federal appeals court issued a temporary injunction on a Bush directive requiring background checks on NASA scientists.

Surveillance Legislation Expected

A bill to overhall the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) has reportedly been drafted by the chairmen of the House Intelligence Committee and the House Judiciary Committee.

Public Information Can Aid Terrorists, Says Report

A new RAND report says publicly available information can make an attack easier for terrorists to perpetrate.

Remote-Control Toys a Terrorism Risk?

Toy remote controls may pose a terrorism risk, says TSA.
 




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