Jul 11, 2011 -Governments will typically put up the money to protect incumbents during campaigns, but they are often slow to protect candidates of opposition parties. Taiwan's opposition party is questioning why, after two shootings, its candidates won't be given armored vehicles.
Jan 21, 2010 -The lack of clear indicators of radicalization could frustrate the military’s ability to identify service members who pose a threat to their comrades-in-arms, according to the co-chairs of the investigation into the Fort Hood massacre .
Nov 30, 2009 -The antics of a fame-seeking couple who crashed President Obama's first state dinner will likely lead to stricter security protocols for guests attending functions at the White House, experts and elected officials said.
Nov 17, 2009 -Nine years ago, al Qaeda detainee Mamdouh Mahmud Salim viciously attacked a prison guard at the Metropolitan Correctional Center--the same place Khalid Sheik Mohammed and four other defendants will be held during their trial.