NEWS & ANALYSIS

Morning Security Brief: Alleged Bombers Planned More Attacks, Court Reverses Fraud Convictions, and More

Authorities suspect that the alleged Boston bombers had more attacks planned, a federal appeals court reverses a fraud conviction based on the “honest services” theory, and the fertilizer facility in West, Texas, was storing ammonium nitrate.

Audits Reveal Security Flaws at CDC Biolabs

After private government audits, the laboratories at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have been cited for improperly securing potential bioterror agents and for a lack of training given to employees who work with them.

Details on Capture and Treatment of 9-11 Masterminds to Stay Secret

All information about the arrests of the five men suspected of organizing the 9-11 attacks will remain secret indefinitely, a military judge has ruled.

Operation Backfire: Eleven Down, Two to Go

The largest eco-terrorism case in U.S. history may be closing in on its final chapters.

FBI Adds Terrorist Rapper to Most Wanted List

Omar Hammami is just as comfortable in the studio as he his carrying an AK-47. Since 2009, he’s released about a half-dozen rap tracks celebrating martyrdom and condemning the United States and Israel. Now his face will appear on posters at a post office near you.

From the Archive: Calculating the Margin of Terror

How likely is it that Hezbollah in Lebanon would launch suicide attacks or engage in kidnappings during an election year? Professor V.S. Subrahmanian, head of the University of Maryland’s Institute for Advanced Computer Studies, said that the right data combined with the right software can answer that question.

First Guilty Verdict in Operation Rhino

Yesterday, a Minneapolis janitor was convicted on five terrorism-related counts for facilitating the recruitment and travel of young men to join a Somali terrorist organization

UN Official Suggests Formation of a Bioagent Watchdog

A UN official says there should be a global organization keeping an eye on facilities with the ability to manufacture biological weapons.

ACLU Finds Explosion in DOJ Electronic Surveillance

In between 2009 and 2011, the ACLU finds the Department of Justice communication intercepts have increased 64 percent.

Morning Security Brief: Consulate Attack Investigation, Workplace Shooting, Chinese Cyberattacks, Drones, and More

Security fears complicate Benghazi investigation. Police investigate a deadly workplace shooting incident. U.S. cyber intelligence director says that Chinese cyberattacks are persistent and accelerating. DHS wants drone companies to participate in safety and security program. Poll finds voters believe Romney would be tougher on terrorism. And more.
 




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