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Morning Security Brief: More on Latest Boston Arrests, Plane Debris Suspected from 9/11 Removed, Marathon Security Enhanced

- The three suspects taken into custody Wednesday in connection with Boston bombings are named. Police remove piece of landing gear from plane believed to be one of the two 9-11 hijacked flights that crashed into World Trade Center. And marathon runners and spectators face increased security this weekend at the Long Island Marathon.

Bombing at Boston Marathon

- Bombs set off at the finish line of the Boston Marathon wound nearly two dozen people and kill several people, according to reports.

New Interim Security Clearance Guidelines Address Issue of Mental Health Counseling for Victims of Sexual Assault

- Director of National Intelligence (DNI) James Clapper took steps today to address an issue faced by victims of sexual assault who have or are trying to obtain a security clearance: They may fear disclosing mental health information on their application.

Foundations of Homeland Security: Law and Policy

- Despite a large number of books on homeland security, few cover the legal implications surrounding the topic.

Counterterrorism Perspective: Interview with Daryl Johnson

- Daryl Johnson, former terrorism analyst at the Department of Homeland Security, is interviewed.

Morning Security Brief: U.S. Embassy Security, Data Privacy, Emergency Alert System Flaw

- U.S. embassy security shortcomings discussed at congressional hearing; Facebook wins data privacy case in Germany; Emergency Alert System hacking vulnerability exposed.

Morning Security Brief: Smartphones for Facial Scans and Tracking Discussed; A Look at When Gun Permit Requests Are Denied

- Pentagon looks at using smartphones to scan faces; EPIC pursues its case against FBI using cellphones for tracking; statistics on gun permit and transfer denials show history since Brady law.

Fiscal Austerity for Military May Spur Innovation in Drones

- While the threat of sequestration or generally tighter budgets for the military worry many, it could also be a way to spur innovation, says one unmanned aerial vehicle expert.

How U.S. Marine Corps Base Quantico Trains for an Active Shooter

- Learn how U.S. Marine Corps Base Quantico trains for an active shooter and handles base security.

Morning Security Brief: Online Radicalization, Digital Rights Management, Hezbollah Found Guilty, and More

- The Obama Administration is establishing a new Interagency Working Group to Counter Online Radicalization to Violence; a tale of digital rights that shows how hard it is to police the Internet; Bulgaria says Hezbollah was behind deadly attack in 2010, and more.

Morning Security Brief: Drone Strikes, Racist Algorithms, and More

- U.S. drone-strike policy revealed, Harvard Professor says search algorithms are programmed to be racist, and new study says 54 countries aided CIA just after 9-11 in logistics, renditions, and interrogation of suspected al-Qaida members.

Morning Security Brief: One of the Fukushima 50 Speaks, Gun Control Task Force, Border Security, and More

- One of the Fukushima 50 gives an interview about how the events unfolded. The NRA is unhappy with Biden's gun control task force. Arrests on the Southwest Border are down. And more.

Federal Security Perspective: Interview with John Perren

- Security Management interviews Assistant Director John Perron of the FBI’s Weapons of Mass Destruction Directorate.
 




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