05/24/2012 - DNA from a prior arrest links a man to a girl missing since March. Americans for Effective Law Enforcement builds a database of electronic control weapons research. How the State Department is countering al Qaeda online. And more.
05/18/2012 - The FBI says there are no credible threats to this weekend’s NATO summit. HHS opens the debate on medical countermeasure testing for children. The U.S. is not protected from a Stuxnet-type attack. And more.
05/17/2012 - Chicago prepares for NATO summit protests. U.S. Capitol police are looking for a pattern in a series of burglaries on Capitol Hill. The DEA wants to monitor Utah’s drug corridor with license plates cameras. And more.
05/15/2012 - The authors spent two-and-a-half years attempting to document the top secret component of the government agencies dealing with counterterrorism and the private sector contractors supporting this effort (and on whom the government has become increasingly dependent).
05/08/2012 - U.S. Postal Service (USPS) and public health officials are pleased with the initial results of Operation Medicine Delivery, the first test run of a program to distribute emergency antibiotics to a population after a widespread biological attack.
05/03/2012 - Documents found during the raid that killed al Qaeda mastermind Osama bin Laden go online today. Inspire magazine calls for chemical and biological attacks. After months of debate, research showing how H5N1 could make the jump to humans is published. And more.
04/24/2012 - House Republicans look to enhance DHS powers along the border. New sanctions issued against Iran and Syria. Legislation would require cell phone companies to disclose when they give information to authorities. And more.