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Clinton, Trump campaign in the world made by 9/11
The 2001 attacks changed the United States, including its politics.       
32 points by USA Today | United States President of the United States Al-Qaeda World Trade Center Barack Obama September 11 attacks Security Democratic Party
Drone swarms for combat & surveillance ops top Britain’s military wishlist
Britain’s Ministry of Defence (MoD) has launched a competition to see who can come up with the best way to develop drone swarms which could be controlled by a lone operator. Read Full Article at RT.com
42 points by Russia Today | Submarine Nuclear weapon Electromagnetic radiation Electromagnetic spectrum Surveillance Security Ohio class submarine Kilogram
The Latest: South Dakota tribe files lawsuit over pipeline
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — The Latest on the legal challenges and coordination of the four-state Dakota Access oil pipeline (all times local):
-1 points by Arizona Daily Star | Security guard Security Guard Security police Surveillance Protest North Security guards
The 9/11 legacy: Airport security still largely a matter of faith
WASHINGTON — Year after year, more Americans attempt to board planes with concealed firearms in their carry-ons. They also come with hidden swords, hatchets, sharpened ninja stars and even gunpowder.Invariably, the response from passengers when officers from the Transportation Security Administration seize the weapons is: Oops, I forgot I had it.“It’s always astonishing to me that people can forget they have a weapon in their carry-on,” said TSA Administrator Peter V. Neffenger. “I’m not sure why people continue to do this.”
-1 points by Boston Herald | Federal Air Marshal Service Security Transportation Security Administration Airport security Aircraft hijacking Security guard Terrorism Bruce Schneier
DPS urges Texans to watch for supicious behavior on 9-11 anniversary
Texas' top public safety official is urging residents to keep a watchful eye for suspicious behavior as the 15th anniversary of the 9-11 terrorist attacks approaches.
4 points by The Houston Chronicle | Police September 11 attacks Fort Hood Want Texas Security Federal Bureau of Investigation Attack
Department of Homeland Security asks businesses to share cyber attack information, finds only one that's willing
— A law championed by Rep. C. A. Dutch Ruppersberger to get businesses and the government to share information about computer security threats has had limited impact so far because companies are reluctant to hand over data to the government, officials and corporate executives said Thursday. About...
14 points by Baltimore Sun | United States Department of Homeland Security Computer security Security Attack Dutch Ruppersberger Government Worry Law
Eastland Mall Target evacuated for bomb threat
Target at Eastland Center in Harper Woods was evacuated this afternoon because of a bomb threat, officials said.        
10 points by Detroit Free Press | High school Security Nicollet Mall Target Corporation Police American football Education College
Eastland Mall Target evacuated due to bomb threat
Target at Eastland Center in Harper Woods was evacuated this afternoon because of a bomb threat, officials said.        
10 points by Detroit Free Press | High school Security Nicollet Mall Target Corporation Police American football Education College
Oahu jail switching to no-contact visit system
HONOLULU (AP) - People visiting inmates at Hawaii's most crowded jail will no longer be able to touch them. There will be no contact during visits at Oahu Community Correctional Center starting Oct. 10. A major reason for the security change is to prevent contraband items such as drugs being ...
1 points by The Washington Times | Prison Hawaii Oahu Penology Corrections Security Honolulu Criminal justice
Candidates still deal with 9/11
Memories of 9/11 are fading into history, but the political world it created is still very much with us.       
-1 points by USA Today | United States National security President of the United States Barack Obama Al-Qaeda Security Central Intelligence Agency Hillary Rodham Clinton
Mexico drug war fuels private security boom
Business has been booming since 2006, yet insiders and security experts warn that the industry is rife with corruption.
935 points by Al Jazeera English | Security Security guard Police Surveillance National security Security police Risk Human security
Fed up with wife, man robs bank, asks for jail
A 70-year-old man fed up with his wife decided jail would be better than living at home.          
-1 points by Arizona Republic | The Washington Post Kansas Money Money supply English-language films United Kingdom Security
Teen busted with gun on first day of school
A student was arrested Thursday when he showed up at his Brooklyn high school on the first day of the year with a gun in his backpack, authorities said. The 15-year-old boy was cuffed near a security checkpoint at the Brooklyn School for Career Development on Clermont Avenue in Fort Greene just before 9 a.m....
183 points by New York Post | High school Cannon Firearm Security Fort Greene Park Gun
Hacked Dropbox data of 68M users for sale on the dark Web
Email and password data for more than 68 million Dropbox users is for sale in the darknet marketplace. The data set, which is from a 2012 breach, includes users’ email addresses as well as obscured passwords.
33 points by Las Vegas Review-Journal | Password Computer security Authentication Data User Security Security guard Password policy
Cummings: Commissioner Davis 'apologized profusely' for not disclosing surveillance program
Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Davis "apologized profusely" at a meeting with Rep. Elijah E. Cummings for failing to disclose an aerial surveillance program that has been operating for months above Baltimore, Cummings said Friday."I do believe that he was sincere, and he realized that he created...
-1 points by Baltimore Sun | Crime Surveillance Public safety Public Public relations The Wire Police Security
State lawmakers, ACLU consider legislation to regulate police surveillance
State lawmakers and civil liberties advocates are considering legislation that would regulate police surveillance programs — and require public disclosure — after the Baltimore Police Department ran a secret aerial surveillance program over the city for months. The head of the city's delegation...
-1 points by Baltimore Sun | Surveillance Crime Privacy Police Constable Law enforcement Security Crime prevention
Kolkata airport security beefed up after 'blow up' threat
Kolkata city police headquarters received two anonymous calls on Wednesday morning, that threatened to 'blow up' the city's Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport.
186 points by | Police Improvised explosive device Security Blow Up Kolkata Cheque Nuclear weapon
Security guard critically injured in shooting near College Park
A security guard was critically injured in a shooting overnight at a conference center near the University of Maryland, College Park during an apparent armed robbery, university police said Tuesday.The male guard was shot by two men with handguns at the University of Maryland, University College's...
-1 points by Baltimore Sun | Crime Prince George's County Maryland Universities and colleges Adelphi Maryland College Park Maryland University Security Atlantic Coast Conference
Missed opportunities to stop OPM cyber breach spelled out
WASHINGTON (AP) - It was time to purge the hacker from the U.S. government's computers. After secretly monitoring the hacker's online movements for months, officials worried he was getting too close to critical information and devised a plan, dubbed "the Big Bang," to expel him. Trouble was, with all their ...
8 points by The Washington Times | Security Security clearance National security United States Department of Homeland Security Computer security Classified information Background check United States Department of Defense
D.C. man arrested in hotel robbery and shooting near University of Maryland
A 24-year-old man from Washington, D.C., has been arrested and charged in the shooting of a security guard and robbery of a hotel early Tuesday near the University of Maryland, university police said. Jamal Ulysses Green was arrested that same day and charged with attempted first-degree murder...
-1 points by Baltimore Sun | Crime Security guard Security Prince George's County Maryland University of Maryland College Park Maryland Crimes Atlantic Coast Conference
Ryan Lochte suspended 10 months for Rio incident, according to reports
Twelve-time Olympic swimming medalist Ryan Lochte reportedly has been suspended 10 months for his role in an embarrassing incident during last month's Rio de Janeiro Olympics, in which he embellished details of a gas station confrontation with armed security guards, setting off a week of international...
-1 points by Chicago Tribune | Security guard Swimming English-language films Rio de Janeiro Security Summer Olympic Games Black-and-white films American films
Missed opportunities detailed ahead of personnel agency hack
WASHINGTON — It was time to purge the hacker from the U.S. government's computers.After secretly monitoring the hacker's online movements for months, officials worried he was getting too close to critical information, so they devised a plan, called the "Big Bang," to expel him.Trouble was, with all their attention focused in that case, they missed the other hacker entirely.
-1 points by Boston Herald | Security National security Security clearance Computer security United States Department of Homeland Security Federal government of the United States Classified information United States Department of Defense
Suspensions for Lochte, swimmers due Thursday
USOC and USA Swimming will jointly announce penalties for the Rio gas station incident.         
-1 points by Arizona Republic | Security guard Security United States Olympic Games Gun Graffiti Money Guard
Suspensions for Ryan Lochte, swimmers due Thursday
USOC and USA Swimming will jointly announce penalties for the Rio gas station incident.         
-1 points by Arizona Republic | Security guard Security United States Olympic Games Gun Graffiti Money Guard
Lochte, others expected to be disciplined Thursday
USOC and USA Swimming will jointly announce penalties for the Rio gas station incident.         
-1 points by Arizona Republic | Security guard Security United States Olympic Games Gun Money Graffiti Guard
Donald Trump promises huge boost in military spending
Republican Donald Trump vowed to boost military spending by tens of billions of dollars on Wednesday, outlining plans for major increases in the number of active troops, Navy ships and submarines, and fighter planes.
2 points by The Denver Post | Military Security Commander-in-chief Donald Trump Information security Navy
Russian police warn opposition leader’s protest is 'illegal'
“Your personal safety may be under threat,” Moscow police warned potential protesters.       
2 points by USA Today | Crime Security London
Ex-Egyptian leader Mubarak released from detention
Ousted Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak was freed from custody Friday morning after years of legal proceedings that frustrated activists who had hoped he would face justice for the deaths of hundreds defying his rule.
-1 points by Las Vegas Review-Journal | Egypt Hosni Mubarak Cairo President of Egypt Muslim Brotherhood Gamal Abdel Nasser Security Appeal
Did London attack expose 'weak spot'?
The terrorist attack on Westminster -- the heart of government in Britain since the 16th century -- did not come as a surprise to authorities.
-1 points by CNN | Police Parliament of the United Kingdom Member of Parliament United Kingdom Security Palace of Westminster United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland House of Lords
MI5 launches inquiry into whether it could have prevented Westminster terrorist attack
Britain’s domestic intelligence agency MI5 has launched an internal inquiry into whether it could have stopped Westminster terrorist Khalid Masood – an ex-convict who it investigated in the past, but had dropped off its radar. Read Full Article at RT.com
7 points by Russia Today | Attack Attack! Security Extremism MI5 Scotland Yard Police Special Branch
PHA residents become PHA cops amid 41% drop in Philly public housing crime

-1 points by The Philadelphia Inquirer | Police Constable Police officer Police brutality Law enforcement Crime Security Community policing
Opinion: Attack was long overdue
Wednesday's attack on London was expected, planned for, and in the view of many, a long time coming.
-1 points by CNN | Extremism Terrorism Prevention Radicalization Attack Security Counter-terrorism Certified first responder
‘Machine’s’ latest loss
President Trump’s second pick for National Security Adviser, to replace the ousted Michael Flynn, who lasted less than a month, has now also turned down the job.Robert S. Harward, a retired vice admiral and former Navy SEAL, issued a statement explaining, “This job requires 24 hours a day, seven days a week focus and commitment to do it right. I currently could not make that commitment.”Harward is currently a top executive at Lockheed.
-2 points by Boston Herald | United States Navy United States National Security Council National security President of the United States White House Security Canada Franklin D. Roosevelt
Suicide car bomb kills at least 18, injures up to 25 in Somali capital
At least 18 people have been killed and up to 25 wounded on Sunday in a reported suicide car bomb blast that ripped through a busy market in Mogadishu, Somalia, Reuters cited a local official as saying. Read Full Article at RT.com
3 points by Russia Today | Attack Road Somalia Attack! BLAST Security The Road According to Jim
Man dies after breaching airport security
A man forced his way into a secure area at Honolulu International Airport and died after he was detained, the Hawaii Department of Transportation said.
509 points by CNN | English-language films Death Independent films American films Honolulu County Hawaii Chi McBride Security Territory of Hawaii
Homeland Security secretary: Trump is working on a streamlined travel ban
Navajo tribe pressures Trump to save Arizona coal plant slated for closure Feb. 18, 2017, 11:38 a.m. A look at President Trump's administration and the rest of Washington: Trump says he wants to bring back coal. This soon-to-be closed Arizona plant could be his first test The White House has explored...
423 points by Los Angeles Times | President of the United States United States Green card United States Department of Homeland Security Security Federal government of the United States Franklin D. Roosevelt Playing card
Reports: Harward declines national security adviser post
Doug G. WareFeb. 16 (UPI) -- Retired Navy Vice Admiral Robert Harward on Thursday reportedly declined an opportunity to become President Donald Trump's national security adviser.
1 points by UPI | National security President of the United States United States National Security Council United Press International Vice Admiral White House Security Donald Trump
Japan’s ‘Crisis’ to get World Premiere at MIPTV
TOKYO – Major Japanese broadcasters Kansai TV and Fuji TV will screen their action drama “Crisis” on April 4 at the upcoming MIPTV market. Previously U.S. dramas including “Roots” and “X-Files” had their world premieres at MIPTV. “Crisis” will be the first Asian series to be so showcased. Starring Shun Oguri and Hidetoshi Nishijima as... Read more »
5 points by Variety | Security Fuji Television Japan Broadcasting Osaka Fox Broadcasting Company Fuji News Network Television
How Trump can hold more secure conversations, from tablecloths to specialized concrete
A look at SCIFs and SCIF-like set-ups, then and now.
37 points by The Washington Post | Barack Obama Security National security Democratic Party United States United States presidential election 2008 Bill Clinton Computer security
U.S. tracking Russian spy ship movements up East Coast
Doug G. WareFeb. 15 (UPI) -- The U.S. Coast Guard is continuing to track and monitor what officials say is a Russian spy ship moving along the United States' eastern seaboard.
79 points by UPI | United States Russia United Press International Ship East Coast of the United States United States Coast Guard Security Philadelphia
Second CVS this week hit in smash-and-grab attempt
Unknown suspects rammed the entrance of another CVS pharmacy with a pickup truck early Wednesday morning for the second time this week, leaving behind the vehicle running idle in nearby bushes.
30 points by The Houston Chronicle | Pickup truck Security Truck Police Isuzu Trailer Sport utility vehicle Computer security
Houston police search for trio possibly linked to fatal October shooting

37 points by The Houston Chronicle | Police Criminal Investigation Department Detective Federal Bureau of Investigation Houston Police Department Security Crime Uniform
Suspects sought in Detroit CVS armed robbery
Surveillance footage shows a masked man robbing a CVS in the 10000 block of West McNichols at about 5 a.m. Feb. 8        
-2 points by The Detroit News | Crime Security Police Surveillance Assisted living ManaGeR Imperial units United States customary units
WATCH: Detroit CVS manager empties safe for gunman
This dramatic video of a stickup at a CVS in Detroit could've come straight out of Hollywood.        
-2 points by Detroit Free Press | Security Theft Crime Police Robbery Suspect Villain The Driver
Security guard may have refused help leading to fatal Oculus fall
The guard allegedly said he was unable to leave his post — prompting Jenny Santos to return to the escalator and make her fatal grab.
819 points by Daily News | Security guard Security Source Surveillance Guard Escalator The Guard Source code
Trump guest sparks security concerns after posing with 'nuclear football' at dinner with Abe
US security experts are voicing alarm after one of President Donald Trump’s businessman friends posted a photo of the ‘nuclear football’ to Facebook after an event for the Japanese prime minister. Read Full Article at RT.com
152 points by Russia Today | Bill Clinton Washington D.C. President of the United States Security National security White House George W. Bush September 11 attacks
How a Trump national security meeting ended up on social media
The Post’s David A. Fahrenthold looks at how President Trump’s approach to national security compares with his campaign rhetoric.
1193 points by The Washington Post | Security National security
Republicans railed against Clinton's 'extremely careless' behavior. Now they've got a Trump problem.
Republicans said Clinton's negligence on information security was disqualifying.
12655 points by The Washington Post | Classified information George W. Bush National security President of the United States John McCain Security President Democratic Party
Mar-a-Lago planning pics raising security concerns
WASHINGTON — Photos snapped at President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida showing him engaged in what appeared to be an international security meeting over dinner — in full view of members of a swanky exclusive club on the property — only added to the list of problems for former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn before his resignation last night.
46 points by Boston Herald | National security George W. Bush Nancy Pelosi Human security The Washington Post Steny Hoyer Security Washington D.C.
Trump ran a campaign based on intelligence security. That's not how he's governing.
The president reportedly discussed a national security incident in a public room, with phone flashlights lighting the way.
32143 points by The Washington Post | Security National security Mobile phone Classified information Computer security Donald Trump Espionage Palm Beach Florida