by Khaled A. Beydoun onSeptember 14, 2012
Khaled A. Beydoun writes in a piece for Al-Jazeera that using color and culture to determine who is a terrorist puts us all at risk.
by Hayat Mohamed onMay 2, 2011
Following the death of Bin Laden, Americans can expect heightened security in airports, transit and bridges.
by Nsenga Burton onDecember 21, 2010
The Washington Post's examination of the country's expanding national-security system has some interesting results.
July 14, 2010
Group sent detailed information of 1,300 people to government agencies and news outlets in Utah.
by Dayo Olopade onJanuary 6, 2010
It isn’t about Condi and Colin anymore.
NEWS STAND: Debating America's Safety, The Newest Indian Tribe, China Executes Briton for Drug SmugglingDecember 29, 2009
The Underwear Bomber sparks a new security debate, The Shinnecocks win tribal recognition, China executes Briton
December 26, 2009
His father was so worried he warned authorities about his own son. Yet he was allowed on a plane to the U.S.
August 20, 2009
When you have a book coming out, it's a good time to tell the truth about stuff you lied about at one time...
June 10, 2009
The shooting today in Washington at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum turned from terror to murder when 39-year-old security guard Stephen Tyrone Johns, one of the two individuals shot this afternoon, died at a local hospital. Details from the scene are still unclear, but the elderly man who opened fire at the crowded memorial has been identified as white supremacist James Von Brunn, and taken into police custody at George Washington University Hospital.
Twitter goes in on Paula Deen after a report suggests that she's racist.
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