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  • 'Biased Statistics' Paint Rosy Picture of Border Security, Union Head Alleges

    The Obama administration boasts that arrests at the U.S.-Mexico border have dropped on its watch. But figures cited by the administration are based on “biased statistics,” according to the president of the National Border Patrol Council, the union representing more than 17,000 U.S. border agents and personnel. “Department of Homeland … More

    Syrian Hackers Undermine Media Integrity

    On August 3, the Syrian Electronic Army hacked into Reuters’s blogging site and published a fake interview with a Syrian rebel leader, saying his troops were withdrawing from the city of Aleppo following devastating loss of life. As Aleppo has been a center of the struggle between the Syrian military … More

    Federal Regulation Strangles Chemical Security

    On Thursday, the House Appropriations Committee will meet to discuss the much-debated Chemical Facility Anti Terrorism Standards (CFATS) program, which requires that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) establish security standards for facilities that produce, handle, or store potentially dangerous chemicals. Enacted in the aftermath of 9/11, the program was … More

    A Problem We Can’t Ignore: Threat of Armed Terrorist Assault

    An April 4 bombing attack on a Somali movie theater by a female member of the terrorist organization al-Shabaab has demonstrated such groups’ interest in targeting public venues in armed assaults. Equally disquieting, a leaked Department of Homeland Security (DHS) memo suggests there is a chance that similar attacks could … More

    When It Comes to Cybersecurity, a Flexible Approach Is Key

    A majority of Americans agree that sharing information on cybersecurity threats is the best way to protect the country’s networks. According to a Washington Post poll, nearly two-thirds of Americans support responsible information sharing, while only 39 percent of Americans support the idea of mandatory regulations. These percentages span party … More