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L.A. NOWU.S. Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said Monday she was saddened by this weekend's death of a U.S. Coast Guard member in the Channel Islands....
After spending months in a Mexican prison for attempting to carry his great-grandfather’s shotgun into the country, a former Marine has been released and is back in the United States. Jon Hammar, 27, a veteran of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan,...
President Barack Obama has a woman problem. The president has announced his nominations for his new cabinet. But his nominations are all white men. Where are the women? Where are the minorities? If all his nominees are confirmed, only two women -...
Tags: Kathleen Sebelius, Politics, Barack Obama, Elections
WASHINGTON -- President Obama insists he’s a “pretty friendly guy” but made clear Monday that he’s skeptical that personal relationships with members of Congress have much to do with whether legislation passes. “I like...
Tags: Chuck Hagel, White House, Jack Lew, Politics, Lyndon B. Johnson
KTLA NewsPORT HUENEME (KTLA) -- U.S. Coast Guard officials held a memorial Saturday for a veteran chief petty officer killed after suspected smugglers rammed his vessel with a drug-smuggling panga boat. More than 1,000 people from the law enforcement community,...
When it comes to homeland security, we've been seduced for more than a decade by a "preemptive" mandate that directs us to catch terrorists before they strike next. Where law enforcement once investigated crimes to determine who was responsible and how...
Tags: Civil Rights, Laws, Times Square, Terrorism, FBI
Declaring the time for action overdue, President Barack Obama promised on Wednesday to send Congress broad proposals in January for tightening gun laws and curbing violence after last week’s schoolhouse massacre in Connecticut. Even before...
It's possible that not every problem has a technological solution. That will come as a shock to U.S. policymakers, who since the 9/11 terrorist attacks have invested in multiple technologies to protect us from evildoers. Some have been a success, while...
L.A. NOWA woman who tussled with Bob Hope Airport security officers over a container of applesauce for her elderly mother seems poised to draw the ire of another federal official — this time a U.S. District Court judge....
My initial impression of the murderous attack on our consulate in Benghazi, Libya, was probably similar to yours. A horrific incident. A security failure. Another example of radical Islamic overreaction to the most tepid of incidents — in this case,...
WASHINGTON — For two years, the nationwide BioWatch system, intended to protect Americans against a biological attack, operated with defective components that left it unable to detect lethal germs, according to scientists with direct knowledge of...
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano's top expert on anti-terrorism technology has privately advised her to spike a long-planned, multibillion-dollar upgrade of BioWatch, the nation's troubled system for detecting a biological attack. Dr. Tara...
Tags: Terrorism, Science, U.S. Congress, U.S. Army, George W. Bush
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