The TSA is expecting longer than usual lines at airport security this summer, which is raising concerns about staffing.
Stephen Sellner · May 05, 2016
A 28-year-old man was arrested and charged with insider training after prosecutors say he made $1.5 million trading ADT stock at around the time Apollo Global Management acquired ADT.
Stephen Sellner · April 15, 2016
A regular Boston Marathon attendee explains how he'll navigate the festivities with added security measures and the constant concern of a terrorist attack.
By D. Craig MacCormack · April 14, 2016
Three years since the Boston Marathon bombings, an added emphasis on security returns to the race in light of the Brussels terrorist attacks.
Stephen Sellner · March 24, 2016
United States cities like New York, Los Angeles and Washington, D.C. can expect to see added police presence in lieu of the deadly explosions in Brussels. ISIS has claimed responsibility for the attacks that killed at least 34.
Stephen Sellner · March 21, 2016
Documents obtained by FOX 25 show that 73 employees at U.S. airports were flagged as having potential ties to terrorism. Washington Dulles International Airport had the most with seven.
Stephen Sellner · March 17, 2016
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March 16, 2016
A study by a USC professor refutes the assumption that law enforcement officers are less likely to use excessive force if they’re being recorded.
SSI Staff · March 08, 2016
A drone came within 16 feet of an airliner landing in Paris on Feb. 19, marking the closest encounter between a UAV and a plane.
Stephen Sellner · March 07, 2016
Previously confidential information relating to one of the Boston Marathon bombers was released, calling into question Tamerlan Tsarnaev's path to citizenship prior to the attack.
SSI Staff · February 29, 2016