Currently, FAA has issued a ground stop for flights coming into LAX.
The security glitch has been fixed, or has it?
Interesting Fact: If an airline has a traveler’s passport number on file, it is required to share it with TSA, even for domestic flights.
"There is nothing funny about what he did. This is a serious pipe bomb filled with shrapnel; it is a destructive device,” commented Deputy Chief of Los Angeles police.
Visitors to Senegal now pass through Lumidigm sensors at embassies, consulates and border posts.
President of L-3 Security & Detection Systems pleased to be listed on GSA website.
Like many small town police departments seeking to maintain neighborhood safety, the Village of Glenwood, Ill., needed to squeeze every ounce of value from its law enforcement tools.
Shots fired inside Naval Sea Systems Command.
The familiar sentence "we will never forget" still rings true 12 years later.
Seen by millions since its dedication in 1982, the American Vietnam Veterans Traveling Tribute (AVVT) Wall is a scaled-down replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C., but with a specific mission: “Create a forum for communities to come together to Honor, Respect and Remember those who have given the ultimate sacrifice for their country and to educate all to the Cost of Freedom.”
178-page document reveals the objectives, successes and failures of 16 U.S. spy agencies.
Farewell address filled with warning to the nation.
Phyllis Schneck, PhD, chief technology officer and VP at McAfee named new head of cybersecurity.
THE George Zimmerman zooms through Texas...or at least tries to.
American history is tampered with as statue of 16th American President is paint spattered.
Seeking bounty hunters to take down drones in Colorado.
Forensic coding theft deterrent aids police in capturing criminals.
The leading government and homeland security event, GovSec, featuring TREXPO and held in conjunction with CPM East, attracted 3,514 attendees and 175 exhibitors for its 12th year.
Ideal for companies with multiple departments or government buildings with various agencies and services.
As police surrounded the suspected Boston bomber hiding inside a boat stored behind a Watertown, Mass., home last April, officers with a thermal camera peered through the hull and tarp to watch his every move.