The 2014 TCS New York City Marathon was first held in 1970 by the New York Road Runners Club (NYRR) with just 127 competitors running loops around Central Park.
Public safety leaders from Indianapolis will gather today to discuss plans for the Final Four
Company's North American footprint continues to grow.
After a riot broke out on campus two years ago, the University of Dayton is poised and ready to create a safe environment.
AHA picks-up APC, Catalyst Wire & Cable, ClearView CCTV, Dropcam, EnGenius, IC Realtime, Nest, Rapid Mounts, TiVo and Vivitek lines.
Looking forward to serving customers and exceeding their expectations.
With an underground bunker, LAPD officers, FBI, Department of Homeland Security and snipers, yearly award ceremony went off without a hitch.
The government is also looking to prevent young people from becoming radicalized.
The NFL will add security to watch over the balls
Government agencies team up to ensure players, coaches, staff and attendees are safe and secure.
The Southern California security guard was considered a hero by many
It is based on the chocolate shop hostage incident in Sydney, Australia, on Dec. 15.
The victim is a state caseworker
An unidentified man was able to get access to a secure area backstage at an appearance by the president
The new Boston One Campus will serve as Schneider Electric’s new North America Headquarters and hub for innovation and efficiency.
As the season gets underway, stadiums are taking some new security measures
According to data from the American Public Transportation Association, riders took a staggering 10.7 billion trips on public transportation in 2013, marking the eighth year in row that more than 10 billion trips were taken on public transportation systems nationwide.
5 approaches officials are taking to ensure a safe and secure race for runners and spectators.
A layered approach to security keeps athletes, coaches, dignitaries and fans safe during the Winter Games.