French government officials have approved a decree to create a National Guard.
Officers were responding to reports of a person with a gun when they came under fire.
From embassies and federal courthouses to transportation hubs and military bases, a wide variety of government agencies protect themselves from errant drivers and truck bomb threats with barriers, bollards, barricades and crash gates.
Communication has changed a lot in the last 10 years. With the landscape shifting every day, it is inevitable that more changes are on the way.
21 states have asked for help securing voting systems against potential attacks.
You’ve seen it happen before. Passengers are deplaning and straggling down the exit corridor. Suddenly one of them reverses direction. Is he simply going back to retrieve a forgotten cellphone? Or, are his intentions more sinister?
A second night of violent protests broke out in Charlotte following an officer-involved shooting.
Earlier this month travelers at JFK Airport were delayed due to a security breach that ended up to be a crowd cheering on an Olympic athlete.
A data dump this past weekend claimed to have stolen from the Equation Group, a hacking team believed to be associated with the NSA.
The U.S. is conducting high-level discussions about “election cybersecurity.”
A second night of protests in Milwaukee results in unlawful protests, arson and shots fired.
The 19-year-old had planned the climb, posting a YouTube video explaining his reasoning the day before.
Three Baton Rouge officers were killed in the line of duty on Sunday, July 17.
Seven other officers were injured in an attack that marks the deadliest incident for law enforcement since September 11, 2001.
Four men threatened on Facebook to kill police officers.
After the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history, federal background checks for gun purchases increased in June.
British Politician Jo Cox was attacked on June 16 in Birstall. She later died of her injuries.
A federal appeals court ruled that there is no Second Amendment protection for concealed weapons.
Maryland police are investigating three different incidents involving gunfire that may be related.
The sheer size and notoriety of the event had the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) planning security and operational logistics long before the opening ceremony.