Jewish Community Centers and schools in at least 12 states fell victim to bomb threats on Monday.
“This budget will be a public safety and national security budget,” President Trump said.
No one was injured in the shooting, but additional security request were renewed as a result.
The bill is less than anticipated.
The American Civil Liberties Union says TSA agents’ use of “behavior detection” techniques leads to racial profiling.
Three federal judges unanimously refused to store the White House Immigration Order.
The extreme vetting could include a list of websites and passwords from the seven countries listed in the Executive Order.
Two men walked into a Michigan Police Department with cameras and loaded guns in an apparent stunt to make a point about civil liberties.
A congressional report cites many gaps in security at airports around the country.
Police in Paris have arrested a man after he attacked a soldier near the Louvre.
A Cheesecake Factory in Old Pasadena, California was evacuated after a suspect threw a homemade explosive inside.
One prison guard was pronounced dead at the prison.
On Friday, January 27, President Trump signed an executive order that excluded travel from seven countries.
A group of gunman entered a mosque in Quebec and open fired killing six.
Governor Greg Abbot announced the funds would be given to the police department so they could outfit officers with new helmets, bullet proof vests.
A draft order outlining many things including the revival of torture was published Wednesday.
Philadelphia is stepping up security as President Trump arrives for the GOP Retreat.
A hacker just wants President Trump to change his security settings on Twitter.
Security for the Inauguration is tight as protests swarm and a new president is sworn in.
President-Elect chooses Rudy Giuliani to hold private industry meetings on cybersecurity.
A gunman opened fire, shooting at least 12 people and killing five of them.
Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and Microsoft are collaborating to crackdown on terrorist content on their platforms.
NYPD is boosting security at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade after a threat by ISIS.
Tiffany & Co. sits on the same street as Trump Tower.
High school students around the country are walking out of class in protest of President-elect Donald Trump.
Visitors at of the nation’s most visited and sacred landmarks will begin to see new security measures soon.
Officers responded to a call of shots fired in a residential area across from a popular polling place.
A study shows the adoption of facial recognition technology in police departments nation-wide is unregulated, violating citizens’ privacy and could be leading to unlawful arrests.
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.
Leveraging innovative solutions to accomplish these goals, the sheriff ’s office replaced its key-based system with a more advanced access control solution more than 20 years ago.
It is well known airships had a more limited role in the late 20th century, following the Hindenburg tragedy that coincided with tremendous innovation in fixed-wing and passenger aviation.
A computer-security firm has raised concerns over the campaign apps of presidential candidates Ted Cruz and John Kasich.
Belgian Transit Minister, Jacqueline Galant, resigned after it was leaked that she ignored found security lapses in the Brussels airport.
Microsoft filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Justice taking a stand against the way federal agents routinely search its customers’ personal information in secret.
After the FBI was successfully able to use a third party source to extract the data from the San Bernardino attack’s phone, they are now offering to help in other cases.
A shooting occurred in the Capitol Visitor Center March 28.
Apple was thought to have caught its first break in a long fight with the FBI that includes the iPhone of one of the San Bernardino attackers.
"We need to use every tool at our disposal to ensure that every New Yorker is safe. By partnering with residents from these 40 developments on this rigorously evaluated study, the city will be able to understand precisely how different lighting strategies can reduce crime and create safer public spaces," Mayor Bill de Blasio said.
Security is on the rise as Presidential candidate, Donald Trump, is bringing his campaign to Chicago March 11.
The company asked the government to create a panel to help resolve a standoff over national security.
In just a few short weeks, gunfire has claimed the lives of 6 police officers in 2016.