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National Security

Our system of national security is full of holes – on the border, at the airports and inside our computers, where the fight against cyberterrorism rages.
National Security

Nuclear bomb industry booming

Seventy years ago this week, the U.S. Army detonated the first atomic bomb in New Mexico. To mark this anniversary, we look at where America’s nuclear program is today and whether the U.S. is living up to its promises not to increase its nuclear capabilities.

Jul 14, 2015
Criminal Justice

Rerouted for sex

U.S. air marshals are our law enforcement in the air – and they’re expected to protect us on high-risk flights. But some employees of the Federal Air Marshal Service are suspected of rearranging flights in order to meet for sexual trysts.

Mar 14, 2015
Criminal Justice

House committee launches TSA investigation

The House’s top oversight committee officially launched its investigation into the TSA with bipartisan support, citing allegations that an employee manipulated air marshals’ flight schedules and could have accessed government databases inappropriately.

Mar 2, 2015
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