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  • Big data's role against terrorism

    Holman Jenkins, Wall Street Journal, talks about using big data to combat terrorism and weighs in on gun control.

  • US strikes hurting ISIL in the millions: Obama

    President Obama addresses the impact of U.S. strikes on ISIL's revenue.

  • ISIL losing key leaders: Pres. Obama

    President Obama addresses the current and past efforts to destroy ISIL.

  • Obama: Orlando shooter pledged allegiance to ISIL

    President Obama says there is currently no information that indicates the Orlando massacre was led by a foreign terrorist group.

  • Pres. Obama: LGBT Americans are not alone

    President Obama speaks about the deadly Orlando shooting.

  • The Department of Homeland Security agents are probing whether privately held Global Plywood& Lumber Inc violated U.S. and Peruvian law by importing wood that officials say was taken from the Amazon without proper permits, according to the warrant filed in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California in San Diego on Monday and executed on...

  • June 7- A U.S. government watchdog is satisfied with new steps that the Transportation Security Administration is taking to improve screening at airports after major lapses last year, according to testimony on Tuesday before a U.S. Senate committee. "As a result of our audit reports... TSA is now, for the first time in memory, critically assessing its deficiencies in...

  • A shortage of staff and a surge in air travelers have created a nightmare scenario for the U.S. Transportation Security Administration, with airport wait times in places like Chicago having stretched beyond two hours. Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson, who oversees the TSA, said he asked Congress on Thursday for another $28 million to...

  • A shortage of staff and a surge in air travelers have created a nightmare scenario for the U.S. Transportation Security Administration, with airport wait times in places like Chicago having stretched beyond two hours. American, the world's biggest airline, wants TSA to create a senior internal role focused on traveler concerns, Philipovitch told a...

  • A shortage of staff and a surge in air travelers have created a nightmare scenario for the U.S. Transportation Security Administration, with airport wait times in places like Chicago stretching beyond two hours. While TSA is taking steps to shorten lines such as hiring more full-time officers, it lacks the staffing to handle peak travel times this summer,...

  • Allies team up to battle cybercrime

    We have to change the paradigm of the way we look at the threat, says Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance discussing the need to work with other countries in an effort to thwart cyberattacks. Prevention is better than prosecution, says Vance.

  • May 25- The U.S. Transportation Security Administration is taking several steps to shorten airport lines including moving officers to different posts, but still lacks the staffing to handle peak travel times, Administrator Peter Neffenger said in a Congressional hearing Wednesday. Neffenger said TSA was still evaluating whether to ask Congress to let it...

  • May 25- The U.S. Transportation Security Administration is taking steps ranging from automation to moving officers to different posts to shorten airport lines, but still lacks the staffing to handle peak travel times, Administrator Peter Neffenger said in a Congressional hearing Wednesday. Screening has slowed since the TSA canceled a program last year...

  • TRANSPORTATION SECURITY ADMINISTRATION HEAD SAYS IT IS IMPORTANT TO MOVE PART-TIME STAFF INTO FULL-TIME WORK TO MANAGE LONG AIRPORT LINES.

  • The group called on the U.S. Transportation Security Administration to quickly hire and train new staff to cut waiting times at airports. Separately, American Airlines Group Inc plans to spend $4 million on top of the $17 million it allocates annually to staff it contracts to help TSA officers stock bins at checkpoints and manage queues, Chief Operating...

  • About 231 million passengers will fly on U.S. airlines from June through August, up 4 percent from the same period last year, the Washington- based group said in a news release. The group called on the U.S. Transportation Security Administration to quickly hire and train new staff to cut waiting times at airports. Jeh Johnson, secretary of the U.S. Department of...

  • TSA faces sharp criticism

    Gordon Bethune, CNBC Contributor and Former Continental Airlines Chairman & CEO, Seth Kaplan, Airline Weekly Managing Partner, discuss the growing issue of long security lines at TSA checkpoints in U.S. airports and what could be done to alleviate the problem.

  • NYPD's Bratton: Not 'sneaking' into devices

    NYPD Commissioner William Bratton weighs in on the polarizing debate over encryption and the battle between privacy versus security.

  • The U.S. Transportation Security Administration will add officers at airports expected to have the highest passenger volumes, said Jeh Johnson, secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, in a statement on Wednesday. He added that he has asked Congress to approve additional funds to pay for officers' overtime and to meet "critical short-term needs."