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  • Refugee crisis is challenge for all of Europe: Macron

    France’s economy minister, Emmanuel Macron discusses the job market in parts of Europe in relation to the refugee crisis.

  • Jan 15- U.S. Department of Homeland Security investigations of cyber attacks on the nation's critical manufacturing sector nearly doubled in the year ended Sept. 30, according to the agency. The Department of Homeland Security's Industrial Control Systems Cybersecurity Emergency Response Team, or ICS-CERT, said in a report distributed this week that it...

  • Citing unnamed U.S. officials, the Post said the new unit, which would be based at the Department of Homeland Security but which would enlist other federal and local agencies, was expected to be announced later on Friday when senior White House officials meet with Silicon Valley executives.

  • Times Square ramps up security

    Tim Tompkins, Times Square Alliance president, discusses New York City's security plans for New Year's Eve.

  • Securing NYC on New Year's Eve: Bernard Kerik

    New York City is better prepared than any place in the world, says former NY Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik.

  • NYC's Times Square preps for New Year's Eve

    NBC's Ron Mott reports on what party-goers can expect during tonight's New Year celebration amid tight security measures.

  • Did LA schools overreact?

    Frances Townsend, former homeland security advisor to President George W. Bush and executive VP Mac-Andrews & Forbes, discusses Los Angeles' decision to close schools after a threat they deemed "credible."

  • President Obama: Homeland security updating systems

    President Obama provides an update on the strategy against ISIS, and thanks the U.S. troops.

  • What America can learn from Israel's security measures: Jerusalem mayor

    Terror will not deter us, says Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat, talking about Israel's defense tactics for fighting terrorism.

  • Politics in focus: Gun control

    William Daley, Argentiere Capital, weighs in on the nation's gun control debate and protecting soft targets.

  • How ISIS spreads radicalization in the US

    Seamus Hughes, George Washington University, discusses how extremist groups attract American recruits.

  • Fmr. UK PM Tony Blair: Long-term comprehensive strategy

    Former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair, discusses strategies to dealing with extremism around the world.

  • NYT's Thomas Friedman's: What I worry about

    "The boundaries have all been pierced, and it leaves me speechless," says New York Times Columnist Thomas Friedman, in describing when he first learned of suicide bombers, and the new phase of terrorism playing out.

  • A world where the grid goes down

    Southern Company President, Chairman and CEO Thomas Fanning, weighs in on whether a situation where the power grid goes down is realistic in the U.S.

  • Time for US to step up surveillance?

    We have blind spots out there, says Robert Liscouski, Homeland Security expert, sharing his thoughts on ways the government can increase security in the U.S.

  • Terrorist surveillance a numbers game

    There are 700,000 people on the U.S. terror watch list, reports CNBC's Eamon Javers, with a look at the difficulty in tracking terrorist activity.

  • Rep. Himes: Keeping America safe

    Rep. Jim Himes, (D-Conn.), discusses government safety measures and protecting citizens against terrorist attack.

  • What to do if a shooter comes into your office

    Tips for protecting yourself if a shooter comes into your office, and the right time to engage, with Awareness Protective Consultants Lead Trainer John Zamrok

  • New phase of terrorism?

    Don't be afraid- that should not be our response, says Michael Balboni, former Director of Homeland Security for New York State, discussing Wednesday's deadly shooting in California, and what Americans can do to manage security risk.

  • Is Brussels still in  lockdown?

    CNBC's Julia Chatterley reports from Belgium where the hunt for militants connected to the Paris terror attacks continues.