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  • New security after Russian plane crash

    The Department of Homeland Security is recommending new security enhancements after the Russian plane crash, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau.

  • If House Speaker Paul Ryan really wants to help Americans get ahead, here's what should be first on his to-do list, says Judy Conti.

  • Christie: ISIS attacking us and we're talking about fantasy football!?

    Should daily fantasy sports be considered gambling? Former Gov. Jeb Bush of Florida says this is effectively day trading without regulation. Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey responds.

  • Dave DeWalt, chairman and CEO of FireEye.

    FireEye says the accuracy of a statement by its CEO about legal indemnifcation depends on what the meaning of "basically" is.

  • TSA is 'security theater': Pro

    Discussing screening procedures by the TSA, with Anthony Roman, Roman & Associates, and Seth Kaplan, Airline Weekly.

  • Senate takes TSA to task

    Discussing the safety of America's airports, with CNBC's Eamon Javers and Robert Crandall, former American Airlines chairman and CEO.

  • The Theodore Roosevelt Federal Building that houses the Office of Personnel Management headquarters is shown June 5, 2015 in Washington, DC.

    The breach announced on Thursday raises questions about the government's ability to protect itself from attacks, NBC reports.

  • TSA major security lapses

    Insight to new fears about the security of America's airports, with CNBC's Eamon Javers; "The Profit" host Marcus Lemonis; and Seth Kaplan, managing partner of Airline Weekly.

  • TSA security failures

    TSA chief reassigned after screeners catch just 5-percent of weapons in undercover test by Homeland Security.

  • TSA chief out after agents fail airport breach test

    Undercover investigators were able to smuggle weapons, fake explosives and other contraband through numerous checkpoints, reports NBC's Tom Costello.

  • Ex-NSA general counsel: Sunset of Patriot Act will be bad

    Stewart Baker, partner at Steptoe & Johnson and former General Counsel at the National Security Agency, says the expiry of surveillance programs will hamper the investigation of potential spies.

  • The case against US surveillance programs

    Neema Singh Guliani, legislative counsel with the American Civil Liberties Union, says the controversial section 215 of the Patriot Act has not been effective in protecting Americans against terrorist attacks.

  • I'm trying to make aviation safer: Hacker

    Chris Roberts, CTO & founder of One World Labs, discusses his ban from all future United flights due to a tweet he sent out that pointed out flaws in avionics security systems.

  • Gyrocopter flies through restricted area: How?

    A one-man helicopter made it through a restricted airspace and landed near the U.S. Capitol. Discussing security, with MSNBC's Luke Russert and Robert Liscouski, former DHS official.

  • 'Dirty dozen' tax scams

    A call from an IRS agent asking for information and demanding money may be a scam. CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on a warning from the IRS.

  • copper pennies

    The TSA collected $76,000 in loose change left at security checkpoints in New York City area's three major airports last year.

  • Counterfeit money seized at JFK airport

    The counterfeit money was concealed in place mats and a shoe bag from Ecuador, U.S. Customs says.

  • President Barack Obama speaks at the Summit on Cybersecurity and Consumer Protection at Stanford University in Palo Alto, Calif., Feb. 13, 2015.

    D.C. insiders say foot-dragging by some Silicon Valley firms is making it harder to protect American companies from cyberattacks in real time.

  • Homeland funding bill passes in House

    The House of Representatives has passed funding for the Department of Homeland Security through the end of the year, reports CNBC's John Harwood.

  • House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) (C) returns to his office after a visit to the House floor for procedural votes for legislation to fund the Department of Homeland Security, at the Capitol in Washington, March 3, 2015.

    The House passed a spending bill to fund the Department of Homeland Security through September 30, without immigration restrictions.