Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano told NewsHour senior correspondent Ray Suarez on Friday that cyber attacks on the United States are on the rise, and internationally, three countries are the biggest sources: Iran, Russia and China.
Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano Discusses Immigration Agenda…
After seven North Carolina men were arrested on accusations of planning a terrorist attack, law enforcement officials said they were concerned about other possible homegrown terrorists. Ray Suarez speaks with a terrorism expert and a civil rights advocate.
Kwame Holman reports on the National Holocaust Museum's reopening following Wednesday's fatal shooting of a security guard by white supremacist James W. von Brunn and provides an update on what authorities have learned about the shooter.
German officials on Wednesday arrested three men accused of plotting to bomb American facilities in Germany. A reporter in Berlin provides further details on the incident.
The Bush administration announced new measures to crack down on immigration laws in the workplace. An immigration liberalization opponent and a business trade association representative debate the move.
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The Department of Homeland Security unveiled a plan Thursday aimed at coordinating federal, state and local government responses to emergencies, including terrorist attacks.
Secretary of Homeland Security Tom Ridge announced Tuesday that his department would provide an additional 5,000 armed federal air marshals to protect commercial airliners. Jim Lehrer speaks with Secretary Ridge about his announcement and about the state of national security…
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