French authorities say the ringleader of the Paris attacks was killed in a raid outside Paris on Wednesday. So how did he return to Europe undetected after joining the Islamic State in Syria? Lorenzo Vidino of George Washington University and…
By PBS NewsHour
Would greater government access to messages sent through secure communication technology help intelligence agencies fight terrorism? Judy Woodruff gets views from Stewart Baker, former assistant secretary of Homeland Security, and Kate Martin of the Center for American Progress.
By Daniel Costa-Roberts
As French President François Hollande tightened security across France, promising "merciless" retribution for the series of coordinated terror in Paris Friday night, world leaders reacted with expressions of solidarity as well as increased vigilance in their own countries.
By Ken Dilanian and Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar, Associated Press
China-based hackers are suspected once again of breaking into U.S. government computer networks, and the entire federal workforce could be at risk this time.
By Lolita C. Baldor, Associated Press
China's rapidly expanding campaign to construct artificial islands, potentially for military use or airstrips, now totals about 2,000 acres and could far outstrip that amount as the year goes on, a senior defense official said Friday.
By Colleen Shalby
TSA's Instagram feed is filled with photos of apprehended items you'll be happy made the no-fly list.
By Eileen Sullivan, Associated Press
Police say the Waze feature presents a threat to police safety, and that it interferes with the ability to write speeding tickets.
By David Dishneau, Associated Press
Limits removing female guards from working with certain detainees could limit their advancement and leave male guards more vulnerable.
By Ruth Tam
A 'smart' keyboard could trigger a wireless alarm if anyone but the programmed user even taps on it.
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