Which cities are at risk now? “All of them are, up and down the U.S. coast,” lead investigator tells HSToday.
In Syria, Iraq, “we can expect ISIS to go to ground and wait for more favorable circumstances,” predicts Crocker.
“Overall, a big chunk of it appears to be shocking crimes,” Owenson says after in-depth study of content on anonymous browser.
“This is an inherently dynamic space — the players, the technologies, what works, what doesn’t work changes over time,” explains Eric Jardine a visiting professor of political science at Virginia Tech.
Browser project has been criticized for shielding drug dealers, child pornographers, and other nefarious individuals.
DHS secretary tells House Homeland Security Committee that immigration loopholes are like telling burglars they can stay in the house.
“Unfortunately, the cartels understand the weakness of our immigration laws all too well,” says House Homeland Security chairman.
Bar Association calls DOJ control “a fatal flaw to the reality – and perception – of independence.”
Russia and China assertiveness in the Arctic and offshore interdiction need adequate budget, commandant says.
“Many in academia have been unwilling to take any defensive measures,” charges House chairman.