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Connections between terrorists abound

National Security correspondent J.J. Green reports.

Tags: management , national security , Homeland Security , terrorism

Tuesday - 02/02/2010, 05:56pm EST

Analysis: Where did the intelligence communication break down?

National Security Correspondent J.J. Green brings us an update.

Tags: management , Homeland Security , terror plot , Terrorist watch list , Al Qaeda

Thursday - 01/07/2010, 05:38pm EST

Analysis: Failure of FAA system causes widespread cancellations, delays

National Security Correspondent J.J. Green brings us insight.

Tags: Technology , FAA , Cybersecurity , Cybersecurity Update

Thursday - 11/19/2009, 05:29pm EST

World enters new era of 'cyber-war'

National Security Correspondent J.J. Green has more during today's cybersecurity update.

Tags: Technology , management , Cybersecurity Update , GAO , cyber-war

Tuesday - 11/17/2009, 01:52pm EST

Iraq Comes to Washington

There are some Iraqi Police and Military officials in town. They are here for training with the FBI and U.S. agencies and military officials. U.S. Army sources say the FBI training is designed to teach Iraqi police forensics skills, evidentiary proceedings and better police skills. Iraqi military officials are also here for training and will be meeting with U.S. military officials and other unnamed U.S. agencies. Iraq is preparing for the departing of U.S troops in 2011 and need to improve police and military capabilities.

Tags: Pentagon and Beyond , Pentagon , FBI , Army , Iraq

Thursday - 03/25/2010, 06:41pm EDT

Pakistani Military Requests Expedited

During a week of intense talks here in Washington about security and cooperation in Pakistan, officials from that country have come away with at least one positive thing. The U.S. has agreed to expedite request for military equipment. Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said in his own words they agreed to fast-track the requests, that have been pending for months and years, on the transfer of military equipment to Pakistan. Experts say the recent success at capturing a killing key Taliban and Al Qaida operatives help.

Tags: Pentagon and Beyond , Pentagon , Pakistan , Taliban , Al Qaida

Thursday - 03/25/2010, 10:59am EDT

Cocaine Shipment Seized

International cocaine trafficking is still big business in Colombia and Mexico despite the best efforts of those governments to stop them. More than two and a half tons of cocaine were intercepted in he Spanish cities of Madrid, Barcelona and Valencia. Authorities say the traffickers used freight containers. And the companies where the shipments arrived had no idea drugs were being shipped through their ports. The drugs were reportedly hidden among separate cargos soft drinks and electric generators.

Tags: Pentagon and Beyond , Pentagon ,

Wednesday - 03/31/2010, 07:24pm EDT
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