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Reporter went out with USCG after 9/11 training simulation caused controversy.
New GAO report examines what is being done, what works and what doesn't.
OMB says those who missed it must have corrective plans
Interagency team to take 60 days to look at four areas
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano says the U.S. government has not done everything it can to educate and engage the public in preventing terrorism. Napolitano spoke Wednesday at the Council on Foreign Relations in New York before heading to ground zero. She said the public has been treated as a "liability to be protected," instead of an asset in maintaining the nation's security. Americans, she says, have a role along with local law enforcement, the federal government and the international community.
CSIS's Rick Nelson discusses the ramifications of Northwest 253 for Homeland Security.
J. Bennet Waters of the Chertoff Group on ways the TSA can prevent a repeat of Christmas Day's failed attempt aborad Northwest 253.
There are a lot of challenges when it comes to getting everyone on the same page, and the GAO has some suggestions for change.
Your employees may be prepared to steal sensitive data, even when it's illegal.
Peter Kant of Rapiscan Systems says his company's see-through technology could prevent the next terrorist armed with explosives from boarding an airplane.