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Tuesday Afternoon Federal Newscast

A taskforce on government secrecy has recommended creating a new system for categorizing info; Cash for Caulkers moves forward; and the Chesapeake Bay gets a federal funding boost.


Tuesday - 12/15/2009, 02:00pm EST

The role of social media in terrorist recruitment

Homeland Security Today Editor David Silverberg examines the issue.

Tags: social media , Web 2.0 , Homeland Security Today , David Silverberg , Scott Carr

Monday - 12/14/2009, 04:15pm EST

Update: National Security correspondent J.J. Green in Afghanistan

National Security Correspondent J.J. Green is embedded with an Air Force Intelligence Unit in Afghanistan.

Tags: Afghanistan , J.J. Green , national security , homeland security

Thursday - 12/10/2009, 05:16pm EST

Friday Fun Day!

Hear from our friends at Recreation News.

Tags: Friday Fun Day , Recreation News , Karl Teel

Friday - 12/04/2009, 05:01pm EST

Thursday Afternoon Federal Newscast

We examine the top stories as heard on Federal News Radio.


Thursday - 12/03/2009, 02:00pm EST

State of the Station

Programming Director Lisa Wolfe takes you inside WFED.

Tags: State of the Station , Lisa Wolfe

Thursday - 12/03/2009, 04:45pm EST

Skeptics on Capitol Hill told 30,000 more troops can win war

President Obama's chief military and diplomatic advisers testify on Capitol Hill; some feds at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing are steaming mad about printers; and black-tailed prairie dogs stay off the endangered list.


Wednesday - 12/02/2009, 02:00pm EST

Analysis: President plans to increase troop levels in Afghanistan

National Security Correspondent J.J. Green has details.

Tags: national security , Afghanistan , J.J. Green

Tuesday - 12/01/2009, 06:38pm EST

Tuesday Afternoon Federal Newscast

The President is sending more troops to Afghanistan; more feds than ever have secure ID cards; and our own Amy Morris is tending bar tonight.


Tuesday - 12/01/2009, 02:00pm EST

Security concerns raised after 'party crashers' enter White House

We get analysis from HSToday Editor David Silverberg.

Tags: HSToday , David Silverberg

Monday - 11/30/2009, 04:56pm EST
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