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For the third consecutive year, a classified Pentagon assessment has concluded there's a significant risk that the U.S. military could not respond quickly and fully to any new crisis.
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A team of Pentagon auditors will travel to Afghanistan next month to determine whether the U.S. is doing enough to train and equip local security forces.
A little more than a month ago, officials at the National Archives admitted to the loss of a hard drive containing the personal information of millions of military veterans. Before that, there was the loss of a hard drive containing messages from the Clinton White House. The handling of these data devices was the focus of Thursday's hearing of the House Information Policy, Census, and National Archives Subcommittee.
The ID card hanging around your neck isn't living up to its potential. The Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12 (HSPD-12) cards allow secure entry into federal facilities.
TSA can learn from other countries using technology to prevent security breaches.
Tom Talleur, a former head of NASA's cyber crimes unit, tells us intergancy cooperation made the difference in the hunt for Osama bin Laden.
Wendell Shingler of the Adfero Group discusses improving the FPS's ability to protect 9,000 federal buildings.
Retired General Howie Chandler, the former Air Force Vice Chief of Staff, talks with Federal News Radio about Libya, the so-called Arab Spring, and the outcome of the Tanker Refueling contract.
John Pistole, the head of the Transportation Security Administration, is hit with questions about new pat-down techniques that air passengers have complained are invasive. The Hill's Bob Cusack tells us about yesterday's hearing.
CNN's Brian Todd explains how three people saved lives in the Tucson shooting.