Category: Homeland Security News

PandemicInsights into COVID Vaccine Hesitancy Published 5 October 2021 Two recent studies looked at COVID-19 vaccine acceptance in minority groups and opinions around less-preferred vaccines, provide clues for how officials might better encourage immunization. Two JAMA Network Open studies last Thursday that looked at COVID-19 vaccine acceptance in minority groups and opinions around less-preferred vaccines provide clues for

Infrastructure Protection“Risk Triage” Platform Pinpoints Compounding Threats to U.S. Infrastructure By Mark Dwortzan Published 5 October 2021 As climate change amplifies the frequency and intensity of extreme events in the United States and around the world, and the populations and economies they threaten grow and change, there is a critical need to make infrastructure more

Our PicksLargest Autocracy on Earth | Next Decade Could Be Even Worse | “Havana Syndrome” Is Real, and more Published 5 October 2021 ·  Commercial Spent Nuclear Fuel: Congressional Action Needed to Break Impasse and Develop a Permanent Disposal Solution ·  The Next Decade Could Be Even Worse ·  Federal Trial Begins for Ex-DePaul Student Accused of