Category: Homeland Security News

EspionageEspionage Attempts Like the SolarWinds Hack Are Inevitable, So It’s Safer to Focus on Defense – Not Retaliation By William Akoto Published 1 February 2021 Since taking office, President Joe Biden has ordered a thorough intelligence review of Russian aggression around the world, which includes hacking, election interference, poisoning political opponents and posting bounties for

ARGUMENT: Wrong focus How Trump’s Focus on Antifa Distracted Attention from the Far-Right Threat Published 1 February 2021 In Response to Donald Trump’s election-related insistence that the radical left endangered the country, federal law enforcement shifted resources last year from what all experts agreed was a much mor ominous threat: the growing far-right extremism around

Published 1 February 2021 ·  Facebook Knew Calls for Violence Plagued “Groups,” Now Plans Overhaul ·  The Scariest Thing about Marjorie Taylor Greene? She’s Not Alone. ·  How Wildfires Became Ripe Areas for Right-Wing Conspiracy Theories ·  U.S. Airstrike Kills Top ISIS Leader in Iraq ·  Pipe Bombs Believed to Have Been Placed Night Before Attack on U.S. Capitol · 

Biological readinessPandemic Shows Need for Biological Readiness By Andy Weber Published 29 January 2021 President Joe Biden’s inauguration comes during the worst stage of the deadliest biological event of our lifetimes. As bad as this pandemic is, imagine if instead it were caused by the deliberate release of a sophisticated biological weapon. About 2 percent