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Department of Defense employees working in the Intelligence community will likely avoid furloughs, an Intelligence official tells WTOP.
As federal law enforcement authorities question the parents of Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and detain some of their friends, new information is emerging about a tactic terrorists allegedly are using to slip into the U.S.
On March 5, a drone came within 200 feet of a Boeing 777, leading to a momentary scramble to determine the origin and coordinates of the drone.
You usually can't hear them or see them. But they're watching. And they're everywhere.
Officials at the National Counterterrorism Center in D.C. are working around the clock, piecing together information to fend off future terrorism attacks.
Coming on the heels of often animated Congressional hearings with Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, over what happened in Benghazi on Sept. 11, 2012, the British Foreign Office has issued an urgent call for its citizens to evacuate.
A behind-the-scenes look at what inaugural security is like from the water.
In the run-up to President Barack Obama's second Inauguration Day, the president's security team worries most about the hands of people in the crowd and those typing hostile commands on computer keyboards and devices far from the National Mall.
A cyber attack has left al-Qaida in the dark, hurting its recruitment and propaganda efforts in the wake of a State Department designation that is curtailing its fundraising work.
Every country has a finance ministry, but only the U.S. has one with a unit dedicated to combating illicit finance linked to terrorists and rogue nation-states developing or threatening to use weapons of mass destruction. Its goal is to choke off their money supply until their exploits shrivel up and cease. Iran is the unit's main focus at this time.