For “soft targets” like schools, preventing a massacre similar to the one in Parkland, Florida, ” is a Sisyphean task,” said one security expert.
An intelligence expert discusses how de-emphasizing the national security focus on terrorism will impact the fight against it here in the U.S.
Allegations of improper behavior by the FBI are taking a toll, and the president of the FBI Agents Association wants Americans to know that bureau agents are “people of strong integrity.”
Dr. Tara Maller, spokesperson and senior policy advisor at the Counter Extremism Project, said counterterrorism must remain a key focus.
The Pentagon’s Nuclear Posture Review confirms the existence of a Russian armament known as “Kanyon” to the U.S. military: a 100 megaton thermonuclear drone-torpedo designed to be an unmistakable threat to the U.S.
The Department of Defense has launched a new effort to educate the public and address what the Pentagon calls “the growing civilian-military divide.”
Chief Pentagon spokeswoman Dana White explains to WTOP National Security Correspondent J.J. Green the Pentagon’s plan to deal with the Taliban after three attacks already this year.
There are signs North Korea is backtracking on its efforts to mend fences with the South. WTOP National Security Correspondent J.J. Green spoke about it with the ex-director of the National Counter Proliferation Center.
Despite a recent attack from Kurdish forces in Syria, Turkey must remain focused on beating ISIS, said a Pentagon spokeswoman.
While the technology that has eased communication has its upsides, it also has a seedy, dark side that is complicating efforts to fight human trafficking, according to the FBI.
Even though ISIS is on the run, the Pentagon says it continues to work “by, with and through” its partners in Syria for complete victory. Pentagon spokesman Eric Pahon explains to WTOP National Security Correspondent J.J. Green what that means.
The TSA issued an emergency amendment Monday requiring several Middle East-based air carriers to provide more detailed information about cargo aboard their planes.
The government shutdown won’t halt military operations all over the world, but it will have far-reaching impact on the military in other ways. Chief Pentagon spokesperson Dana White explains.
Congressional paralysis is “wasting copious amounts of precious taxpayer dollars,” Defense Secretary James Mattis said Friday as he laid out the Pentagon’s new National Defense Strategy.
ISIS appears to be struggling to survive as a terror organization. So what now? On this week’s episode of The Hunt, Mark Kelton, a retired CIA officer who worked with Pakistan in the hunt for Osama Bin Laden, shares some of his ideas with WTOP National Security Correspondent J.J. Green.