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When a possible Hall of Famer tweets about Nazis and ends up in the doghouse with ESPN, he should take heart: Sarah Palin has his back.

In a tweet deleted earlier this week, Boston Red Sox World Series hero Curt Schilling compared Muslims to Adolf Hitler.

“The math is staggering when you get to the true #s,” including a photo of Hitler with the text: “It’s said only 5-10% of Muslims are extremists.

By Brett Daniel Shehadey
Special Correspondent for In Homeland Security

America is moving too fast in the technical space. It is at least moving faster than it is ready for. Whether it is governments, bureaucracies like the IRS or companies pushing the latest digital trends into the Internet of things, the result is often the same—a lack or lapse of security consciousness.

SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Five immigrant mothers held in facilities with their children are seeking millions of dollars in damages from the U.S. government for what they contend is psychological and physical harm as a result of being detained, according to court papers filed Monday.

Andrew Free, a Nashville immigration lawyer representing the women, filed tort claims against the Department of Homeland Security, alleging the detained women and their children received inadequate medical care, suffered psychological trauma and in some cases were wrongfully imprisoned.

By John Ubaldi
Contributor, In Homeland Security

After last week’s address at American University, President Obama is now facing opposition from his own party as New York Democratic Senator Charles Schumer came out against the nuclear agreement with Iran.

Other Democrats have joined Schumer in his opposition to this agreement, including the ranking House Democrat on the foreign affairs committee, Rep.

Vlog with Aneesah Akbar-Uqdah
Public Health Analyst at the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

As a society we need to continue investing in enhancing our health care practices and research. Currently, there are a few key areas in public health intelligence that are supporting global public health emergency response efforts. In this video public health analyst, Aneesah Akbar-Uqdah, elaborates on the importance for governments to invest in prevention, detection, and response to combating threats to global health security and how public health professionals can to take action to improve capacity in these areas as part of their commitment to protecting health.