A timeline of events for the horrific murders of two TV journalists in Virginia that played out on live TV. Reporter Alison Parker and photographer Adam Ward were shot and killed during a remote live broadcast for their TV station.
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No one can condone the violent actions and civil unrest happening in Baltimore, which has forced the city to activate the National Guard.
By Rick Whitman
Special Contributor to In Homeland Security
Over the past decade, the number of security breaches seems extraordinary. Trade magazines and Congressional testimony reveal both the extent of cyber attacks and the growing concerns about both the quantity and the sensitivity of information losses. To date, these losses include personal information, business practices, trade secrets, and even government secrets.
A U.S. jury found Dzhokhar Tsarnaev guilty of the Boston Marathon bombing, and his own lawyer admitted it in court, but a relative said Thursday that she remains convinced that he and his now-dead elder brother had no reason to carry out such a terrorist attack.
For decades, we have heard a lot of talk from American officials, industry experts, and others about the supposed threat of a “cyber 9/11,” “cyber Pearl Harbor,” “cyber Katrina,” or even “cyber Sandy.” In short, we have been warned repeatedly that “cyber doom” is coming. Indeed, as recently as last fall, cyber doom was in the news as a result of the cyber attack on Sony.
Special Correspondent for In Homeland Security
A woman in Kabul, falsely suspected of burning the Quran, was recently beaten to death by a crowd, run over by a pickup truck and lynched, driven away, burned and then thrown over a bridge.