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DHS: Flights From Ebola Nations Must Arrive at 1 of 5 US Airports

By Glynn Cosker
Editor, In Homeland Security

The Department of Homeland Security announced Tuesday that all flights arriving from Ebola-stricken West African countries must arrive at one of five specific U.S. airports with adequate Ebola screening stations in place.

Starting Oct. 22, any flights arriving from the Ebola-ravaged region of Africa must stop at Newark, Washington Dulles, Atlanta, New York’s JFK or Chicago O’Hare.

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FBI and DHS warn of ISIS-Inspired ‘Lone Wolf’ Attacks in US

By Glynn Cosker
Editor, In Homeland Security

A Joint Intelligence bulletin issued by the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI warns that ISIS-inspired terrorists might attempt to kill U.S. police officers, government officials and “media figures,” in lone wolf operations.

NBC News reported Oct. 13 that—according to intelligence officials—a chilling recorded audio message from an ISIS spokesman was released in September.

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Is President Obama’s Strategy toward ISIS Working?

By John Ubaldi
Alumnus of American Military University

After two months of airstrikes in Iraq and Syria one has to assess, is President Barack Obama’s strategy for confronting ISIS working? Unfortunately, the debate regarding ISIS centers around whether or not America will place “boots on the ground” in order to destroy the Islamic militants. One unfortunate result is that it has led to contradictory statements by the Obama administration, which again continued over the weekend.

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