Almost everything we think we know about homeland security is outdated. Terrorist tactics are changing. Our doctrine of homeland security needs to change too ....
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The candidates’ response to the Orlando attack says something deep, not just about Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, but about the electorate itself.
Even though Republicans and Democrats have overwhelmingly labeled the Orlando mass-murder a terrorist attack, it’s unlikely that either side will introduce an AUMF. Both sides talk about Orlando in national security terms without being willing to step up to the constitutional plate.
If investigators had wanted to obtain authorization to conduct electronic surveillance or physical search of Omar Mateen, could they have?
Understanding the basic elements of an FBI investigation into a suspected terrorist, and what agents can and cannot do.
An overview of legislative proposals on gun control which the Senate will vote on today, in the wake of the Orlando shootings.
The Orlando Shootings in Perspective: How the Recent Attacks Fit within the History of Anti-LGBT Violence
Marc Meyer assesses the history of violence against America's LGBT community and the ways in which the recent attack in Orlando fits within this history.
The 2009 attack in Fort Hood suggests which questions we should be asking in Orlando.