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San Diego Sheriff’s Department fights to keep drone facts a secret
America’s expansion of domestic drones is becoming an issue of public discussion, but some don’t want it to be that way. The San Diego Sheriff's Department is now under fire for not being forthcoming with the facts about its own plans for UAVs.

19.11.2012 22:23

TSA arrested artist for wearing 'weird' watch
TSA arrested a Southern California man for wearing an unusual watch, calling a bomb squad to inspect the gadget while the man was taken into custody.

19.11.2012 21:09

Fighting the ally? Karzai orders Afghan forces to capture US detention facility
Afghan President Hamid Karzai has criticized the U.S. military for violating an agreement and illegally continuing to hold Afghans as prisoners against the orders of the Afghan government and courts.

19.11.2012 17:28

California gets face scanners to spy on everyone at once
In a single second, law enforcement agents can match a suspect against millions upon millions of profiles in vast detailed databases stored on the cloud. It’s all done using facial recognition, and in Southern California it’s already occurring.

19.11.2012 03:44

Two killed, more than a dozen injured after train ambush in southern Thailand
Just hours before US President Obama’s visit, a bomb was detonated by suspected insurgents causing a train to derail, killing two railway guards and injuring 15 others in southern Thailand.

18.11.2012 06:27

Anonymous hack hundreds of Israeli websites, delete Foreign Ministry database in support of Gaza
Hacker group Anonymous has launched a massive attack named #OpIsrael on almost 700 Israeli websites, protesting against Operation Pillar of Defense in Gaza. Israeli media confirmed the group’s move.

17.11.2012 11:06

Scan scam? Full-body scan-maker denies faking test amid TSA probe
A US legislator says Rapiscan, the maker of controversial body-scanners used at American airports, may have falsified its software test results. The company denies the allegations, saying it’s cooperating with the TSA probe into the matter.

17.11.2012 07:40

Heavy shelling along Gaza border as Israel prepares for ground operation (VIDEO, PHOTOS)
The Israeli Defense Force is preparing for a ground operation in Gaza, as Operation Pillar of Defense continues for a fourth day. Some 75,000 army reservists have been called up to prepare the offensive.

17.11.2012 05:38

SWAT team fires semi-automatic weapons at unarmed teenage girl
Members of a SWAT team opened fire on an unarmed teenage girl this week when police officers outside of Washington, DC attempted to serve an early morning search warrant.

16.11.2012 20:20

FEMA sold off emergency shelters as the East Coast braced for Sandy
The Federal Emergency Management Agency was praised by President Obama for its handling of Superstorm Sandy, but not all East Coast residents ravaged by Mother Nature last month would agree.

15.11.2012 20:05

American Airlines employee suspended after DHS put him on no-flight list with no apparent reason
After ending up on the US government’s no-fly list under suspicion of terrorism, an American Airlines employee had to stop going to work after being with the airline for 13 years. The no-fly list sent the now-unemployed man spiraling into debt.

14.11.2012 18:58

First Twitter war declaration? Israel announces Gaza operation on social media site
The days of declaring way with a lengthy proclamation signed by a prime minister or president are in the past. Israel announced on Tuesday that it was launching a strike on the Gaza Strip with a single tweet.

14.11.2012 18:13

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