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Security Tight Ahead of Obama's Final State of the Union
ABC News' Serena Marshall reports from Washington, D.C.
Capitol Hill Security Tightens Ahead of State of the Union Address
The U.S. Capitol is one of the most heavily protected sites in Washington, DC , guarded by its own police force, the Capitol Police, around the clock. On State of the Union night, security gets even tighter. Typically, Capitol Police control the flow of traffic on and off Capitol Hill with police
French Train Attack a Reminder of US Railroad Vulnerability
Days after three Americans subdued an AK-47-wielding gunman on a Paris-bound commuter train, Amtrak, one of America’s largest passenger rail companies, is reassuring travelers in the states that the carrier is taking security seriously. “Amtrak has implemented a number of security initiatives to
Al Qaeda Airplane Bomb Recipe Spooks Security Experts
Now, to the urgent and new warning from the felts tonight, calling for increased security at U.S. Airports. There is new concern about so-called hidden bombs, after Al Qaeda posted explicit instructions, even suggesting where to sit on the plane for maximum destruction. ABC's chief investigative
Security Heightened at Airports as France Hunts Alleged Terror Accomplices
We'll turn to that urgent new warning at our station's airports. Concern Al Qaeda in Yemen, one group tied to the terror attack in Paris has a new plot to take down planes in the U.S. And this morning, in Paris, a commemoration for the officers killed in that attack. And a new arrest announced
Security Breach: Woman Boards Plane Without Ticket
new concern about security at airports. You'll remember this image, a young boy wobbly as he exits the wheel well of a plane after stowing away, somehow surviving the five-hour flight at 38,000 feet. He got onto that plane in San Jose, California. Tonight word that at that same airport, a new
Airports Bump Up Security Procedures
The potential for explosives passing through airport security has forced U.K. airports to increase security procedures.
Technology Helps Online Shoppers Get a Better Fit
ABC News’ Becky Worley reports: Online shopping has one huge problem: you can’t try on clothing and shoes over the Internet. The return rate for clothing purchased on the web is estimated to be anywhere from 25 percent to 40 percent. And with the rise...
Excerpt: Julia Angwin's 'Dragnet Nation'
Excerpted from DRAGNET NATION: A Quest for Privacy, Security, and Freedom in a World of Relentless Surveillance by Julia Angwin, published February 25, 2014 by Times Books, an imprint of Henry Holt and Company, LLC. Copyright © 2014 by Julia Angwin. All rights reserved. 1...
Clinton WH Memo on Handling Terrorism: 'Send a Muslim!'
An unsigned, undated, handwritten memo among recently released Bill Clinton administration documents advises that the best way to handle issues of terrorism and religion is to dispatch a prominent Muslim to help the administration address any criticism that may arise. Clinton Muslim Memo “Send a...