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Homeland Security News Wire 10/23/2020 07:46
10/23/20. Enable IntenseDebate Comments:. Enable IntenseDebate Comments. A reported spike in. U.S. military flights over the seas near China reflects Washington’s drive to understand and deter Chinese expansion in contested waters, analysts say. U.S. military surveillance planes flew off China’s coast 60 times in September, more than in July or August, according to Chinese state-backed research organization South China Sea Strategic Situation Probing Initiative’s website.
Homeland Security News Wire 10/23/2020 07:44
10/23/20. Election security. Enable IntenseDebate Comments:. 0. Russian state-sponsored hackers have targeted dozens of. U.S. state and local government networks in recent weeks and stolen data from at least two servers, the. U.S. government says. released on October 22, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (. FBI. ) and Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (. CISA. ) described a range of activity from Russian-backed hackers since at least September.
Homeland Security News Wire 10/23/2020 07:41
10/23/20. Truth decay. Enable IntenseDebate Comments:. Enable IntenseDebate Comments. We are living through a moment of crisis that will define who we are as a nation; yet we can’t even agree on what’s real and what’s rumor. Our political discourse too often amounts to opinions about opinions, shouted across a cable-television split screen. Asked to describe their feelings toward the federal government, a majority of Americans say either “frustrated” or “angry.”
Homeland Security News Wire 10/23/2020 07:40
10/23/20. Immigration. Enable IntenseDebate Comments:. Enable IntenseDebate Comments. White Americans support strict immigration policies while at the same time favor the. DREAM. Act that would grant legal status to some immigrants who were brought to the United States as children, a contradiction linked to racial resentment and the belief that equality already exists, according to a Rutgers-led study.
Homeland Security News Wire 10/23/2020 07:38
10/23/20. Infrastructure. Enable IntenseDebate Comments:. Enable IntenseDebate Comments. According to the European Union, it costs around €20 billion to repair and maintain transport infrastructure as a direct result of natural hazards. The American Society of Civil Engineers believes neglecting to maintain transport infrastructure could have dire economic consequences, including a loss of 2.5 million jobs and $7 trillion in business sales by 2025 – figures which could rise by 16 percent as a result of climate change.
Homeland Security News Wire 10/23/2020 07:36
10/23/20. Disaster management. Enable IntenseDebate Comments:. Enable IntenseDebate Comments. In case of an emergency, first responders like the fire brigade need up-to-date information. 2D maps are a common source of information but they can be difficult to read in an emergency situation. ’sPhD-student Shayan Nikoohemat created an algorithm that can accurately generate 3D models of the insides of large buildings from point clouds.
Homeland Security News Wire 10/22/2020 07:48
10/22/20. Election security. Enable IntenseDebate Comments:. Enable IntenseDebate Comments. U.S. intelligence agencies are accusing Iran and Russia of trying to use voter registration data in "desperate attempts" to sow chaos and confusion ahead of the November 3. U.S. presidential election. Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe made the announcement during a hastily called news conference late Wednesday, seeking to reassure Americans and promising to inflict "costs and consequences" on any country caught meddling.
Homeland Security News Wire 10/22/2020 07:46
10/22/20. Disinformation. Enable IntenseDebate Comments:. Enable IntenseDebate Comments. Given the size and scope of the Russian propaganda campaign that targeted the. U.S. electorate in 2016, it is critical to understand both the impact of that campaign and the mechanisms that can reduce the impact of future campaigns, says a new. RAND. report.
Homeland Security News Wire 10/22/2020 07:34
10/22/20. Resilience. Enable IntenseDebate Comments:. Enable IntenseDebate Comments. Getting run over by a car is not a near-death experience for the diabolical ironclad beetle. How the beetle survives could inspire the development of new materials with the same herculean toughness, engineers show in a paper published Wednesday (Oct. 21) in . These materials would be stiff but ductile like a paper clip, making machinery such as aircraft gas turbines safer and longer-lasting, the researchers said.
Homeland Security News Wire 10/21/2020 07:48
10/20/20. Migrants. Enable IntenseDebate Comments:. Enable IntenseDebate Comments. A steering committee appointed by the court has been trying to locate the families of 1,030 children who were separated from their parents as part of. DHS. ’s "Zero Tolerance" policy. The parents of 545 of the separated children have not yet been found. The Trump administration, under its Zero Tolerance policy, had been separating migrant children from their parents at the southern border.
Homeland Security News Wire 10/21/2020 07:42
10/21/20. Election security. Enable IntenseDebate Comments:. Enable IntenseDebate Comments. Christopher Krebs, the director of. DHS. ’ (. CISA. ), released the following statement Tuesday, along with a , on the agency’s ongoing efforts with public and private sector partners to protect the 2020 elections from foreign interference.
Homeland Security News Wire 10/21/2020 07:37
10/21/19. Perspective: Supply chains. Enable IntenseDebate Comments:. Enable IntenseDebate Comments. From the military to the technology sector, various American institutions and industries play a role in maintaining. U.S. economic and national security. While the finished products associated with defense and technology, like aircraft engines and. LED. TVs, capture the public eye, the supply chains for the materials needed to produce these goods often garner little attention.
Homeland Security News Wire 10/20/2020 21:50
10/20/20. Guns. Enable IntenseDebate Comments:. Enable IntenseDebate Comments. A new study of gun injuries and deaths in Ontario found that 68 percent of firearm-related deaths were from self-harm, and they most often occurred in older men living in rural regions, pointing to the need for targeted prevention efforts.

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