Category Archives: General

Advocates for release of 9/11 documents worry about potential delay

With the possibility of the declassification of the still-secret 28 pages of a Congressional report on the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, concerns have arisen that the White House might give the responsibility for releasing the document to Congress, reports Carl Hulse in the  New York Times Review of the 28 pages should finish in a few weeks.

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FBI video “Run, Hide, Fight. Surviving an Active Shooter Event”

The FBI’s video entitled, Run, Hide, Fight. Surviving an Active Shooter Event, can be found here. It contains advice to the public on how to survive an active shooter situation.

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Orlando gunman’s job raises questions about security guard screening

The shooter who murdered 49 people and wounded 53 in the Orlando nightclub attack was a private security guard with a major security contractor who held a gun license despite being a Hezbollah member with ties to al Qaeda, reports Christina A. Cassidy in the Associated Press. Now questions are being asked about how the security industry […]

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