The war on terror might have begun with al-Qaida, but it did not end there.
Intelligence officials outline world threats for the year during a Thursday hearing.
Lawmakers from both parties urged the Biden administration on Tuesday to take further actions against Russia and to increase support for Ukraine.
Lawmakers from both parties urged the Biden administration on Tuesday to take further actions against Russia and to increase support for Ukraine.read more
A Democratic congressman is pushing for curtailing Russia’s access to the internet, saying that in recent days he has discussed that action against Vladimir Putin’s country with senior members of the Biden administration.read more
President Joe Biden’s nominees for ambassador to Iraq, Alina Romanowski, and ambassador to Yemen, Steven Fagin, appeared before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Thursday.read more
“Is the Cold War over, and did it really end when the Soviet Union collapsed, or are we seeing this next phase of the Cold War?” asks security policy expert Thomas Preston.read more
National security educators highlight struggles with online education.
Giving financial aid to stem the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan risks the “moral hazard” of the money helping the Taliban, the chairman of a Senate Foreign Relations subcommittee said.
Senate Judiciary Committee debated the moral and legal costs of the military drone program
The Minnesota National Guard adapts its new assignment of assisting at nursing homes.
Digital authoritarianism and surveillance has evolved to be the norm in many countries in the Middle East, with oppressive regimes using vaguely worded cyberspace legislation to prosecute any citizen that challenges their authority.
Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency Director Jen Easterly told mayors cybersecurity should not focus on technology, but on people and incentivizing them to practice cyber hygiene.
President Biden had a conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin urging him to avoid conflict in Ukraine.
National security experts warned during a Senate Judiciary committee hearing that foreign terrorist organizations still pose a worldwide threat.
The House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection voted unanimously on Wednesday to recommend former Justice Department official Jeffrey Clark for criminal contempt of Congress.