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In Homeland SecurityWho Protects the Constitution If Its Custodians Are Corrupt?
Opinion: Liberties asserted in the Constitution are for everyone, not just for the people we like. Even those we dislike have the same rights as everyone else.

InCyberDefenseVIDEO: The Importance of Cyber Security Education

American Military University is dedicated to cybersecurity education. In today's internet age, the number of threats to businesses, consumers and institutions increases on a daily basis.

In Public SafetyHow Infants Are Falling Victim to the Opioid Crisis

By Dr. Michael Pittaro and Shanna O'Connor

Babies born to opioid-dependent mothers often battle dangerous withdrawal symptoms and other medical complications. The opioid crisis shows no sign of slowing down and lawmakers must consider how we can best protect these most vulnerable victims.

EDM DigestMendocino Complex River Fire Now Fully Contained
The River Fire, one of two wildfires known as the Mendocino Complex Fire in northern California, is now fully contained.

In Homeland SecurityIslamic State May Still Have 30,000 Fighters In Iraq And Syria, Even After Setbacks
The Islamic State may have as many as 30,000 fighters in Syria and Iraq and appears to have rebounded from some of its worst setbacks, according to two new reports.

In Homeland SecurityThe Trump Enemies List: The Critics The White House Might Strip Of Security Clearance
Trump Administration stripped the security clearance from former CIA director John O. Brennan – and then mentioned at least nine others who might be next.

In Homeland SecurityTerrorist Attacks Are Quietly Declining Around The World
Though there was a surge in terrorist attacks in Europe in recent years, most attacks still occur in the Middle East and Africa, and those regions saw a big decline in 2017.

In Homeland SecurityConditions Of Release Not Yet Met For Compound Suspects
Three people accused of child abuse at a ramshackle desert compound remained jailed Wednesday as New Mexico authorities sought to satisfy the conditions of their release set by a judge.

Online Career TipsTwo Ways Brick-and-Mortar Retailers Have Fought Back against Their Online Competitors

Traditional retailers use two different strategies to address their online competition: providing expert advice and an omnichannel shopping experience.

In MilitaryWhy the Korean War didn’t end — and why it could now
It's been just over two months since President Trump met North Korea's Kim Jong Un in Singapore, and there has been little visible progress so far in persuading North Korea to give up its nuclear weapons.

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