Self-described involuntary celibates, or incels, have been tied to a handful of mass shootings in the past few years. Blaming women and society in general, they feel that their sex-less lives are a direct result of social progress.

Violent Actors in the Periphery of the Incel Movement (Multi-Video)

Guest Editorial Dean C. Alexander and Dominic Lesniewski In December 1989, Marc Lépine, 25, shot and murdered 14 women and injured over a dozen others, the majority women, at an engineering school,...
The OpEx assessed first responder technologies that addressed the region’s public safety capability gaps to help ready agencies for the World Games 2021 and unexpected natural disasters. S&T also partnered with industry to provide vendors the opportunity to receive operational feedback about their technology from first responders.

Putting Next-Gen Techs in the Hands of Birmingham First Responders

Imagine a hot, balmy day in August as fans gather for the University of Alabama football game day opener at the packed Legion Field Stadium in Birmingham, Alabama. Two minutes into...
The funds will be used to develop school threat assessment teams and pursue technological solutions to improve reporting of suspicious activity in and around schools, as well as implement or improve school safety measures, such as coordination with law enforcement, the use of metal detectors, locks, lighting and other deterrent measures, and more.

DOJ Awards $85.3M in Grants to Bolster School Security Measures

The Department of Justice (DOJ) has awarded more than $85.3 million to address school security and violence, which includes funding to educate and train students and faculty, plus support first responders...
Red Ribbon week is dedicated to preserving the memory of DEA Special Agent Enrique “Kiki” Camarena – a DEA special agent who was kidnapped, tortured, and murdered in Mexico by drug traffickers.(Courtesy of the DEA)

#GoRedforRedRibbon, DEA Asks of Communities Nationwide (Videos)

The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), is encouraging communities nationwide to Go Red for Red Ribbon – an effort to continue the momentum and promote awareness of the need to prevent drug...
Three soldiers were killed and another three injured while riding in their Bradley Fighting Vehicle during a training accident at Fort Stewart in Georgia on Sunday morning, Army officials announced. (Courtesy of the U.S. Army)

Heroes Down: 3 US Soldiers Killed in Bradley Fighting Vehicle Accident

October 20, 2019 – In Breaking News – NPR An early morning training exercise gone wrong resulted in the deaths of three U.S. Army soldiers and injured three more at Fort Stewart,...

Massive Marine Corps War Game is Happening at 29 Palms (Multi-Video)

October 19, 2019 – In Breaking News – Military .com The Marine Corps hasn't done anything like it in decades. Ten thousand Marines, sailors and NATO troops have descended on Marine Corps Air-Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms...
ManTech’s ACRE is a unique physical and virtualized cyber range that brings best-in-class cyber defense expertise to a new generation of professionals.

ManTech a New Competitor in 2019 ‘ASTORS’ Awards Program (Videos)

Protecting against cyberattacks is an inside job. Organizations can readily test their own network security posture and defenses while training their security teams quickly and affordably with the ACRE™ Cyber Range, a...
Time-lapse photography of a corpse by a undergraduate researcher over the course of 17 months revealed the surprising find that movement occurs in bodies after death which could potentially impact future police investigations. (Courtesy of YouTube)

Dead Bodies Move for Over a Year, Striking Find for Death Investigations

September 11, 2019 – In Breaking News – ABC Australia  Researchers at Australia's first 'human body farm' have observed that dead bodies move significantly when they decompose and believe the movement could...
Anticipate Trends In CBRNE Detection By Preparing and Planning Today, advises Grant Coffey, FLIR Systems Brand Ambassador and CBRNE Industry Consultant

GAZING Into the CRYSTAL BALL of CBRNE Strategic Response (Learn More, Multi-FLIR PRIMED Videos)

Guest Editorial by Grant Coffey, FLIR Systems Brand Ambassador and CBRNE Industry Consultant, for American Security Today For those in the CBRNE or Hazmat space as an industry specialist, responder, or military...
A recent SolarWinds survey of federal IT professionals found that 43 percent of respondents felt that inadequate user training was a barrier to system optimization.

3 Strategies Agencies Can Take Today to Improve Their Cyber Defenses

By Jim Hansen, VP of products, security and cloud, SolarWinds Since 2006, U.S. agencies have been the victims of more than 100 cyber attacks. In 2018, on average, there appears to have been...