• DHS's ambitious nuclear radiation detection plan has its critics

    DHS envisions a protective radiation system which will ring the United States with radiation monitors at ports, along isolated sea coasts, traveling the oceans, roaming highways in police cars, and even located at checkpoints and toll booths on routes into major cities — all connected to a central national command center and staffed around the clock; critics have their questions

  • Border Web cameras along Texas-Mexico border go online again

    Texas governor Rick Perry found the funds to have virtual watch up and running — again — as early as January; Texans can register to have 200 border cameras feed images to their home PCs; if they see people crossing the border, the can call or e-mail authorities