Before Osama bin Laden became infamous, none of these were around: TSA, bag checks, pat-downs, scanners, and threat alerts.
Security at the Minnesota Capitol and surrounding buildings should be improved, said a report released Friday that avoided taking a position on the much debated issue of whether to add metal detectors.
A newspaper report says the cost to law enforcement agencies for providing security during weeks of protests at the Wisconsin Capitol is at $3.2 million and counting.
A new government report says that less than 1 percent of the 4,000-mile U.S.-Canada border is considered under the operational control of U.S. border officials.
Gov. Mark Dayton is directing his staff and asking top lawmakers to review security measures at the Minnesota Capitol in the wake of Saturday’s mass shooting at a public official’s event in Arizona.
The shootings in Tucson have states looking at security for their lawmakers. At the Minnesota State Capitol, lawmakers started their session last week in a place that is wide open. Anyone can walk right in during the day.
The president of the Houston County Bar Association is urging the county to improve security in courtrooms.
In midst of the uproar over new airport security measures, a Hopkins woman says her experience with Transportation Security Administration agents made her feel like a criminal.
Despite tough talk on the Internet, there was little if any indication of a passenger revolt at many major U.S. airports, with very few people declining the X-ray scan that can peer through their clothes.
Airport full body scanners and enhanced pat-downs are creating a nationwide backlash that could affect travel plans on the busiest travel day of the year.
Air travelers may notice something new at MSP security today: a different kind of “pat down” search. Until now security agents have used the back of the hands to do pat-downs. Now they’re using the […]
Security has been beefed up at Winona State University after two students were shot and wounded over the weekend.
Is it getting harder for parents to let their kids go when the youngsters head off to college and into the work world? Marshall Duke, professor of psychology at Emory University, looks into that question. […]
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