Information from "black boxes" and other sources could help prevent future accidents.
In 1996, a Kansan with the same name was arrested with bombmaking materials in his car trunk.
The move to create a position to safeguard the country's computer networks comes as the Pentagon plans to create a military command for cyberwarfare.
New recording raises fresh doubts about whether the senator used pay-for-play politics to get his seat.
Once again Elmore Leonard revs the plot, dials up the banter, and produces a novel you’ve got to stay up all night to finish.
Organized groups are still the main threat, but homegrown jihadists can be very dangerous, too.
Four men planned attacks against Jewish and military targets, according to authorities.