229Jan 8, 2009
Mumbai Terrorist Attacks
The Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee examined the lessons that can be learned from the November 26, 2008, terrorist attacks in Mumbai, India, and how they can be applied ...
165Sep 6, 2007
Domestic Spy Satellite Use
House Homeland Security Committee held a hearing titled “Turning Spy Satellites on the Homeland: the Privacy and Civil Liberties Implications of the National Applications Office.” ...
57Aug 13, 2007
Border Security: Strengthening Intelligence through Diversity
Participants ant an annual border security conference talked about intelligence gathering, law enforcement, and improving diversity in government agencies charged with border security in order to ...
18May 2, 2007
Potential Terrorist Activity in the U.S.
Assistant Secretary Allen talked about the potential for terrorist activity in the United States. Topics included how the U.S. is tracking potential terrorists, whether potential terrorists ...
53Mar 14, 2007
Islamic Radicalism in the U.S.
Witnesses testified about the threat of Islamic radicalism and potential terrorist actions within the United States. Among the issues addressed were threats emerging from groups based within he ...
62Jan 18, 2007
Annual Threat Assessment
Witnesses testified about national security threats, intelligence operations, and emerging areas of concern to U.S. foreign policy officials. Among the topics the addressed were U.S. ...
21Nov 3, 2006
Intelligence Activities and Homeland Security
Department of Homeland Security Chief of Intelligence Charles E. Allen gave the opening keynote address at the Association for Intelligence Officers' 2006 national conference “Looking at the ...
80Feb 2, 2006
Threats to the United States
Intelligence officials testified about international threats to U.S. security, efforts to combat terrorism, and intelligence monitoring programs.
In his statement, ...