Passengers coming from select countries to the United States will be required to get their electronic gadgets screened at airports,before boarding. Gadgets bigger than mobile phones will reportedly have to undergo a security check.
Security March 22, 2017
A man solving a math equation on board an aircraft sparked fear and delayed a 41-minute flight by more than two hours. The culprit? A fellow passenger who couldn't distinguish code-like 'scribbles' from real math equations.
Life & Style May 9, 2016
According to a new poll, most registered voters feel less safe now than they did before the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001. President Obama addressed his military plan regarding the extremists in Syria and Iraq on Wednesday night.
Internet Culture September 11, 2014
Self-driving or driverless cars, such as those being researched by Google, have many good sides. But according to the FBI, they can also be used by terrorists as self-driving bombs.
Legal July 18, 2014
Travelers flying in and out of the United Kingdom will now have to charge their cell phones and other devices before flight and prove to airport security that they can turn on their devices.
Gadgets July 9, 2014
Terrorism threats in the U.S. has increased in the last two years, warns Senator Dianne Feinstein.
Society December 4, 2013