For many, two dollars might seem like a trifling amount — or at least nothing to argue over. But in the case of the National September 11 Memorial and Museum at the World Trade Center in New York City, it’s a different story. The memorial foundation’s recent announcement that a temporary two-dollar service fee for […]
National security threats often invoke images of bombs, guns and invading military forces, but one of the most pressing threats to the United States involves none of these things. Instead, powers hostile to the United States and its interests have quietly launched domestic cyberterrorism attacks against U.S. banks and, most recently, against popular American news […]
Richard Dekmejian, a professor of political science, can speak five languages.
Sherman Jackson, a professor of religion, says politicians polarize ignorant voters who fear terrorists.
Audience members got into heated discussions with the debaters about issues surrounding Obama’s terrorism policy.
Facing potential terrorism charges, Ralph Fertig argued his case in Supreme Court.
As students and members of the USC community, we are acutely aware of the dangers around campus. Fortunately, the Department of Public Safety does an excellent job of keeping community members protected and informed of incidents by publicizing crime alerts and demonstrating a commitment to providing students with crucial information about our safety. In a […]
Attempted terrorist attack will prompt further airport security measures, but personal privacy concerns should be set aside.