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A bipartisan group of senators introduced legislation designed to curb the number of sexual assaults on college campuses.
Two large airline trade groups are suing the TSA over how it collects higher federal security fees on airline tickets.
The body of a boy of unknown nationality was found in the wheel well of an American C-130 aircraft after it landed at Ramstein Air Base in Germany.
International aviation officials agreed to form a task force aimed at better coordinating government security information to prevent another airliner from getting shot down like Malaysia Airlines Flight 17.
Hilton announced an initiative that will let guests access their rooms using their smartphones instead of key cards.
The Massachusetts Senate voted to pass a bill that makes it illegal for employers and school administrators to demand access to employees’, applicants’, and students’ social media accounts.
At most colleges, campus police refer students involved in alcohol-related incidents to school officials for discipline rather than taking legal action, according to a study of 343 U.S. schools.
A federal judge has declared that one of the District’s principal gun control laws is unconstitutional.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has rejected a proposal to improve electric grid security, sending the proposal back to the North American Electric Reliability Corp. for revision. The group must strengthen its rules about how utilities should assess and protect power substations and systems, the ruling says.
Tennessee topped the list of the FBI's rankings of states with violent crime, followed by Nevada and Alaska. While these rankings do not account for many different factors – grouping crime by state can be simplistic and ignore factors that influence crime, the FBI warns – many states with the highest and lowest rates have remained consistent for many years.