Benghazi still under scrutiny

Last year’s terrorist attacks in Benghazi, Libya, left four Americans, including U.S. Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens, dead. The attacks are still under intense investigation. The attack involved several assailants from major international terrorist networks, and according to a bipartisan Senate report released in January, the State Department is being blamed for the lack of security. […]

Gunman targets TSA at LAX, kills agent

Bradlee Locke – News Editor Los Angeles, Calif. 5:30 p.m. Nov. 2, 2013 Droves of passengers and employees fled Terminal 3 at the Los Angeles International Airport on Friday morning when a man armed with a semi-automatic assault rifle opened fire and specifically targeted Transportation Security Administration employees, killing one TSA agent and injuring several […]

Preventative action taken to eliminate human trafficking

In the FBI’s latest crackdown on human trafficking within the United States, 105 children were rescued and more than 150 procurers arrested. Operation Cross Country took place over the course of three days in late July in 76 cities across the country. In 2003, the FBI launched the Innocence Lost National Initiative, aiming “at addressing […]

Pakistian ambassador speaks on U.S. international relations

Ambassador Cameron Munter, American diplomat and career foreign service officer, spoke Feb. 6 at Riverside’s Mission Inn about perceptions of mistrust between the U.S. and Pakistan. When Munter’s former high school history teacher introduced him, he said the ambassador “was the poster boy to critical thinking. He knew to question everything.” Munter carried his critical-thinking […]