Investigators also found chemical products and an Islamic State flag.
Armed police have arrested two men and already have CCTV of one of the Brussels airport bombers including the moment he detonated his suicide belt, MailOnline can reveal.
Via the AP:
Only days ago in Brussels, as Western leaders celebrated the arrest of a key terrorist suspect, Belgian officials warned that there were dozens more jihadists at large in the city and that more attacks were being planned. They couldn’t have known how right they were.
One suicide bomb went off and at least one suitcase bomb at the Brussels airport.
Several Americans are among the casualties of the attacks at an airport and metro stration in Brussels on Tuesday.
In the wake of Tuesday’s deadly bombing that killed at least 34 people, Brussels officials may regret an advertisement two months ago ridiculing the idea the city was a center of Islamic
Of course, much of the media was singing a different tune only two months ago when The Donald had the audacity to point out some of the problems in Brussels, saying Trump had found “a new city to insult.”
“The first job of the president is to be commander in chief,” Cruz told Fox News following the morning rush-hour attacks that killed at least 31 people in a Brussels airport and on the city’s subway system. “It’s unconscionable. It needs to change. … If I am president, I will destroy ISIS.”
“Through the attacks in Brussels, the whole of Europe has been hit ,” Hollande said. “France will implacably continue the fight against terrorism both on the international level and at home.”
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) of the House’s Intelligence Committee. We have no idea if communication encryption played any role in planning these attacks, but Schiff wants to have it both ways by bringing it up as an issue while not trying to speculate the facts. From The Hill:
New details of the Paris attacks carried out last November reveal that it was the consistent use of prepaid burner phones, not encryption, that helped keep the terrorists off the radar of the intelligence services.
Topics include unconscious bias, which focuses on how people prejudge others based on factors such as race and gender, and principles of institutional change.
Published in the journal Addiction, the study investigated how likely drivers who had been using cannabis were to get into a car accident. The researchers looked at 20 studies and two meta-analyses published between 1982 and 2015.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence has signed a bill into law that will repeal the deeply unpopular ISTEP student exam by July of next year.
18-year old Devin Washington was at the fast food restaurant, Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen, in eastern New Orleans last Saturday for a job interview. A man walked in and asked to make some changes, but when the cashier opened the change drawer he reached over in an effort to steal money.
A Department of Veterans Affairs employee in Puerto Rico was fired after being arrested for armed robbery, but her union quickly got her reinstated
Likely to a collective sigh of relief from students and educators across Indiana, state officials announced Tuesday it will get rid of the unpopular ISTEP test.
This afternoon the Department of Justice asked the courts to vacate tomorrow’s hearing concerning the iPhone 5C in the custody of the FBI. The government had asked for Apple to help it circumvent the phone’s security. But at the last minute, stated that it had found another party to help it get what it wants out the of phone. Apple would like to know who that is and what they plan to do with the phone.
Considering the FBI hasn’t been interested in getting into just one phone, it looks like they have a secret third party that has blown iOS up, and can give the feds a backdoor.
McAfee has been on a media tour discussing a court order that directs Apple to write custom code to help the FBI access a terrorist’s iPhone. The method McAfee says he would use to break open the phone, he admitted to the Daily Dot, is false.
A group of independent security researchers and major Silicon Valley tech giants have submitted last Friday, March 18, 2016, a proposal for a new email protocol called SMTP STS (Strict Transport Security).
— DEA HQ (@DEAHQ) March 22, 2016
Law enforcement agents with the Bureau of Land Management and the U.S. Forest Service are too “Rambo” to Rep. Jason Chaffetz’s liking, so he wants to take away their guns and authority.
Prof. Heidi Czerwiec, an associate professor of English at the University of North Dakota (UND), claims she is so enraged that ROTC cadets are practicing maneuvers at the university, that she plans to call the police every time she sees them.
The official number of illegal aliens in the state of California is nearly 3 million. We can estimate the number to be more than double this amount in reality.