US Terrorism Law ‘Unprepared’ for Cyber Threat: Paper

Foreign entities that threaten U.S. economic, governmental, and social infrastructure through cybersabotage should be classified as “terrorist” to give authorities the same powers to that they have to intervene against violent terror groups, says a forthcoming article in the Indiana Law Journal.


Hot Days Fuel More Crime: USC Study

A study by two researchers at the University of Southern California used daily crime data from the City of Los Angeles and found an increase in crime as temperatures became hotter.