National Intelligence Bulletin for 4 May 2018

The National Intelligence Bulletin is a weekly look at national security, domestic systems disruption, the risk of failing critical infrastructure, and threats to social, political, economic, and financial stability in the United States. This report is available each week for National Intelligence subscribers.   In this National Intelligence Bulletin… (4,949 words) House committee approves four […]
The National Intelligence Bulletin is a weekly look at national security, domestic systems disruption, the risk of failing critical infrastructure, and threats to social, political, economic, and financial stability in the United States. This report is available each week for National Intelligence subscribers.   In this National Intelligence Bulletin... (4,949 words)
  • House committee approves four bills aimed at securing critical infrastructure
  • Critical industrial software flaws left U.S. infrastructure vulnerable to hackers
  • Sanctuary cities, so far, are successfully battling the Trump administration
  • More Americans believe civil clashes are inevitable 
  • Changing views on guns are emerging following the three deadliest mass murders in U.S. history
  • Few Americans see political debate as civil
  • The FBI is broken after years of mismanagement and politicization
  • DHS wants more drones to patrol the U.S.-Mexico border
  • And more…

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