CBS News Homeland Security Correspondent Bob Orr and CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate explain that while the memory of the kidnapped Nigerian schoolgirls is fading, Boko Haram is still very much on the offensive.
Pro-democracy activists have been protesting for months about government restrictions on 2017 elections
Sony pictures was hacked by cyber thieves who leaked several unreleased movies. Some analysts say North Korea may be to blame. Juan Zarate and Bob Orr join "CBSN" to discuss.
The Department of Homeland Security and the FBI issued a security bulletin warning of a possible ISIS plot to attack members of the military here and abroad. CBS News Security Analyst Juan Zarate and Homeland Security Correspondent Bob Orr join "CBSN" to discuss how military personnel's social media activity could be a factor.
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