Vice President Joe Biden and Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano meet with Haitian community leaders and elected officials at the Little Haiti Cultural center to discuss recovery efforts, in Miami, Florida, January 16, 2010.

Vice President Joe Biden and Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano meet with Haitian community leaders and elected officials at the Little Haiti Cultural center to discuss recovery efforts, in Miami, Florida, January 16, 2010.

Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano and homeland security experts on the threat of “homegrown” terrorism, efforts to improve cyber security, and the push for more body scanners at airports.

Guests

  • Michael Greenberger professor, University of Maryland Law School; director, Center for Health and Homeland Security; and former senior regulator, Commodities Futures Trading Commission.
  • Janet Napolitano Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, former governor of Arizona.
  • Paul Rosenzweig visiting fellow, Heritage Foundation and adjunct professor of homeland security at the National Defense University, and former deputy assistant secretary for policy, Department of Homeland Security 2005-2009

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