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  • Obama Says Boston’s Resilience Serves as Rebuke to Terrorism

    President Barack Obama said the people of Boston and the U.S. aren’t cowed by the deadly terrorist attack at the city’s signature marathon and the resilience on display in the aftermath “is the greatest rebuke to whoever committed this heinous act.”

  • Knicks Fans Facing Increased Postseason Security After Bombings

    Ticket holders at the New York Knicks’ game last night were greeted with tighter security at the National Basketball Association team’s first home game since the deadly Boston Marathon bombings.

  • Israel Threatens a Ground Invasion of Gaza

    Nov. 19 (Bloomberg) -- Former NYPD Deputy Commissioner Richard Falkenrath discusses the conflict in the Middle East. He speaks with Deirdre Bolton on Bloomberg Television's "Money Moves." (Source: Bloomberg)

  • What if the Sky Fell?

    Bloomberg Television contributing editor Richard Falkenrath talks about the risk of meteor strikes. He speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Money Moves." (Source: Bloomberg)

  • Air Travel Worries: Actual Vs Perceived Risk

    Bloomberg Television contributing editor Richard Falkenrath talks about the risk of air travel. He speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Money Moves." (Source: Bloomberg)

  • Sandy Stokes Christie Fire; Was Romney Blindsided?

    Oct. 31 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg Contributing Editor Richard Falkenrath discusses the long recovery process ahead for the New York City subway system, the impact of New Jersey governor Chris Christie's praise of President Obama's handling of Hurricane Sandy and the how the federal response to the storm works. He speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg Surveillance."

  • Plugging White House Leaks, Finding the Source

    July 3 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg Contributing Editor Richard Falkenrath and Bloomberg's Al Hunt talk about national security and White House leaks. They speak on Bloomberg Television's "Market Makers." (Source: Bloomberg)

  • Hackers Linked to China’s Army Seen From EU to D.C.

    The hackers clocked in at precisely 9:23 a.m. Brussels time on July 18 last year, and set to their task. In just 14 minutes of quick keyboard work, they scooped up the e-mails of the president of the European Union Council, Herman Van Rompuy, Europe’s point man for shepherding the delicate politics of the bailout for Greece, according to a computer record of the hackers’ activity.

  • Chinese Astronauts Dock With Orbiter

    Bloomberg Television contributing editor Richard Falkenrath talks about China completing their first manned space docking and state versus private sector space programs. (Source: Bloomberg)

  • Deutsche Bank, SocGen, Credit Suisse, BP, Del Mar, CPC, Akzo in Court News

    Deutsche Bank AG salesman Jon-Paul Rorech didn’t illegally disclose information on a bond sale to a hedge-fund manager, a judge ruled in U.S. regulators’ first lawsuit alleging insider trading of credit-default swaps.

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