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DHS official says Portland type deployment could become the norm

Chad Wolf, acting secretary of the US Dept. of Homeland Security (DHS) has been facing mounting lawsuits and complaints from Oregon officials after the federal crackdown in Portland Oregon.

Using the IoT in flood management can save lives

In the past month, we have seen multiple examples of the damage flooding can do to a community, regardless of its size. These events have fueled the drive to develop better technologies to predict and alert officials to flooding dangers.

Trump administration set to cancel entrepreneurial visa program

Washington - The Trump administration has delayed and will probably cancel the entrepreneurial visa program put in place by President Obama last year and scheduled to begin next week. A lot of people, including those involved with tech companies, are not happy.

U.S. nuclear power plants have been hacked, reports DHS

Washington D.c. - Russia's meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential election is small potatoes compared to what the FBI and Department of Homeland Security (DHS) revealed Thursday night. Allegedly, Russian hackers have been targeting our nuclear power plants.

CNN accuses Sheriff David Clarke of plagiarising master's thesis

Milwaukee County Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr. denied a CNN report that said parts of his 2013 master’s thesis was plagiarised. Clarke, who recently announce he is receiving a position in the Trump administration, called the reporter a "sleaze bag."

Trump considering laptop ban on some European flights

The United States is considering a ban on large electronic devices in airplane cabins on flights originating from some European countries. This would be an extension of the ban on these devices on flights from some Middle East airports.

Internal memo details DHS plans for halting illegal immigration

The Department of Homeland Security is in a rush to put plans into motion that would curtail illegal immigration, supposedly halting it in its tracks. Fast-tracking just 500 applicants will cost taxpayers over $100 million.

To speed up deportations, 12 cities to get immigration judges

The Department of Justice is working on a plan to send immigration judges to 12 cities across the country in an effort to speed up deportations of illegal immigrants who have been charged with crimes.

Op-Ed: DHS may shut down but TSA will continue groping testicles

Washington, D. C. - The Department of Homeland Security might be shutting down soon but that won't stop the department from reigning its tyranny on the American people.

Judge rules: Most of U.S. has no protection from search by DHS

A federal court Judge ruled that the so-called “constitution exemption zone” is legal. The zone extends 100 miles from any U.S. border, which covers roughly two-thirds of citizens.

Op-Ed: DHS agents do the right thing and break the law

Brownsville - It is not often that the Department of Homeland Security receives a pat on the back for doing something right. This occurrence was brought to the attention of the country by a judge criticizing DHS for smuggling illegal aliens into the country.

DHS to buy non-lethal weapons for unruly crowds

The Department of Homeland Security has caused to be issued a solicitation for nearly $500,000 worth of non-lethal riot control weapons.

DHS Opens Door to Same-Sex Immigrant Spouses

Homeland Security Secretary directs USCIS to review visa petitions in same manner as those filed for opposite-sex spouses.

GAO investigates Department of Homeland Security ammo purchases

The Government Accountability Office (GAO) is reportedly investigating massive ammunition purchases by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). GAO Spokesman Chuck Young, said the investigation is "just getting underway."

DHS, FBI release document in response to Boston bombings

The Department of Homeland Security and the Federal Bureau of Investigation released a Joint Intelligence Bulletin on April 16, 2013, in response to the explosions at the Boston Marathon.

Russia warned US of bomber 'multiple times' after FBI interview

As the FBI seeks to portray its failure to track Tamerlan Tsarnaev after a 2011 interview as a bureaucratic snafu, a US senator has revealed that the US was warned about Tsarnaev not once, but "multiple times," according to the Boston Globe.

DHS, FBI warn against suspicious vehicles

The Department of Homeland Security and the FBI are now warning law enforcement and the public about suspicious signs to look for in vehicles in more of their suspicious activity awareness which has become quite infamous among many Libertarians.

Homeland Security suspicious activity goals for winter 2013

The Department of Homeland Security discusses high points for suspicious activity reporting in the winter 2013 season in this new document, released in January.

Op-Ed: Homeland Security and Attorney General to target Americans?

How long will it be, before Americans are targeted by American drones on American soil, without judicial review, trial or a jury of their peers?

What is our government preparing for?

Several recent events have many Americans wondering what the government could be preparing for; and with the current status of global politics and economics, the possibilities are quite scary.

Op-Ed: Obama offers testy retort to heckling reporter

The President and current Regime Master of 1600 Pennsylvania Ave responded to the Daily Caller reporter and heckler in a mildly testy fashion.

Op-Ed: Words used by DHS to target citizens

The Dept. of Homeland Security was the focus of a Freedom of Information Act request; the yield was a list of words used to troll the internet for the "bad guys", and folks discussing clouds in the sky, exercisers, or even those who discuss tornadoes.

Public misled on dangers of airport body scanners, watchdog says

Internal U.S. government documents show that the Transportation Security Administration, under the guidance of the Department of Homeland Security Secretary, deliberately misled the public on the health risks associated with body-scanning devices.

1,000 cybersecurity experts to be hired by DHS to protect U.S. computer networks

In an effort to protect U.S. computers, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is planning to hire 1,000 cybersecurity experts in the next three years.

Homeland Security gets $3.5 billion from new Recovery Act funds

The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) today released some details of the projects being funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, recently passed in both houses of Congress and signed into law by President Obama.

Department of Homeland Security Keeping Close Eye On Mexico

The Department of Homeland Security is ready if the violence in Mexico spills over into the United States. As Mexico drug cartels rain terror down on that nation's citizens the United States is keeping a close eye on border states.

Are You Guilty of Pre-crime? Automated "Hostile Intent" Detector Being Tested

Some say that science fiction can't keep up with reality any more. That may not be quite true yet. The crime-stopping tools of Minority Report aren't available now, but we're getting closer every day, and DHS will be the first to use them.

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Head of the Department of Homeland Security  Jeh Johnson.
Head of the Department of Homeland Security, Jeh Johnson.
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File photo: Department of Homeland Security covers a broad range of federal law enforcement agencies.
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The Center for Immigration Studies published this graph from the DHS in 2013. Note that removals and...
The Center for Immigration Studies published this graph from the DHS in 2013. Note that removals and returns were used, rather than deportations.
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A TSO from the Transportation Security Administration checks a passenger’s identification at security checkpoint.
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