Secretary Jeh Johnson announced several new security measures for the U.S. Monday in response to the recent terror attacks in Paris.
The internal records of Homeland Security Department employees were compromised after a computer break-in at a federal contractor.
The spokesman of the National Border Patrol Council Local 1613 says that “backdoor amnesty” of illegal aliens coming through the southern border is controlled from the highest officials at the Department of Homeland Security.
A $350 million “funding opportunity” from the Department of Health and Human Services to provide shelter for underage illegal aliens indicates that recipients must provide the children with “family planning services” and added “sensitity” to sexual orientation issues.”
Immigrant Rights Groups: 13-Year-Old Boy Claims He Was Sexually Molested By Border Official While In Custody
A coalition of advocacy groups says it has documented more than 100 allegations of mistreatment of unaccompanied immigrant children arrested by U.S. border authorities.
Tens of thousands of immigrants who are in the U.S. illegally but don’t have serious criminal records could be shielded from deportation under a policy change being weighed by senior American officials.
Delivering a speech at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government on Tuesday, White House Homeland Security and Counterterrorism Adviser Lisa Monaco said that local communities have to be aware of terrorist threats where the government cannot, noting that parents should watch for “sudden personality changes in their children at home.”
The new Homeland Security secretary’s choice to be his chief of staff played a key role in the downfall of a Pennsylvania state senator on corruption charges.
Employees from six Homeland Security Department offices have abused an overtime program and cost the government about $8.7 million a year, according to an Office of Special Counsel letter and report sent Thursday to the president and Congress.
U.S. border agents should continue to be allowed to search a traveler’s laptop, cellphone or other electronic device and keep copies of any data on them based on no more than a hunch, according to an internal Homeland Security Department study.