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TSA phases in tougher domestic screening procedures

Those more stringent security inspection standards that the Department of Homeland Security recently stared requiring for overseas airports are being implemented for domestic travel as well. The Transportation Security Administration...Show More Summary

New Government Report: TSA Has No Basis for How It Picks Out Terrorists, Just Makes Stuff Up

The TSA has had employees roaming the airports watching passengers, using their spidey senses to figure out who might be a terrorist. Four years ago the Department of Homeland Security's Inspector General concluded that the TSA's behavior detection efforts didn't work and racially profiled. Show More Summary

Six months in: Trump and his campaign promises

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Donald Trump took office trailing a string of promises made during a bruising election campaign. Trump issued an executive order on January 25, five days after taking office, directing the Department of Homeland Security to identify and allocate funding for "planning, designing, and constructing" the barrier along the US-Mexico border. Show More Summary

The Trump administration delayed a rule meant to help people launch businesses in the US — here's what that means for foreign entrepreneurs

On July 11, the Department of Homeland Security delayed the International Entrepreneur Rule, six days before it was set to go into effect, until March 14. The DHS had approved the Obama-era rule, intended to make it easier for foreign...Show More Summary

US Finally Ends Laptop Ban Due To 'Enhanced Security Measures In Place'

You are now free to fly with your laptop onboard US-bound flights from the Middle East. The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS), it seems, is satisfied with a series of recently adopted "enhanced security measures". More »     ...

U.S. ends airline laptop ban: New security measures make the electronics OK to carry on

New security measures added at international airports now allow laptop computers, tablets and other large electronic devices in the cabins of flights to the United States, the Department of Homeland Security announced Thursday. The federal agency that oversees airline security declined to detail...

No laptop ban as US says all airlines have raised security

All 180 airlines serving the United States have taken the security steps needed to avoid being forced to implement inflight bans on laptop computers, the Department of Homeland Security said Thursday. But the more intense inspections...Show More Summary

Enhancing the resilience of the nation's electricity system: report

With growing risks to the nation's electrical grid from natural disasters and as a potential target for malicious attacks, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) should work closely with...Show More Summary

U.S. says 180 airlines implement enhanced security measures

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Department of Homeland Security said Thursday that 180 airlines worldwide that fly directly to U.S. airports have complied with the first phase of enhanced security measures outlined in June.

US lifts laptop ban for all remaining airlines and airports

The U.S. has now lifted entirely a controversial ban on laptops in hand luggage for passengers flying to the country from the Middle East or via certain Middle Eastern airlines, with the Department of Homeland Security professing itself satisfied with “enhanced security measures in place”. Read More

DHS Custom Passenger Ferry Launched

Gulfstream Shipbuilding launched a custom passenger/vehicle ferry for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) on July 12, 2017. This 118 x 27 x 10.75 ft. crew boat-style vessel will be delivered in the fall 2017 to service the New York and Connecticut waters.

Mexico announces new laptop, tablet security on US flights

Laptops and tablets on U.S.-bound flights from Mexico will be subjected to heightened carry-on security measures beginning Wednesday at the request of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Mexican authorities announced.

New Security Measures Are Being Implemented For US-Bound Flights Today

As we first learned in late June, new security measures are being introduced for US-bound international flights. Not surprisingly, the Department of Homeland Security wasn't especially transparent in sharing what this would entail, though...Show More Summary

Bringing a laptop or tablet on a Mexico-to-U.S. flight? Beware of new security measures

Mexican authorities say the U.S. Department of Homeland Security has instituted heightened security measures for laptops and tablets on U.S.-bound flights from the country. Mexico's Transportation Department said in a statement that the measures take effect starting Wednesday for “electronics larger...

Mexico announces new laptop, tablet security on US flights

Mexican authorities say the U.S. Department of Homeland Security has instituted heightened security measures for laptops and tablets on U.S.-bound flights from the country. Mexico's Transportation Department says in a … Click to Continue »

Students Are the Newest U.S. Weapon Against Terrorist Recruitment

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The Department of Homeland Security is giving college students funding to develop social media campaigns and other tools to counter recruitment by groups like the Islamic State.

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President Trump’s hypocrisy on full display. “The Department of Homeland Security on Monday announced a one-time increase of 15,000 additional visas for low-wage seasonal workers for the remainder of this fiscal year, a seeming about-face...Show More Summary

Mar-a-Lago Visitor Logs Must Be Released

President Trump “made seven trips to his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida earlier this year, and the public might soon get a look at who else was there with him,” the AP reports. “The Department of Homeland Security has agreed to [...]

Trump Administration Issues 15,000 New Seasonal Worker Visas

Hours after the Trump White House announced “Made in America” week, the Department of Homeland Security announced the release of an additional 15,000 H-2B visas for temporary non-agricultural workers. The move is intended to avert “irreparable harm” to businesses facing manpower shortages, according to Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly. Show More Summary

MADE IN AMERICA WEEK: Trump Officials Order 15,000 New Visas For Low-Wage Seasonal Workers

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The Chicago Tribune reports: The Department of Homeland Security on Monday announced a one-time increase of 15,000 additional visas for low-wage, seasonal workers for the remainder of this fiscal year, a seeming about-face from President...Show More Summary

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