“Who the hell wrote this?” That’s how Sen. Lindsey Graham described his furious reaction to a Department of Homeland Security statement condemning a Senate immigration plan carefully crafted by Republicans … Click to Continue »
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) published a series of “press releases” panning various bipartisan immigration amendments Thursday, on the same day senators made moves to debate elements of a framework that provides permanent protections for certain undocumented immigrants and secures the border. Show More Summary
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The Senate is currently debating many competing proposals that would legalize some Dreamers, enhance border security, and reform legal immigration. This morning, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) issued a press release criticizing...Show More Summary
The agency’s statement asserts: The Schumer-Rounds-Collins proposal destroys the ability of the men and women from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to remove millions of illegal aliens. It would be the end of immigration enforcement in America and only serve to draw millions more illegal aliens with no way to remove them. Show More Summary
A second federal judge has temporarily blocked the Trump administration from ending protections for Dreamers—undocumented immigrants who came to the United States as children. The ruling requires the Department of Homeland Security to...Show More Summary
According to Military Times, Defense Secretary James Mattis has arrived at an agreement with Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen to protect military Dreamers in a protected status; “Anyone who is in the delayed enlistment program, in other words they are already signed up and they are waiting to go into boot camp, anyone […]
The Department of Homeland Security has drafted proposed new rules making it harder for immigrants to get permanent residency if they have received certain public benefits.
A top official at the Department of Homeland Security told NBC News that Russia "successfully penetrated" a small number of state election networks during the 2016 US election. Jeanette Manfra, the DHS head of cybersecurity, confirmed...Show More Summary
Jeanette Manfra, the Department of Homeland Securitys head of cybersecurity, said Wednesday that Russia successfully penetrated some voter rolls in 2016.
In an exclusive interview with NBC News' Cynthia McFadden, Jeanette Manfra, the head of cybersecurity at the Department of Homeland Security, says that 21 states were targeted during the 2016 election.
According to the Department of Homeland Security, 21 states were targeted but a small number of them were "successfully penetrated."
The Department of Homeland Security's top cybersecurity official, Jeanette Manfra, has told NBC News that Russia targeted the voter registration rolls of 21 states before the 2016 presidential election, successfully penetrating systems...Show More Summary
In an interview with NBC News, the head of cybersecurity at the Department for Homeland Security said that Russian hackers successfully penetrated the voter registration rolls of several US states prior to the 2016 presidential election. Show More Summary
The report assumes that Sunni Muslims, by virtue of their religion, should be subject to heightened surveillance. A recent draft report from the Department of Homeland Security called for the discriminatory surveillance of Sunni Muslims in the United States. The report originated in U.S. Show More Summary
A memo being signed by the President will give the Department of Homeland Security and other agencies six months to establish the facility, which is aimed at improving communication between different federal bodies and implement what the President has called “extreme vetting”. Show More Summary
A Department of Homeland Security report that urged monitoring of Sunni Muslim immigrants has been revised, a spokesman says, while opponents think it overlooks domestic terrorists.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump has signed a national security memorandum establishing a new National Vetting Center within the Department of Homeland Security to better coordinate information on individuals who may pose a threat...Show More Summary
The document calls for "evaluation" of Sunni Muslim immigrants South Asia, Africa and the Middle East.
A memorandum will give the Department of Homeland Security and other agencies six months to create the center.