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Homeland Security experiments with GPS program to track immigrants caught at border

A U.S. Border Patrol agent, seen through an opening in a fence, keeps watch on the ‘border fence’ near the San Ysidro port of entry along the US-Mexico border near San Diego, California. Photo by Frederic J. Brown/AFP/Getty Images WASHINGTON...Show More Summary

Apple issues first-ever automatic security update to patch critical flaw

Apple on Monday issued its first-ever automatic security update for OS X computers, Reuters reports, looking to fix a critical vulnerability that was made public on Friday by the Department of Homeland Security and the Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute. Show More Summary

Secret Service needs to beef up IT security: report

2 days agoNews : The Newsroom

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Secret Service refused to provide data on its computer security systems to the Department of Homeland Security in 2014, preventing it from being able to verify if it was complying with security policies, an inspector general's report said on Monday. Show More Summary

Today in Politics

Jeh Johnson, the Homeland Security secretary, placed flowers at a memorial to the officers; President Obama is under pressure to address growing racial tensions after the fatal shootings of two New York City police officers.

BREAKING: NEW THREAT to NYPD Officers – Police Warned of New Suspect in Area (Video)

Police warned of another suspect who may be on way to New York to kill police officers. The suspect sent a text message to NYPD officers Sunday afternoon. FOX News reported: The Office of Homeland Security and Memphis police questioned … Continue reading ?

New private operators of America’s largest immigrant detention center have a history of inmate abuse

3 days agoNews : The Raw Story

The Department of Homeland Security this week handed the keys to the largest detention center for undocumented immigrant families over to Corrections Corporation of America, a private prison company with a record of disregarding inmate safety and flouting federal laws. The Obama administration...

How to avoid falling for counterfeit goods

Everyday, customs agents from the Department of Homeland Security stop $4.7 million worth of counterfeit products from entering the U.S. But, knockoff products continue to find their way into the marketplace.'s Nick Dietz looks into the problem and shares some tips to avoid buying bogus brands.

Upholding American Values: Reforming U.S. Immigration Detention

Earlier this week, the Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) inaugurated the largest detention facility in the U.S. This center, located in Texas, will hold 2,400 migrants who have crossed the border. It is especially...Show More Summary

Fearful of 'pranksters,' officials want taller White House fence

The Department of Homeland Security released a report on Thursday (PDF) outlining the need for a new, taller fence at the White House. See also: How You Can Visit the White House Without Going to Washington The recommendation came alongside...Show More Summary

AMC, Regal, and Cinemark Theater Chains Pull ‘The Interview’

Yesterday, the hackers that exposed Sony’s internal workings went a step further and issued a big threat, invoking 9/11 in a statement that promised action against theaters showing The Interview. But the Department of Homeland Security...Show More Summary

Major Theater Chain Bails On The Interview Following Threat

The fallout from the Sony hacking has just taken another unfortunate turn, though this one is of the self-inflicted variety. Concerned about the most recent round of threats, despite the Department Of Homeland Security declaring they're not credible, Sony has offered to let theater chains around the country opt out of screening The Interview. Show More Summary

Obama signs spending bill into law

On Tuesday, President Obama signed the $1.1 trillion spending bill passed by Congress last week, funding most government agencies through September 2015. The Department of Homeland Security will just be funded through Feb. 27, NBC News reports, and by that time Republicans will control both chambers of Congress. More

Sony Hackers Threaten Theaters Showing ‘The Interview,’ Homeland Security Says “No Credible Info”

Perpetrators of the Sony hack got a lot more serious today when they issued a threat that went far beyond stealing internal emails and documents.  “Remember the 11th of September 2001,” says the threat. “We recommend you to keep yourself distant from the places at that time. Show More Summary

Homeland Security Says There’s ‘No Credible Intelligence’ Regarding Movie Theater Attacks

Earliertoday,thehackergroupGuardiansofPeacetooktheirprotestoftheupcomingcomedyfilmTheInterviewtoanotherlevelbythreateningterrorattacks onmovietheaters.Specifically,thegroup,asifrunbycollegefreshmentakinganeasypoetryclass,wrote,“RemeShow More Summary

9/11 Christmas Day Threat Against Movie Theaters Not Credible, Says U.S. Department Of Homeland Security About Sept. 11th Style Attack From Sony Hackers

On Tuesday, reports from the Sony hackers warning about a “9/11? style type of terrorist attack against movie theaters showing the controversial movie The Interview were released, as reported by the Inquisitr, and the ominous warnings...Show More Summary

Homeland Security Says No Active Plot Against Movie Theaters

The latest development in the Sony Hack involved a threat against movie theaters that will be showing The Interview, as well as the upcoming premiere in New York City. The threat from the hackers lead the studio to cancel all upcoming media appearances for stars James Franco and Seth Rogen, though the screening in the [...]

No Credible Intelligence To Support Movie Theater Threat, Says Homeland Security

The Department of Homeland Security says it has no credible intelligence suggesting a threat this morning against movie theaters showing The Interview is credible: "DHS is aware of a threat made online targeting movie theaters in the United States. Show More Summary

'The Interview' 9/11-Style Threat ... Not Credible ... So Far

The latest threat by Sony hackers -- warning a 9/11-type attack at movie theaters that play "The Interview" -- is not credible, at least on available intelligence... this according to The U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security.A DHS official tells TMZ...…

No credible sign of plot against theaters showing Sony movie: U.S. official

last weekNews : The Newsroom

BOSTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Department of Homeland Security is investigating a threat against theaters planning to show Sony Corp's controversial movie about an assassination of the leader of North Korea, and so far it has seen no credible sign of an active plot, an agency official said. Show More Summary

Congressman Elect Carter Committee Assignments

Republican Congressman Elect Buddy Carter (GA-1) has been named to 3 committees for his freshman term: Homeland Security, Education and Workforce, and Oversight and Government Reform. The following is from a recent press release: The...Show More Summary

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