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Japan's Master Plan to Defend Itself from China

Kyle Mizokami Security, Asia The future is amphibious. For decades, Tokyo’s plans to defend the homeland were frozen in amber. During the Cold War it was assumed, that in the event of war the Soviet Union would invade the northern one-third of the country. Show More Summary

Politicians pilloried a report in 2009 on right-wing extremism. But was it correct?

In April 2009, Daryl Johnson found himself caught in a firestorm because of a report he’d authored at the Department of Homeland Security. It warned of a surge in activity … Click to Continue »

A massive cyberattack blocked your favorite websites; FBI and Homeland Security are investigating

The Department of Homeland Security and the FBI are investigating a massive cyberattack that stopped or slowed access to Twitter, Spotify, Amazon and other sites Friday by targeting a firm responsible for routing Internet traffic their way. Dyn, a New Hampshire Internet services company, reported...

Civil Liberties Groups Sue Feds For Documents On Black Lives Matter Spying

The advocacy group Color of Change and the Center for Constitutional Rights on Thursday filed a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the FBI seeking to compel the agencies to turn over...Show More Summary

The FBI and Homeland Security Are Investigating Today's Giant Cyber Attack

2 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

According to a new report from Reuters, the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) are investigating the massive distributed denial of service attacks (DDoS) hitting the DNS provider Dyn. Read more...

Cyber Attack Takes Down Major Sites Including Twitter, Spotify, SoundCloud

The White House says the Department of Homeland Security is investigating the attacks.

UPDATE: DDoS Attacks Continue As Spotify, SoundCloud, Others Experience Outages - Homeland Security Investigating

UPDATE: Spotify, SoundCloud, Twitter and Reddit and are among the major sites down or loading slowly today thanks to a massive DDOS attack. The Distributed Denial Of Services attacks, which had subsided briefly mid-day, have returned with a vengeance, according to managed DNS provider DYN. Other sites affected include the...

A massive cyberattack is blocking your favorite websites; Homeland Security is investigating

The Department of Homeland Security is investigating a massive cyberattack that barred users across the country from visiting Twitter, Spotify, SoundCloud and other sites Friday by targeting a firm responsible for routing Internet traffic their way. Dyn, a New Hampshire Internet services company, reported...

Illegal Immigration Surges Along Southern Border, Driven by Central American Migration

Illegal immigration apprehensions along the southwest border have surged 23 percent this past year, according to Monday’s U.S. Department of Homeland Security report. What’s remarkable, however, is not the drastic increase in the total...Show More Summary

The Fight Against the Private Prison Industry Was Just Dealt a Huge Blow

The Department of Homeland Security has renewed a much-criticized contract with the Corrections Corporation of America, one of the country's biggest prison companies, to continue running a family immigrant detention center in Texas. The...Show More Summary


The views expressed are strictly those of the author. A recent joint statement from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) states that the Russians are interfering with the US presidential election, "The U.S. Show More Summary

Homeland Security chief: 'Walls alone cannot prevent illegal migration'

5 days agoNews : USAToday: News

Almost 60,000 unaccompanied minors were caught crossing the U.S. Mexico border this past fiscal year.        

Illegal border crossings by Central American families spike again

Arrests of migrants who illegally crossed  the Southwest border jumped 23% in the past year, according to Homeland Security figures released Monday. The increase, after declining for a year, could provide grist for the presidential campaign and Donald Trump’s harsh criticism of immigration policy...

Election Hackers Could Erase You

Cyber intruders could manipulate voter registration files and wreak havoc on Election Day. The FBI, Homeland Security, and states are preparing to keep the worst from happening.

US Congress Bases Policy Document on Sensationalist Reporting

The US Homeland Security Committee report, Cash to Chaos: Dismantling ISIS’ Financial Infrastructure is commented on by Christopher Jones House Homeland Security Committee Releases Report on ISIS Financing, Gates of Nineveh blog 14th...Show More Summary

Active Shooter Seminar: Jihad Comes to the Inland Empire

So why does the Department of Homeland Security recommend raising your voice or throwing a stapler at the killer when what is clearly required is deadly force? This post Active Shooter Seminar: Jihad Comes to the Inland Empire appeared first on Shooting Sports News.

Teenager is convicted of murder in 2014 beating death of USC graduate student from China

A jury convicted an 18-year-old woman of murder on Thursday for her role in the 2014 bludgeoning death of a USC graduate student from China that led to heightened campus security and shock across the Pacific in the victim’s homeland. Alejandra Guerrero — who was 16 at the time of the attack near...

[WATCH] 'NCIS: Los Angeles' Sneak Peek: A Spur of the Moment Ironman and a Real Estate Agent with Voyeuristic Tendencies

A poisoned Homeland Security agent, a Triad assassin and counterfeit purses. What do those three things have in common? The case in NCIS: Los Angeles season 8 episode 4. In "Black Market," a notorious Triad assassin poisons a Homeland Security agent, and during the investigation, the team uncovers a warehouse of counterfeit purses and a money trail to stolen government funds.

'Do Not Resist' examines militarization of police

The parameters of homeland security are chillingly assessed in “Do Not Resist,” a troubling documentary examining the escalating militarization of the nation’s police forces. Craig Atkinson’s timely directorial debut opens on the streets of Ferguson, Mo., 10 days after the 2014 death of Michael...

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