Mary sends us a link to ABC News in which they report that there are six thousand people missing in America who came here on student visas, then overstayed their welcomed and melted into the population and Homeland Security is unable to find them. It seems to me that this has been a problem in […]
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HOUSTON, Texas -- The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is expected to allow thousands of illegal immigrant deportees to return to the U.S., so long as they have ties to Southern California. Taxpayers will additionally fund a media campaign in Mexico, alerting deportees that they may be eligible to come back to the United States. Show More Summary
USIS, the Department of Homeland Security’s contractor for conducting security clearance background checks, has had the personal records of at least 25,000 of its employees stolen because of hackers, and the hackers may have been from a foreign country, according to the Associated Press (AP). Show More Summary
Homeland Security tallies damage from breach at USIS, and it's not pretty.
The Department of Homeland Security reacted to the news that the United Kingdom had raised their terrorism threat level and downplayed any additional threat to the United States. “At present, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the FBI are unaware of any specific, credible threat to the U.S. Show More Summary
Earlier today, the British government raised its terror threat level to "severe," suggesting a very likely terrorist attack by ISIS on British soil. In response, U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson issued a statement saying the government is unaware of any "credible threat" on U.S. soil from ISIS.
The Department of Homeland Security says there is no threat from Islamic militants to our homeland. This is bad news for those who are salivating for war. Islamic State militants and their supporters, however, “have demonstrated the intent and capability to target American citizens overseas,” Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said in a statement. He [...]
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States is not aware of any specific threat to the U.S. homeland from Islamic State militants, the Department of Homeland Security said on Friday after Britain raised its international terrorism threat level. Show More Summary
Arizona Republican Rep. Paul Gosar blasted the Department of Homeland Security Thursday for its lack of responsiveness to his multiple inquiries about the Department’s transfer of illegal immigrants throughout the interior of the United States. Show More Summary
The police—and even Department of Homeland Security officers—descended upon a Hardin County, Tennessee, school after a teacher found an object that looked like a hand grenade in a student's backpack. The object was actually a toy hand grenade. Show More Summary
Homeland Security officials have agreed to allow some migrants deported from Southern California to return to the U.S. as part of a settlement agreement with the ACLU, the civil rights group announced Wednesday.
Amplifon enhances Google Street Maps with sound. Hackcess to Justice winners put their apps to work. Plus: the importance of putting API design first and Homeland Security holds a hackathon (with FEMA). Google Maps Gets Sound Enhancement...Show More Summary
The Department of Homeland Security, the Federal Emergency Management Agency and Intel are set to host a hardware hackathon in October. The hackathon will take place in Red Hook, a community in Brooklyn, N.Y., nearly destroyed by Superstorm Sandy, with a focus on resiliency and disaster recovery.
Both the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) have said that there are no credible threats to the United States from the Islamic State terror group, according to an intelligence memo issued to both state and local authorities, the AP reported. Show More Summary
House Homeland Security Chair Rep. Michael McCaul said today he believes that ISIS, the jihadist army that has taken control of large part of Iraq and brutally murdered American journalist James Foley, has external operations under way to hit the West. “Their focus right now...
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) revealed Friday that over 1000 businesses across the U.S. have been targeted by a cyber attack that allows hackers to steal personal data from customers’ debit and credit cards. Some of the biggest names that have been hit include Target, Supervalu, and UPS. Show More Summary
The Department of Homeland Security says that more than 1,000 U.S. businesses have fallen victim to hacker malware that steals financial and personal information from customers after they swipe their credit cards. Credit: Joe Raedle/Getty...Show More Summary
The hackers who busted into the credit card system for Target stores hit a thousand other businesses too, in an online crime spree big enough to get the Department of Homeland Security involved. The New York Times reports that DHS issued...Show More Summary