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A Senate report concluded that $800 million worth of fentanyl pills were shipped to the United States by Chinese sellers through mail system loopholes. [Read More]
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Agents were given little notice and conflicting guidance on how to enforce President Trump's first travel ban last year, leading to chaos at airports. [Read More]
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"They will pay in one form or another." — MSNBC Town Hall... [Read More]
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A Trump administration report concludes that the vast majority of convicted terrorists are immigrants. But it relies on confusing and misleading data. [Read More]
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"This should set off all kinds of red flags," said one advocate, fearing the land grab will violate civil liberties. Others say it will harm... [Read More]
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Security experts say the president's focus on a border wall ignores the constantly evolving nature of terrorism, immigration and drug trafficking. [Read More]
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Experts say some measures targeted are more effective than a wall, resulting in an approach a Republican congressman called "a third-century solution to a 21st-century... [Read More]
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Customs officers stationed at the U.S. border and at airports searched an estimated 30,200 cellphones, computers and other electronic devices of people entering and leaving... [Read More]
Customs officers stationed at the U.S. border and at airports searched an estimated 30,200 cellphones, computers and other electronic devices of people entering and leaving... [Read More]
Customs officers stationed at the U.S. border and at airports searched an estimated 30,200 cellphones, computers and other electronic devices of people entering and leaving... [Read More]
Border agents say the electronic searches have stopped terrorism suspects and criminals, but privacy advocates call them an invasive violation of the Constitution. [Read More]
ABOARD A P-3 ORION, over the Pacific Ocean - The Department of Homeland Security is increasingly going global. ... [Read More]
Set up to defend the United States, the Homeland Security Department is going beyond American borders to fight foreign threats from abroad. [Read More]
A former agent said such searches have led to the arrests of drug and human smugglers as well as child pornographers. [Read More]
Complaints filed by people whose electronics were searched at the border without warrants highlight a growing debate over privacy, security and technology. [Read More]
Complaints filed by people whose electronics were searched at the border without warrants highlight a growing debate over privacy, security and technology. [Read More]
To address rising numbers of border crossings, officials may begin detaining parents apart from their children, a change in practice that immigrant advocates criticized as... [Read More]
A new report concludes that a Department of Homeland Security pilot program improperly gathers data on Americans when it requires passengers embarking on foreign flights... [Read More]
To address rising numbers of border crossings, officials may begin detaining parents apart from their children, a change in practice that immigrant advocates criticized as... [Read More]
The Homeland Security Department is grappling with trying to catch foreigners who are illegally in the United States without trampling privacy rights. [Read More]
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