FCC Working to Make It Easier for First Responders to Track 911 Calls

The Federal Communications Commission recently adopted rules that will help first responders locate people who call 911 from wireless phones in multi-story buildings.

Food stamp enrollment declines to all-time low in almost a decade

Food stamp enrollment has declined to all-time low in almost a decade

Secret Service Releases 2018 Report on Mass Attacks in Public Spaces

The study, Mass Attacks in Public Spaces -2018, focuses on 27 incidents that occurred between January and December 2018, in which three or more persons were harmed and were carried out in public places

U.S. Customs Testing Facial Recognition Software in One Airport

As part of its innovation efforts, CBP built a face biometric matching service, creating an ecosystem that supports the use of face comparison technology throughout the international passenger journey to include biometric exit, entry, and other passenger services. 

CBP Advises Hunters Planning International Travel

Many hunters enjoy traveling to international destinations, but before heading on that international hunting trip, there are certain requirements hunters must first satisfy. Here's what they are:

Trump administration awards 22 law enforcement agencies with new ballistic technology

Ballistic imaging equipment used by the National Integrated Ballistic Information Network to trace firearms used in crimes was awarded to 22 state and local police departments.

U.S. Postal Service Reports Fiscal Year 2019 Results

The total volume of mail and packages delivered during the year declined by 3.8 billion pieces or 2.6%.

U.S. Postal Service Announces Updates to the 2019 Stamp Program

Tennis Champion Maureen Connolly Brinker, Artist Ellsworth Kelly and Transcontinental Railroad Among the New Additions

Man Pleads Guilty to $900,000 Romance Fraud Scheme

The romance fraud scheme bilked victims across the United States and overseas of nearly $900,000.

New data show 1st foster care decrease since 2011, record number of adoptions

“It is encouraging to see the first decrease since 2011 in the number of children in foster care." — Lynn Johnson, HHS’s assistant secretary for children and families