TSA says oversized liquids, gels and aerosols abandoned by travelers is having impact

The agency says it's a security matter, but also an environmental one.

Customs & Border Protection Announces July 2019 Migration Statistics

In July, CBP apprehended or encountered 82,049 individuals who crossed the border illegally or were deemed inadmissible at Southwest border ports of entry, pushing the fiscal year to-date enforcement actions on the Southwest border to 862,785.

Cocaine Worth over $114 Million Seized from Vessel Located by CBP Air and Marine...

8,791 pounds of cocaine was recovered from the scene

DHS: 20% Decline in Apprehensions at Southern Border Since May

“The situation is improving by every available metric, but, I want to be very clear that we remain at and beyond crisis levels in illegal crossings." -- Secretary of Homeland Security Kevin K. McAleenan

Leader of Conspiracy to Illegally Unlock Cell Phones for Profit Extradited from Hong Kong

Bribed Workers at AT&T’s Bothell Customer Service Center to Plant Malware and Illegally Unlock Cell Phones

CBP Partners with US Marshals to Protect Children and Vulnerable Adults from Sexual Abuse...

The law seeks to protect children and others from sexual abuse and exploitation, including sex trafficking and sex tourism, by providing advance notice of international travel by registered sex offenders to the government of the affected nation

Man Pays VA Employee $1 Million in Illegal Gratuities

Legacy submitted claims for home health services on behalf of the family members and friends, billing the VA as much as $88 an hour, but paying the individuals approximately $16 an hour.  T

Nigerian National Involved in Business E-Mail Compromise Scheme Sentenced to 3 Years in Prison

The emails were sent with the intent of having the recipients send or wire money to bank accounts used by members of the conspiracy.

Afghan National and Former U.S. Military Interpreter Charged for Role in Human Smuggling Conspiracy

An Afghanistan citizen and United States Lawful Permanent Resident was indicted last week for his role in a scheme to smuggle undocumented aliens from Afghanistan to the United States. 

FCC Adopts Rules to Make Calling 911 Simpler

Over five years ago, Kari was murdered by her estranged husband in a Marshall, Texas hotel room. Her then-nine-year old daughter tried to call 911 four times, as she had been taught to do. But her calls for help never went through because the hotel’s phone system required guests to dial 9 before calling 911.