The Department of Justice announced that 12 former and current TSA (Transportation Safety Administration) employees were indicted for smuggling 20 tons, or $100 million worth of cocaine out of Puerto Rico over the course of an 18-year operation, get the full story in this short video.
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Founded two months after 9/11, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) turned 15 years old this month.
A bipartisan group of Members of Congress have introduced legislation in the House and Senate that would make it easier for those with felony criminal histories to secure employment with the government or federal contractors by prohibiting asking applicants about their criminal history until transmission of a conditional offer of employment.
For five years, the Drug Enforcement Administration recruited and payed “voluntary” sources from Amtrak, airline companies, and parcel companies to search through luggage and mail for illegal items they could turn in for cash rewards.
Last week the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) announced the results of Operation Cyber Juice, a global operation targeting the trade of anabolic steroids and other performance-enhancing drugs.
The Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee welcomed its four-legged friends to the Hill today to demonstrate their talents in the Dogs of DHS: How Canine Programs Contribute to Homeland Security hearing.
This week, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) lifted its ban on laptops and other large electronic devices on non-stop flights from 10 Muslim-majority countries.
As Congress works to determine if and how to fund the government past the conclusion of the fiscal year on September 30, employee groups sent a letter to Capitol Hill leaders warning them to stop discussing changes to the Thrift Savings Plan (TSP).
Decisive action by passengers aboard a European train travelling between Amsterdam and Paris saved the lives of many in the face of a gunman armed with an AK-47 rifle, a handgun, explosives and a box cutter.
The confluence of a lack of progress on annual appropriations and a political battle over federal funding for women’s health organization Planned Parenthood is threatening to shut the government down after September 30 for the second time in two years.
The head of security for the Transportation Security Administration, Kelly Hoggan, was removed from office after a House Committee on Oversight hearing on the agency’s management uncovered suspicious practices.
A four-day operation in the Los Angeles area by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) resulted in the arrest of over 240 criminal aliens and other individuals who pose a threat to public safety.
September is National Preparedness Month, and Ready gov is encouraging everyone to participate by making a plan for how to stay safe and communicate during the disasters.
Last week, Deputy Attorney General Sally Quillian Yates announced a new policy on the use of cell-site simulators, a/k/a/ “Stingrays” across Justice Department components.
The visit of Pope Francis to Washington, Philadelphia, and New York has been designated a National Special Security Event (NSSE), requiring significant planning and coordination by federal, state, and local law enforcement officials.
The U.S. Secret Service has received a digital facelift, announcing last week a new website and mobile application.