Guest Contributor, In Homeland Security
As President Obama enters the final two years of his eight-year presidency, he does so with an opposing 114th Congress, where both chambers have a Republican Party majority.
By William Tucker
Chief Correspondent for In Homeland Security
A representative for the U.S. Embassy in Ankara, Turkey stated Feb. 19 that the U.S. and Turkey had finally come to terms on training and arming Syrian rebels after months of discussion.
By Jerry Markon
The Washington Post
The Department of Homeland Security is rethinking its plan to build a massive headquarters in Southeast Washington and has proposed a new approach that would cut costs by nearly 20 percent while bringing thousands more employees to the site, according to documents and federal officials.
The headquarters complex — to be built on the grounds of St.