Homeland Security Week brings together some of the nation's top national security, intelligence, and counterterrorism experts.
If you're planning to fly this summer, be prepared – new rules announced will affect you if you bring along your iPad or other large electronic device.
DHS report: “73 aviation workers with links to terrorism were either currently or recently employed at airports across the United States with access to secure and sterile areas.”
Identified as rogue aviation workers, these individuals are defined as a people who seek to "exploit their credentials, access, and knowledge of airport security procedures for personal gain or to inflict harm."
The recent deadly Fort Lauderdale airport attack highlights the need for travelers to be aware of their surroundings and plan for any contingencies.
Seventy-five firearms (67 loaded) were discovered last week in carry-on bags by Transportation Security Administration (TSA) officers around the nation.
This year, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and many airport authorities have worked hard to improve security processes and reduce the time travelers must wait in security lines.
The latest on the sentencing of a gunman who killed a federal transportation security officer and wounded three other people during a 2013 rampage at Los Angeles International Airport.