Attorney General William P. Barr ordered immigration judges to stop allowing some asylum seekers to post bail while they wait for their cases to be heard.
Facial recognition may help you get on a plane or cruise ship faster. Should you worry about your privacy?
Technology companies are working with travel providers and the federal government to install facial recognition systems at airports and cruise terminals.
Last week, the State Department announced that it was designating the Islamic Republic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) of Iran as a terrorist organization.
The attorney for a U.S. Coast Guard officer accused of plotting a terrorist attack has asked a federal judge to review his detention status.
The Department of Homeland Security is reportedly weighing whether or not to label fentanyl as a weapon of mass destruction.
India claims a MiG-21 pilot shot down a Pakistan F-16 fighter aircraft before his own aircraft was downed – but Pakistan's leadership denied this.
Former Massachusetts governor Bill Weld officially announced Monday that he will challenge President Trump for the 2020 Republican presidential nomination.
Most key questions over how these unmanned ships will be controlled, by who, and if they will be deployed independently have yet to be answered.
Last week, Canada’s federal Privacy Commissioner issued its decision in the 2017 Equifax data breach, citing several concerns with security safeguards against Equifax Canada and its US parent company, Equifax Inc.
It is clear that the current system of self-regulation and total immunization of social media platforms from any responsibility or consequence of the misuse of their platforms simply isn’t working.