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Explosion Reported at NYC Subway Stations; One Suspect in Custody

An explosion at two of New York’s busiest subway stations Monday morning led to a rush-hour evacuation of the stations and the Port Authority Bus Terminal.

Border Patrol Agent’s Death Renews Trump’s Call for Border Wall

One Border Patrol agent was killed and another injured while they were on patrol Sunday. Trump responded by renewing his call for an expanded border wall.

Annual Homeland Security Week Conference Opens Today in Washington

The 12th annual Homeland Security Week Conference opens today in Washington, D.C., with a full slate of speakers, presentations and exhibitors.

Would a US Troop Withdrawal from South Korea Reduce the Nuclear War Threat?

Removing U.S. Army troops from the Korean Peninsula and negotiating with North Korea should prevent a devastating ICBM nuclear threat to the U.S.

President Trump Signs New Veterans Disability Bill at American Legion's National Convention

On August 23, President Trump spoke at The American Legion’s 99th National Convention. Trump signed the Veterans Appeals Improvement and Modernization Act.

Should We Expect Long Security Lines at Airports This Holiday Season?

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.

Trump Administration Faces Diverse Foreign Policy Challenges

The Trump administration must cope with multiple geopolitical conflicts and foreign policy challenges, whether Trump likes it or not.

Drone Technology Creating Exciting Career Opportunities

A career that involves drone technology is worth considering, especially since new FAA rules are expected to create 100,000 new jobs in this field.

Trump Enters the Presidency and Inherits New Political Realities

Mr. Trump comes into office inheriting political realities that are not of his own making – just like every previous president before him.

Post-Election Protests May Be a Troubling New Phenomenon in U.S. Politics

One week after Donald Trump’s upset victory in the 2016 presidential election, demonstrators across the country – many of them too young to vote – continue to take to the streets protesting the outcome.