Seven members of an extended British family who made an unauthorized crossing into the U.S. from Canada are being held at a Pennsylvania detention center.
If a German radar manufacturer can light up America’s stealth fighter jets at an air show, perhaps it’s time to admit that stealth has lost its luster.
The man who blew through a mall in an SUV, wrecking several kiosks and storefronts and sending shoppers scattering, was charged with terrorism.
Just weeks after the 50th anniversary of the Woodstock music festival, over 300,000 people pledged to attend “Storm Area 51” in Nevada on September 20.
North Korea continued to ramp up its weapons demonstrations by firing two presumed short-range ballistic missiles into the sea.
The incidents occurring at our nation’s nuclear fuel fabrication plants warrant closer investigation by federal authorities.
At least three states have scanned millions of driver's license photos on behalf of ICE – without the drivers' knowledge or consent.
A Q&A session with US-Mexico Border expert (and In Homeland Security columnist) Sylvia Longmire – author of "Cartel" and "Border Insecurity."
With no domestic rare-earth processors, the United States currently relies on China for approximately 78 percent of its rare-earth elements processing.
Russian President Vladimir Putin told the annual military Victory Day parade on Thursday that the country will continue to strengthen its armed forces.