In this inaugural episode of the AMU Disaster Crew podcast, we speak with with Sylvia Longmire about how COVID-19 is affecting life at the US-Mexico border.
Authorities are investigating interference with police radio communications, websites and networks used by law enforcement during recent U.S. protests.
With the ability to search databases in the billions, facial recognition software may have a major impact on combating human trafficking.
Former Sinaloa cartel kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzmán is a few months away from his trial date. His lawyers are looking for creative ways to postpone it.
Homeland Security Week Day One featured an examination of how intelligence agencies and police departments are expanding the ways they gather and share intelligence.
Several elected officials and faith leaders on Monday called for an investigation into the way police arrested and incarcerated protesters at a suburban St. Louis mall, with many referring to the altercation as a "police riot."
The shootings of police officers in Texas and Missouri on Sunday were the latest in what law enforcement officials say is an alarming spike in ambush-style attacks.
Tension flared anew on the Dakota Access pipeline as protesters tried to push past a long-blocked bridge on a state highway, only to be turned back by a line of law enforcement using water cannon and what appeared to be tear gas.
Unjustified killings by police officers has plagued the United States over the past decade. Does this trend pose a threat to our national security?
Police in Dallas were the first in the nation to use a robot to deliver and detonate a bomb to kill a suspect, will other cities follow suit?