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NYT Homeland Press Releases
Mar 01, 2021

Mayorkas Vows to Replace Trump-Era Immigration Policies
On Monday, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas discussed efforts to revert immigration policies laid out by the Trump administration, including those involving children.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Feb 26, 2021

Thousands of Migrant Children Detained in Resumption of Trump-Era Policies
President Biden vowed to create a humane approach to immigration. But thousands of children who crossed the border alone are being confined in government shelters.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Feb 24, 2021

Vuelve ‘cambio climático' y sale ‘extranjero ilegal'. Con Biden cambia el lenguaje del gobierno
Con Trump se rehizo "la realidad a través del lenguaje", dijo una experta. La nueva gestión de la Casa Blanca está haciendo lo mismo.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Feb 24, 2021

The Words That Are In and Out With the Biden Administration
"The president has been clear to all of us — words matter, tone matters and civility matters," said Jen Psaki, the White House press secretary.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Feb 24, 2021

‘Climate Change' Is Back, ‘Illegal Alien' Is Out. New Administration Changes the Language of Government.
"The president has been clear to all of us — words matter, tone matters and civility matters," said Jen Psaki, the White House press secretary.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Feb 17, 2021

U.S. Seizes One Million More Counterfeit N95 Masks
Criminal charges are expected in the investigation, which brought the total number of seized masks to more than 11 million, the authorities said.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Feb 10, 2021

Millions of Counterfeit N95 Masks Were Bought in 5 States, U.S. Says
Many of the masks were clever fakes, stamped with the 3M logo and shipped in boxes that read, "Made in the U.S.A.," even though they were not made in the country or by 3M, according to federal investigators.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Feb 10, 2021

Undoing Trump's Anti-Immigrant Policies Will Mean Looking at the Fine Print
Hundreds of little-noticed but consequential revisions to the U.S. immigration system will remain in place unless President Biden's team specifically looks for — and roots out — the changes.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Feb 09, 2021

The Most Serious Security Risk Facing the United States
Nicole Perlroth's "This Is How They Tell Me the World Ends" looks at the history of cyberattacks and why they are only likely to get worse.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Feb 05, 2021

Muddled Intelligence Hampered Response to Capitol Riot
New details about what authorities anticipated on Jan. 6 highlight failures to grasp the degree of the threat from pro-Trump right-wing extremists.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Feb 04, 2021

Mexican Law Halts U.S. From Turning Back Some Migrant Families
Because of a recent law that prohibits the detention of immigrant children and families, Mexico has stopped accepting such families from South Texas.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Feb 03, 2021

Trump Loyalists Across Homeland Security Could Vex Biden's Immigration Policies
President Biden and his new secretary of homeland security are already facing resistance from immigration agents empowered by Donald J. Trump to take their gloves off.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Feb 02, 2021

Mayorkas Sworn In as Secretary of Homeland Security
Alejandro N. Mayorkas was sworn in as homeland security secretary on Tuesday, making him the first Latino and the first immigrant to hold the position.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Feb 02, 2021

Biden Inherits Family Separation Crisis From Trump
President Biden will form a task force to reunite migrant families separated at the border under a Trump-era policy. Families want restitution, mental health services and green cards as compensation.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Feb 02, 2021

Biden to Sign 3 Orders That Will Roll Back Trump's Immigration Agenda
One executive order aims to reunite migrant families separated at the southern border. The others authorize a wholesale review of the former president's immigration policies.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Feb 02, 2021

Biden's Executive Orders: President to Sign 3 Rolling Back Trump's Immigration Agenda
One executive order aims to reunite migrant families separated at the southern border. The others authorize a wholesale review of the former president's immigration policies.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Feb 01, 2021

Biden Faces Pressure to Make Amends on Family Separation
Restitution, mental health services and legal permanent residency are among the demands for compensation to families harmed by the Trump-era border policy.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Feb 01, 2021

Trump Official's Last-Day Deal With ICE Union Ties Biden's Hands
A whistle-blower accused Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II of an abuse of power in making sweeping concessions to pro-Trump Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jan 30, 2021

How Trump's Focus on Antifa Distracted Attention From the Far-Right Threat
Federal law enforcement shifted resources last year in response to Donald Trump's insistence that the radical left endangered the country. Meanwhile, right-wing extremism was building ominously.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jan 27, 2021

U.S. faces heightened threats from violent domestic extremists after Capitol attack, Homeland Security says.


NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jan 27, 2021

Extremists Emboldened by Capitol Attack Pose Rising Threat, Homeland Security Says
The warning was a notable departure for a Department of Homeland Security accused of being reluctant during the Trump administration to publish intelligence reports or public warnings about the dangers posed by extremists and white supremacist groups.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jan 27, 2021

The U.S. faces heightened threats from violent domestic extremists in the wake of the Capitol breach, D.H.S. says.
The attack may have encouraged domestic extremists to target elected officials and government facilities, according to a national terrorism warning.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jan 27, 2021

Biden Team Rushes to Take Over Government, and Oust Trump Loyalists
President Biden named nearly all of his cabinet secretaries and their immediate deputies before he took office, but his real grasp on the levers of power has come several layers down.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jan 27, 2021

Biden Appoints New Cabinet Secretaries, Ousting Trump Loyalists
President Biden named nearly all of his cabinet secretaries and their immediate deputies before he took office, but his real grasp on the levers of power has come several layers down.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jan 26, 2021

Judge Blocks 100-Day Pause on Deportation, a Blow to Biden's Immigration Agenda
A court in Texas issued a 14-day nationwide temporary restraining order sought by the state's attorney general that would prevent carrying out the policy, which was issued within hours of the president's inauguration.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jan 25, 2021

Biden Lifts Transgender Military Ban
The president's order, reversing a Trump administration policy, creates opportunities for young people whose dreams of serving in the military had been sidetracked.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jan 19, 2021

Alejandro Mayorkas Is Questioned on Immigration Policy
Looming over the hearing was what to do about the country's strained immigration laws as senators grilled Alejandro N. Mayorkas about white supremacy, immigration and the border wall.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jan 19, 2021

‘Will Not Happen Again': Mayorkas Vows to Keep Capitol Safe
Alejandro N. Mayorkas, the secretary of homeland security nominee, said he would work to ensure that the U.S is protected from domestic threats and another attack on the Capitol.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jan 15, 2021

Has Trump's Reckoning Come Too Late?
Finally the world agrees that Trump is exactly the man his fiercest critics said he was. But has the reckoning come too late?

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jan 14, 2021

Trump and Aides Drove Family Separation at Border, Documents Say
Notes and testimony from a Justice Department official implicate President Trump and White House aides in the "zero tolerance" policy that led to family separations at the border.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jan 13, 2021

F.B.I. Urges Police Chiefs Across U.S. to Be On High Alert for Threats
A joint intelligence bulletin warned that the deadly breach at the Capitol will be a "significant driver of violence" ahead of the inauguration of President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jan 13, 2021

Amid Riot Chaos, Some National Security Leaders Are Absent From View
The Trump administration's response to the attack, incited by the president, has lacked broad reassurances to a country on edge.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jan 13, 2021

More Arrests Made Amid New Calls for Investigation of Capitol Attack
Democratic lawmakers also demanded answers about visitors to the Capitol a day before the riot.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jan 13, 2021

Biden to Restore Homeland Security and Cybersecurity Aides to Senior White House Posts
The two appointments illustrate how the president-elect appears determined to rebuild a White House national security team to focus on threats that critics say were ignored by President Trump.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jan 12, 2021

‘Fue un fracaso': los errores que desencadenaron el asalto al Capitolio
La mala planificación entre una serie de agencias gubernamentales y una multitud inquieta alentada por el presidente Trump prepararon el escenario para lo impensable.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jan 10, 2021

How a String of Failures Led to the Capitol Siege
Poor planning among a constellation of government agencies and a restive crowd encouraged by President Trump set the stage for the unthinkable.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jan 07, 2021

Did the Capitol Attack Break Trump's Spell?
Either the beginning of the end for Trump, or America.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jan 06, 2021

Hacking ‘Likely' Came From Russia, US Says
The operation is "ongoing" nearly a month after it was uncovered, according to four government agencies that described the hacking as an intelligence-gathering effort.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jan 02, 2021

As Understanding of Russian Hacking Grows, So Does Alarm
Those behind the widespread intrusion into government and corporate networks exploited seams in U.S. defenses and gave away nothing to American monitoring of their systems.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Dec 30, 2020

Más rutas marítimas, túneles y drones: los cárteles mexicanos se adaptaron a la COVID-19
Las brutales organizaciones de tráfico de drogas, al igual que las empresas legítimas, batallaron con las restricciones de los gobiernos que imponían cierres fronterizos y limitaciones de viaje. Y tuvieron que ser creativos.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Dec 29, 2020

Hit Hard by the Pandemic, Mexico's Drug Cartels Tweaked Their Playbook
The brutal cartels, like legitimate companies, struggled as governments imposed border closures and lockdowns, and had to get creative.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Dec 21, 2020

Scope of Russian Hacking Becomes Clear: Multiple U.S. Agencies Were Hit
The Pentagon, intelligence agencies, nuclear labs and Fortune 500 companies use software that was found to have been compromised by Russian hackers. The sweep of stolen data is still being assessed.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Dec 20, 2020

Trump Administration Is Criticized Over Proposal to Split Cyberoperations Leadership
As the government grapples with a vast hack, the Pentagon is weighing whether to separate management of the National Security Agency from the United States Cyber Command.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Dec 17, 2020

More Hacking Attacks Found, Officials Warn of Risk to U.S. Government
Minutes after the government statement, President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. warned that his administration would impose "substantial costs" on those responsible. President Trump has been silent on the hacking.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Dec 17, 2020

More Hacking Attacks Found
The warning, from the Department of Homeland Security's cybersecurity arm, indicated that hackers had found another line of attack to enter systems used by the government and Fortune 500 companies.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Dec 16, 2020

Billions Spent on U.S. Defenses Failed to Detect Giant Russian Hack
The broad Russian espionage attack on the U.S. government and private companies, underway since spring and detected only a few weeks ago, is among the greatest intelligence failures of modern times.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Dec 16, 2020

Billions Spent on U.S. Cyberdefenses Failed to Detect Giant Russian Hack
The broad Russian espionage attack on the U.S. government and private companies, underway since spring and detected only a few weeks ago, is among the greatest intelligence failures of modern times.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Dec 15, 2020

Scope of Russian Hack Becomes Clear: Multiple U.S. Agencies Were Hit
The Pentagon, intelligence agencies, nuclear labs and Fortune 500 companies use software that was found to have been compromised by Russian hackers. The sweep of stolen data is still being assessed.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Dec 14, 2020

Families at Border Present Familiar Test for Biden's Homeland Security Pick
The Biden administration will be expected to balance demands for more lenient policies with moderates' concerns that any show of tolerance could lead to more illegal migration.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Dec 14, 2020

Russian Hack, Undetected Since Spring, Upends Government Agencies
The Pentagon, intelligence agencies, nuclear labs and Fortune 500 companies use software that was found to have been compromised by Russian hackers. The sweep of stolen data is still being assessed.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Dec 13, 2020

Russian Hackers Broke Into Federal Agencies, U.S. Officials Suspect
In one of the most sophisticated and perhaps largest hacks in more than five years, email systems were breached at the Treasury and Commerce Departments. Other breaches are under investigation.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Dec 10, 2020

Joe Biden's Cabinet and Advisers: His Picks So Far
The makeup of President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr.'s inner circle is becoming clearer as the transition to his administration begins.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Dec 09, 2020

‘Juegan con nuestras vidas': ¿Qué va a pasar con los ‘dreamers' del DACA?
Un juez le ordenó al gobierno de Trump restablecer las protecciones para los jóvenes inmigrantes que fueron llevados a Estados Unidos cuando eran niños. Pero su situación sigue siendo precaria.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Dec 08, 2020

Biden's National Security Team Offers a Sharp Turn. But in Which Direction?
The picks are a repudiation of President Trump's isolationism, but they will have to resolve tensions between an Obama-era approach and the "fresh thinking" the president-elect says he wants.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Dec 05, 2020

‘They're Playing With Our Lives': What Happens Next for DACA's ‘Dreamers'
A judge ordered the Trump administration to reinstate protections for young immigrants brought to the country as children. But their status remains precarious.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Dec 03, 2020

Cyberattacks Discovered on Vaccine Distribution Operations
IBM has found that companies and governments have been targeted by unknown attackers, prompting a warning from the Homeland Security Department.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Dec 02, 2020

Women in ‘Birth Tourism' Ring Had 119 Babies on Long Island, Officials Say
Six people were charged in federal court with bilking Medicaid of $2.1 million and taking $750,000 from pregnant women in Turkey seeking to give birth in the United States.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Nov 28, 2020

Top Contenders for Biden's Cabinet Draw Fire From All Sides
Lists of names of those the president-elect is said to be considering are flying across Washington, prompting lawmakers and interest groups to raise questions about some top contenders.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Nov 27, 2020

Joe Biden's Cabinet: Here's Whom He's Picked So Far
The makeup of President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr.'s inner circle is becoming clearer as the transition to his administration begins.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Nov 25, 2020

Joe Biden's Cabinet: Here's Who He's Picked So Far
The makeup of President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr.'s inner circle is becoming clearer as the transition to his administration begins.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Nov 25, 2020

Biden Announces Cabinet Picks, Calling Them an ‘Incredible Team'
On Tuesday, President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. introduced his nominees for crucial foreign policy and national security roles during a public address.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Nov 23, 2020

Biden Nominates Alejandro Mayorkas to Lead Homeland Security Dept.
Alejandro N. Mayorkas, a former deputy homeland security secretary, would be tasked with restoring faith in a department that carried out the Trump immigration agenda.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Nov 23, 2020

Biden Nominates Cuban-Born Lawyer to Lead Homeland Security Dept.
Alejandro N. Mayorkas, a former deputy homeland security secretary, would be tasked with restoring faith in a department that carried out the Trump immigration agenda.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Nov 23, 2020

Biden nominará a la primera mujer para liderar la comunidad de inteligencia y al primer latino para dirigir Seguridad Nacional
John Kerry, el exsecretario de Estado, será el zar del clima, según el equipo de transición del presidente electo Biden.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Nov 23, 2020

Biden Will Nominate First Woman to Lead Intelligence and First Latino to Run Homeland Security
John Kerry, the former secretary of state, will be the climate czar, signaling the new administration's commitment to fighting climate change.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Nov 23, 2020

Biden Will Nominate First Women to Lead Treasury and Intelligence, and First Latino to Run Homeland Security
John Kerry, the former secretary of state, will be the international climate czar, signaling the new administration's commitment to fighting climate change.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Nov 19, 2020

Trump's Mean Policies
A succession of Trump policies reflected the administration's spite and heartlessness.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Nov 19, 2020

The Mean Season Nears Its End
A succession of Trump policies reflected the administration's spite and heartlessness.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Nov 19, 2020

Four Years of the Trump Administration in Court. One Word Stuck in My Head.
A succession of Trump policies reflected the administration's spite and heartlessness.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Nov 17, 2020

Trump Fires Christopher Krebs, Election Cybersecurity Official
Mr. Krebs had overseen election cybersecurity efforts, and had joined other officials in declaring the 2020 election "the most secure in American history."

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Nov 17, 2020

Trump Fires Christopher Krebs, Official Who Disputed Election Fraud Claims
Mr. Krebs had overseen election cybersecurity efforts, and had joined other officials in declaring the 2020 election "the most secure in American history."

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Nov 15, 2020

Biden Faces Early Test With Immigration and Homeland Security After Trump
The Department of Homeland Security was molded in President Trump's image, and not just on immigration policy. President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. will have work to do to remake it.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Nov 14, 2020

Trump's Shuffling of the Pentagon Makes for a Rough Transition
Trump shuffles the Pentagon leadership, raising anxieties more.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Nov 14, 2020

As if We Didn't Have Enough to Worry About …
Trump shuffles the Pentagon leadership, raising anxieties more.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Nov 13, 2020

Christopher Krebs Hasn't Been Fired, Yet
Mr. Krebs's government agency contradicted President Trump's false claims that the election was rigged. At this point, Mr. Krebs, a former Microsoft executive, still has a job.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Nov 13, 2020

Mr. President, Pack Your Bags and Be Gone
Trump wants to preserve, protect and defend only himself.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Nov 12, 2020

Election Officials Directly Contradict Trump on Voting System Fraud
A group of federal, state and local officials working with a Department of Homeland Security agency declared flatly that the election was the most secure in the nation's history.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Nov 09, 2020

U.S. Tried a More Aggressive Cyberstrategy, and the Feared Attacks Never Came
The 2020 election was the biggest test yet of a new approach of pre-emptive action against adversaries trying to hack election infrastructure or wage disinformation campaigns.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Nov 03, 2020

Despite Fears of Violence, Election Day Proceeds Smoothly as Millions Line Up to Vote
There were reports of robocalls providing misinformation meant to keep people from the polls, but none of the widespread intimidation that had been feared.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Nov 02, 2020

In the Trump Campaign, Government Agencies and Officials Have Often Provided Help
The sustained effort by President Trump, members of his cabinet and other officials to use the powers of incumbency has gone far beyond anything done by his predecessors.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Oct 30, 2020

Estados Unidos toma previsiones ante las potenciales amenazas contra las elecciones
En los días previos a la elección presidencial, los funcionarios electorales y los expertos en ciberseguridad monitorean los diversos métodos que podrían usar los gobiernos extranjeros y grupos de piratas informáticos para interferir.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Oct 29, 2020

Trump's Hard-Line Immigration Policies Go Before Voters
The administration has raced to build the president's promised border wall and block migrants from entering the United States, but the future of those policies will be determined by the election.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Oct 28, 2020

‘Perception Hacks' and Other Potential Threats to the Election
In the final days of voting, election officials and cybersecurity experts are keeping a close eye on a range of possible ways foreign governments and other hackers could interfere.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Oct 28, 2020

Who Is Miles Taylor?
A lifelong Republican and a former top official at the Department of Homeland Security, Mr. Taylor took a leave of absence from his job at Google this summer to campaign for Joseph R. Biden Jr.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Oct 28, 2020

Miles Taylor, exfuncionario de Seguridad Nacional, revela que era ‘Anonymous'
El exfuncionario, cuyas críticas al presidente Trump en un artículo de opinión en The New York Times, y en un libro posterior, sacudieron a Washington y enfurecieron a Trump, renunció al gobierno el año pasado y apoya a Joe Biden desde este verano.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Oct 28, 2020

Miles Taylor, a Former Homeland Security Official, Reveals He Was ‘Anonymous'
Mr. Taylor, whose criticisms of President Trump in a New York Times Op-Ed article and subsequent book, roiled Washington and infuriated Mr. Trump, resigned from the administration last year and endorsed Joe Biden this summer.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Oct 25, 2020

Border Patrol Agents Fatally Shoot Driver in Texas
The driver was shot in Laredo on Friday after he reversed his car into an agent and refused orders to stop, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Oct 24, 2020

New Visa Limits Would Be a Self-Inflicted Wound for the U.S.
The Trump administration wants to make it harder for foreign students, exchange visitors and journalists.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Oct 24, 2020

New Visas Limits Would Be a Self-Inflicted Wound for the U.S.
The Trump administration wants to make it harder for foreign students, exchange visitors and journalists.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Oct 24, 2020

Far-Right Groups Are Behind Most U.S. Terrorist Attacks, Report Finds
White supremacist groups have carried out a majority of "terrorist plots and attacks" this year, according to a report by a think tank, the Center for Strategic and International Studies.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Oct 22, 2020

Los padres de 545 niños separados en la frontera no han podido ser encontrados
Un nuevo informe muestra cientos de casos en los que no se puede localizar a los padres deportados de niños migrantes que fueron arrebatados de sus familias en la frontera con Estados Unidos.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Oct 21, 2020

Parents of 545 Children Separated at the Border Cannot Be Found
A new report shows hundreds of cases in which the deported parents of migrant children who were taken from their families cannot be located.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Oct 19, 2020

Supreme Court to Review 2 of Trump's Major Immigration Policies
Lower courts had ruled that both policies — one requiring asylum seekers to stay in Mexico, the other diverting money for a border wall — were unlawful.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Oct 19, 2020

Supreme Court to Review Trump's ‘Remain in Mexico' Asylum Program
A federal appeals court had ruled that the policy violated federal and international law.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Oct 16, 2020

A Regulatory Rush by Federal Agencies to Secure Trump's Legacy
With the president's re-election in doubt, cabinet departments are scrambling to finish dozens of new rules affecting millions of Americans.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Oct 09, 2020

‘Tenemos que separar a los niños': cómo unos funcionarios impulsaron la política de separación de familias en EE. UU.
Altos funcionarios del Departamento de Justicia fueron "una fuerza impulsora" detrás de la política migratoria más controversial del presidente Trump, según un borrador del informe de investigación.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Oct 06, 2020

‘We Need to Take Away Children,' No Matter How Young, Justice Dept. Officials Said
Top department officials were "a driving force" behind President Trump's child separation policy, a draft investigation report said.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Oct 06, 2020

Delayed Homeland Security Report Warns of ‘Lethal' White Supremacy
An annual assessment that a whistle-blower said was withheld for months did not hold back on the threat from violent extremists and tagged Russia as the primary source of disinformation.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Oct 05, 2020

For the Secret Service, a New Question: Who Will Protect Them From Trump?
Central to the job is a willingness to say yes to the president no matter what he asks. Now, that means subjecting an agent's health to the whims of a contagious president.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Oct 02, 2020

Homeland Security Considered Snooping on Portland Protesters' Cellphones
The House Intelligence Committee says one agency within the Department of Homeland Security asked another to extract data from cellphones seized from protesters.

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