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NYT Homeland Press Releases
Dec 05, 2022

Real ID Deadline for Domestic Fliers is Extended. Again.
After years of delays, security-enhanced driver's licenses and other updated identification requirements were set to be mandatory next spring. Now the government is giving you another two years.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Dec 02, 2022

World War III Begins With Forgetting
As the last generation that remembers full-scale global war is disappearing, the United States may be stumbling into a catastrophe.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Dec 02, 2022

The Questions to Ask Before World War III
As the last generation that remembers full-scale global war is disappearing, the United States may be stumbling into a catastrophe.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Dec 02, 2022

Can America Really Envision World War III?
As the last generation that remembers full-scale global war is disappearing, the United States may be stumbling into a catastrophe.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Dec 01, 2022

Biden Administration Considers Migrant Restrictions Similar to Trump Policies
If adopted, the new prohibitions on who can request asylum could be paired with new procedures to allow migrants to come to the United States legally, according to people familiar with the plan.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Nov 29, 2022

Supreme Court Weighs Reviving Biden Immigration Guidelines
The justices wrestled with questions about states' standing to sue, whether the guidelines were lawful and the limits of judicial power over immigration.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Nov 26, 2022

The Republican Party and the Scourge of Extremist Violence
A fight for the soul of the G.O.P. is underway, and it has consequences for everyone.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Nov 15, 2022

House Republicans Grill Homeland Security Chief About Border Crisis
The hearing further solidified the expectation that the secretary, Alejandro N. Mayorkas, will continue to hear threats of impeachment if the G.O.P. wins the majority in the House.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Nov 12, 2022

Embattled Top Border Official Resigns Under Pressure
Chris Magnus initially refused to step down as the head of Customs and Border Protection. He had taken the helm of the agency amid a dramatic spike in illegal immigration.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Nov 11, 2022

Chris Magnus, Top Border Official, Says He Was Asked to Resign
The Customs and Border Protection commissioner, Chris Magnus, has refused to step down, exposing conflicts at the Homeland Security Department over how to manage a high number of illegal border crossings.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Nov 11, 2022

Top Border Official Says He Was Asked to Resign
The commissioner, Chris Magnus, has refused to step down amid criticism over his agency's lack of accountability.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Nov 06, 2022

Abrupt New Border Expulsions Split Venezuelan Families
The government expanded a pandemic-related expulsion policy in a bid to curb Venezuelan migration. Some families were caught on both sides of the border.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Nov 03, 2022

Suspect in Pelosi Attack Was in the US Illegally, Officials Say
David DePape, a Canadian, legally entered the United States in 2008. He faces several state and federal charges after the authorities say he broke into Speaker Nancy Pelosi's home and assaulted her husband.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Nov 03, 2022

NY Immigration Court Backlogs May Grow With New Migrant Influx
Immigration courts in New York State already had a backlog of 180,000 cases, before 21,000 new migrants arrived this summer.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Nov 02, 2022

How the Right Became the Left and the Left Became the Right
A pair of prominent headlines highlight the reversals.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Oct 25, 2022

El Paso revela la crisis migratoria de Estados Unidos
La ciudad fronteriza, de tendencia demócrata y de mayoría latina, ha estado enviando autobuses a otros lugares de Estados Unidos. Las razones no son políticas.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Oct 24, 2022

El Paso ha intentado ayudar a los migrantes. Pero son demasiados
La ciudad fronteriza, de tendencia demócrata y de mayoría latina, ha estado enviando autobuses a otros lugares de Estados Unidos. Las razones no son políticas.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Oct 21, 2022

Illegal Border Crossings by Venezuelans Plunge in the Face of New Policies
The number of Venezuelans entering the United States illegally dropped from about 1,200 a day to 150 in the first days after the Biden administration rolled out the new policies.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Oct 20, 2022

A Town With a Heart, but Few Options, for Migrants
It's fruitless to lecture El Paso about the hardship of receiving buses. The government sent it hundreds upon hundreds of people every day.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Oct 13, 2022

As Immigration Issue Looms, Biden Officials Turn Eye to Latin America
Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken, just back from South America, met again with his Mexican counterpart.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Oct 11, 2022

Christina Bobb, a Trump Lawyer, Is Under Justice Dept. Scrutiny
Christina Bobb is a former Marine and a fervent believer that the 2020 election was stolen from Donald J. Trump. She went to work for him and quickly found herself enmeshed in an obstruction investigation.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Oct 11, 2022

She Went Out on a Limb for Trump. Now She's Under Justice Dept. Scrutiny.
Christina Bobb is a former Marine and a fervent believer that the 2020 election was stolen from Donald J. Trump. She went to work for him and quickly found herself enmeshed in an obstruction investigation.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Oct 11, 2022

How Trump Helped Make Busing Migrants a Republican Tactic
The idea of sending new arrivals to left-leaning areas circulated in conservative circles for years. It gained traction under Donald J. Trump, and now Republican governors have put it into practice.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Sep 27, 2022

Biden Is Hoping Small Changes Go a Long Way on Immigration
The United States has started to allow people to apply for asylum under a new process that the secretary of homeland security hopes can help fix the current "very broken system."

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Sep 24, 2022

The School Shooting Is Fake. Can It Prepare an Officer for a Real One?
A $50 million facility in upstate New York is trying to teach officers the thing they'll need most during the next mass shooting: bravery.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Sep 12, 2022

U.S. Returns Rare Coin Minted by Jews During Rebellion From Rome
The silver quarter shekel, estimated to be worth as much as $1 million, was minted in the first century by Jews who created it as a statement of sovereignty during the uprising known as The Great Revolt.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Sep 07, 2022

skifsBiden Administration Has Admitted One Million Migrants to Await Hearings
The presence of asylum seekers in the United States is both a humanitarian challenge and a political flash point in a divided country.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Sep 06, 2022

Biden Administration Has Admitted One Million Migrants to Await Hearings
The presence of asylum seekers in the United States is both a humanitarian challenge and a political flash point in a divided country.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Aug 24, 2022

Biden Names Kim Cheatle to Lead Secret Service
Ms. Cheatle, who protected Mr. Biden as vice president, will be the second woman to lead the agency, which has recently weathered a series of scandals.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Aug 16, 2022

Top Democrats Accuse Homeland Security Watchdog of Blocking Testimony in Jan. 6 Inquiry
The Department of Homeland Security's inspector general is under criticism for his handling of an investigation into missing Secret Service text messages from around the time of the Capitol attack.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Aug 12, 2022

Getty to Return Three Major Sculptures to Italy
"Orpheus and the Sirens" will be sent back in September, with other ancient artworks to follow.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Aug 08, 2022

U.S. Returns 30 Looted Antiquities to Cambodia
At a ceremony in Manhattan, federal officials said the artifacts had been stolen by organized looters who sold them through an art dealer who was later indicted on smuggling charges.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Aug 08, 2022

Investigators Say Collector Had Suspect Art and Lots of Chutzpah
The investigators say Georges Lotfi invited them to his storage space because he did not think they would suspect that the antiquities he kept there were stolen, an accusation he denies.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Aug 03, 2022

Democrat Seeks Inspector General Inquiry Into Pentagon's Missing Jan. 6 Texts
Messages from the phones of top Trump administration officials at the Defense Department who were involved in the response to the Capitol riot appear to have been erased.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Aug 01, 2022

Man Who Posed as Federal Agent, Duping Secret Service, Pleads Guilty
Arian Taherzadeh masqueraded as a Secret Service agent for years and cozied up to several members by providing them with tens of thousands of dollars in gifts, federal prosecutors said.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Aug 01, 2022

Democrats Seek Testimony on Secret Service Texts, Alleging Cover-Up
The leaders of two House committees told the Department of Homeland Security's inspector general that they had developed "grave new concerns over your lack of transparency and independence."

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Aug 01, 2022

Top Democrats, Alleging Cover-Up, Seek Testimony on Secret Service Texts
The leaders of two House committees told the Department of Homeland Security's inspector general that they had developed "grave new concerns over your lack of transparency and independence."

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jul 21, 2022

Service Service Asked to Stop Investigating Jan. 6 Texts Amid Criminal Inquiry
The Homeland Security Department's inspector general told the Secret Service to halt its internal investigation into how phone records from around Jan. 6 were purged.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jul 21, 2022

Supreme Court Refuses for Now to Restore Biden Plan on Immigration Enforcement
A federal judge in Texas has blocked guidelines setting priorities for Immigrations and Customs Enforcement agents, saying they were at odds with the immigration laws.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jul 21, 2022

2 Are Indicted in Human Smuggling Case That Left 53 Dead in Texas
Two men from Texas could face the death penalty after a tractor-trailer carrying dead migrants was found on the outskirts of San Antonio last month.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jul 19, 2022

Secret Service Says Some Missing Jan. 6 Texts Are Unlikely to Be Recovered
The House committee investigating the attack on the Capitol had subpoenaed text messages from the agents' phones and other materials.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jul 16, 2022

Jan. 6 Panel Issues Subpoena to Secret Service in Hunt for Text Messages
The House committee is seeking messages that an inspector general for the Department of Homeland Security said had been erased.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jul 14, 2022

Secret Service Text Messages Around Jan. 6 Were Erased, Inspector General Says
The disclosure drew concern from the House committee investigating the attack, which has heard testimony that President Donald J. Trump wanted agents to take him to the Capitol that day.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jul 06, 2022

Disinformation Has Become Another Untouchable Problem in Washington
Numerous federal agencies agree that widely promoted falsehoods threaten the nation's security. Doing something about them is another matter.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jun 27, 2022

Ed Gonzalez, Biden's Long-Stalled Nominee to Lead ICE, Withdraws
His 14-month nomination was ensnared by immigration politics and allegations of domestic abuse, and his departure is another blow to the Biden administration on an issue where it has struggled.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jun 25, 2022

Court Widens Scope of Deportations
The Biden administration had instructed ICE agents to focus on immigrants who were considered a threat. But a judge's order means millions more could now be targeted for deportation.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jun 25, 2022

Millions Vulnerable to Deportation After Policy Is Suspended
The Biden administration had instructed ICE agents to focus on immigrants who were considered a threat. But a judge's order means millions more could now be targeted for deportation.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jun 25, 2022

Agents Are Blocked From Using Discretion in Deportation Arrests
The Biden administration had instructed ICE agents to focus on immigrants who were considered a threat. But a judge's order means millions more could now be targeted for deportation.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jun 16, 2022

Homeland Security Department Will Make Changes to Its Disciplinary Process
The announcement comes as Congress investigates the removal of damaging findings from reports on domestic violence and sexual misconduct by department employees.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jun 10, 2022

Biden and Latin American Leaders Announce Migration Deal
President Biden is trying to confront repeated surges of migrants at the U.S. border by casting the issue as a problem for the entire region, not just the United States.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jun 10, 2022

Biden and Latin American Leaders to Announce Migration Deal
President Biden is trying to confront repeated surges of migrants at the U.S. border by casting them as a problem for the entire region, not just the United States.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
May 26, 2022

U.S. to Begin Allowing Migrants to Apply for Asylum Under a New System
The rollout of the process for some arrivals at the southwestern border will be small, but could represent the tip of broad changes to the asylum system.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
May 19, 2022

Thousands of Migrants Have Been Waiting for Months to Enter U.S.
People from around the world have been lingering on the border, awaiting the end of pandemic restrictions. Their fate remains one of the Biden administration's biggest challenges on immigration.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
May 18, 2022

DHS Suspends Its New Disinformation Board, Following Criticism
The Department of Homeland Security suspended the work of a panel focused on the subject of disinformation. The group had provoked accusations of government overreach.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
May 10, 2022

D.H.S. Watchdog Said Damaging Findings Removed From Reports Were Already Known
Two House committees were so concerned by the explanation that they requested an array of internal documents related to the reports on sexual misconduct and domestic violence.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
May 02, 2022

In Homeland Security, Partisan Fight Breaks Out Over Disinformation Board
The board, an advisory group with the Department of Homeland Security, has become embroiled in the debate over the government's role in policing online content.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Apr 30, 2022

They Grew Up Legally in the U.S., but Can't Stay After They Turn 21
Children of temporary visa holders who can't gain permanent residency are one of several groups urging the Biden administration to act on an immigration overhaul.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Apr 28, 2022

Republicans Blame Homeland Security Secretary for Spike in Migration
Congressional hearings this week offered a preview of Republican attacks on the Biden administration's immigration policies as the midterm elections approach.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Apr 21, 2022

G.O.P. Memo Shows Plan to Attack Democrats on Immigration
A document prepared by Representative Jim Jordan of Ohio shows how Republicans plan to weaponize the issue of immigration as part of their midterm campaign strategy.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Apr 21, 2022

The U.S. is extending a vaccine rule for international travelers at its land borders.
Unlike air travelers entering the United States, land and ferry travelers will still not have to show a recent negative coronavirus test to cross the border.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Apr 21, 2022

U.S. Is Extending a Vaccine Rule for International Travelers at Land Borders
Unlike air travelers entering the United States, land and ferry travelers will still not have to show a recent negative coronavirus test to cross the border.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Apr 21, 2022

US Is Extending Vaccine Rule for International Travelers at Land Borders
Unlike air travelers entering the United States, land and ferry travelers will still not have to show a recent negative coronavirus test to cross the border.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Apr 09, 2022

How Infighting Over the Border Divided the Biden White House
The Biden administration has furiously debated how — and whether — to unravel Trump-era immigration policies.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Apr 07, 2022

2 Men Posing as Federal Agents Duped Secret Service, U.S. Says
Members of the Secret Service were placed on leave after receiving gifts, including rent-free apartments, from the men, an affidavit said. One claimed ties to Pakistani intelligence, prosecutors said.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Apr 07, 2022

Fake Federal Agents Tricked Secret Service Members, U.S. Says
Four members were placed on leave after receiving gifts from the men, including rent-free apartments, an affidavit said. One was in the first lady's protective detail.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Apr 07, 2022

Homeland Security Watchdog Omitted Damaging Findings From Reports
The findings were removed from inspector general investigations of domestic violence and sexual misconduct committed by officers in the department's law enforcement agencies.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Apr 01, 2022

Charles G. Boyd, Air Force General and Former P.O.W., Dies at 83
He began his 36-year career in the military as a fighter pilot and was the only prisoner of war in the Vietnam conflict to become a four-star general.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Apr 01, 2022

Yale Museum Surrenders Items as Part of Art Looting Investigation
The 13 artifacts, valued at more than $1 million and all from South Asia, were given to investigators who say some of them are linked to an accused antiquities smuggler.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Apr 01, 2022

C.D.C. Confirms It Will Lift Public Health Order Restricting Immigration
The agency cited "current public health conditions and an increased availability of tools to fight Covid-19" as grounds for returning in late May to prepandemic policies for admitting migrants.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Mar 31, 2022

U.S. to Provide 35,000 More Seasonal Worker Visas
Alejandro N. Mayorkas, the secretary of homeland security, said the decision was meant to help American businesses in need of workers as the summer approaches.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Mar 30, 2022

C.D.C. to Lift Order Restricting Immigration During the Pandemic
The change is to take effect in late May, according to people familiar with the planning, and should restore the right of migrants to request asylum once they cross the border into the United States.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Mar 29, 2022

Homeland Security Is Making Plans to Handle a Record Surge of Migrants
Officials are bracing for the number of interceptions at the border to rise much higher if a public health order that has limited immigration during the pandemic is lifted.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Mar 28, 2022

Biden Administration Will Vaccinate Migrants at Border
Some migrants who refuse will be detained and placed in removal proceedings, according to directions given to homeland security officials.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Mar 16, 2022

Biden Offers Protected Status to Afghans Already in the United States
The program does not provide a path to a green card or citizenship, which many advocates say is warranted for Afghans who risked their lives to assist U.S. forces.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Mar 08, 2022

Homeland Security Dept. gathered millions of money transfer records, senator says.
Senator Ron Wyden asked the agency's inspector general to open an investigation of the program, which involved four states and Mexico.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Mar 06, 2022

Trucker Convoy Protesting Covid Mandates Slows Traffic Around Washington
The convoy slowed traffic outside the capital for hours before fading in the afternoon.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Mar 04, 2022

U.S. Can't Use Health Rule to Expel Migrant Families Facing Persecution, Court Says
An appeals court said the Biden administration could continue expelling migrant families under the pandemic-era rule, but not to countries where they would be persecuted.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Mar 04, 2022

I've Dealt With Foreign Cyberattacks. America Isn't Ready for What's Coming.
U.S. leaders must rethink the current cyberdefense system and rally around a centralized regulator.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Mar 03, 2022

U.S. Grants Temporary Protected Status to Some Ukrainians
The designation gives Ukrainians who were in the United States without legal documentation as of March 1 permission to stay and work for 18 months.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Mar 02, 2022

Gold Ingots From 18th-Century Shipwreck Returned to France
The Chinese ingots, illegally harvested from a French frigate that sank while returning from Nanjing, were seized by U.S. investigators when they were put up for auction in California.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Feb 28, 2022

Bracing for Biden and Protests, Officials Fortify the Capitol
A security fence, National Guard troops and more police surround the Capitol in preparation for the State of the Union address and a possible truck convoy of protesters.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Feb 24, 2022

Antiquities Valued at More Than $20 Million Returned to Greece
The 55 items seized by the Manhattan district attorney's office are thought to have been stolen from archaeological sites and illegally brought into the United States.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Feb 16, 2022

Democrats Ask Biden to Review Treatment of Black Migrants
Senator Chuck Schumer, the majority leader, is among 100 Democrats seeking a review of how Black migrants are treated by the immigration enforcement system.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Feb 01, 2022

Jan. 6 Panel Examining Trump's Role in Proposals to Seize Voting Machines
The House committee is looking into efforts by the former president's outside advisers to create a legal basis for national security agencies to help reverse his defeat in 2020.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jan 31, 2022

Trump Had Role in Weighing Proposals to Seize 2020 Election Voting Machines
New accounts show that the former president was more directly involved than previously known in plans developed by outside advisers to use national security agencies to seek evidence of fraud.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jan 31, 2022

Trump Had Role in Weighing Proposals to Seize Voting Machines
New accounts show that the former president was more directly involved than previously known in plans developed by outside advisers to use national security agencies to seek evidence of fraud.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jan 24, 2022

Democrats in Congress Seek Review of Teams Within the Border Patrol
Lawmakers asked the Government Accountability Office to review "critical incident teams," and two House committees will conduct a separate investigation.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jan 16, 2022

11 Hours of Fear, Negotiation and Finally, Relief
The F.B.I. identified Malik Faisal Akram, a British national, as the man who took hostages in a Texas synagogue on Saturday. He was killed during the rescue operation.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jan 09, 2022

A Rise in Deadly Border Patrol Chases Renews Accountability Concerns
The increasing number of deaths adds urgency to questions about when and how agents should engage in high-speed chases as they pursue smugglers and migrants.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jan 09, 2022

A Rise in Deadly Border Patrol Chases Renews Accountability Concerns About
The increasing number of deaths adds urgency to questions about when and how agents should engage in high-speed chases as they pursue smugglers and migrants.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jan 05, 2022

Jan. 6 and America's Threat From Within
The United States needs a public health approach to effectively counter mainstream domestic extremism.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jan 05, 2022

The Best Defense Against Another Jan. 6
The United States needs a public health approach to effectively counter mainstream domestic extremism.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Dec 20, 2021

Haitian Migrants File Lawsuit Protesting Treatment by Border Patrol
Images of Border Patrol agents corralling Black migrants prompted criticism of the Biden administration's response to an influx of thousands in Del Rio, Texas.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Dec 06, 2021

¿Por qué algunos migrantes son expulsados de EE. UU. más rápido que otros?
El gobierno de Biden intenta mantener en vigencia el Título 42, una norma de salud pública empleada en la pandemia para devolver a las familias que llegan a la frontera.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Dec 05, 2021

Three Months After Hurricane Ida, Residents Are Still Waiting for FEMA Housing
As storms and fires become more severe, disaster housing policy has failed to keep up, leaving people displaced for months on end.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Dec 04, 2021

Inside the U.S. Military Base Where 11,000 Afghans Are Starting Over
A New Jersey military base is the only site accepting new Afghan arrivals from overseas. It holds more evacuees than any other U.S. safe haven.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Dec 02, 2021

Many Migrants Are Quickly Expelled, but Others Can Stay. Here's Why.
The Biden administration is fighting to preserve Title 42, a public health rule that turns back families at the border during the pandemic. But some have been allowed to stay in the United States, despite the rule.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Nov 22, 2021

U.S. Returns Over 900 Confiscated Artifacts to Mali
A Homeland Security investigation had discovered funerary objects, Neolithic relics and more in a shipping container in 2009.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Nov 21, 2021

In Rittenhouse Verdict, Paramilitary Groups See Vindication
His acquittal has reinvigorated support on the right for armed responses to racial justice protests and unrest.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Nov 13, 2021

It's Time to End the Pandemic Emergency at the Border
Title 42 was supposed to be an emergency measure. It's time to end its use.

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