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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.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Nov 12, 2021

2 Ivory Smugglers Captured in International Operation, U.S. Says
The undercover joint operation by the U.S. and Congolese governments also resulted in the seizure of millions of dollars' worth of illegal wildlife plunder.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Oct 29, 2021

Another Attempt to End 'Remain in Mexico' Immigration Policy
A court ordered the administration in August to reinstate the program, which forces some migrants to wait in Mexico while their asylum cases are pending.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Oct 28, 2021

Families Separated at Border Under Trump Policy May Each Receive Up to $450,000
After the Trump administration separated migrant parents from children at the southern border, President Biden pledged to make it up to the families.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Oct 28, 2021

Families Separated Under Trump Policy Could Get Compensated
After the Trump administration separated migrant parents from children at the southern border, President Biden pledged to make it up to the families.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Oct 28, 2021

Authorities Return 248 Looted Antiquities to India
Most of the items were seized from storage space operated by Subhash Kapoor, a former Manhattan gallery owner facing illegal trafficking charges in both India and the United States.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Oct 25, 2021

Border Patrol Repeatedly Gave Agents Light Punishments, Report Finds
After an inquiry into a private Facebook group where racist memes were shared, 60 employees were found to have violated the agency's code of conduct. Two were fired.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Oct 25, 2021

El cambio climático ocasionará más migraciones y conflictos internacionales
Diversas instancias del gobierno de Estados Unidos emitieron informes alertando sobre las consecuencias del calentamiento global para la seguridad nacional y la estabilidad mundial.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Oct 23, 2021

U.S. Struggles With Afghan Evacuees Weeded Out, and Now in Limbo
No final decisions have been made, but dozens red-flagged for apparent criminal pasts or links to militants have been sent to a base in Kosovo, where their fate is uncertain.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Oct 21, 2021

Climate Change Poses a Widening Threat to National Security
Intelligence and defense agencies issued reports warning that the warming planet will increase strife between countries and spur migration.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Oct 21, 2021

Asylum Officers Detail Migrants' Accounts of Abuse
More than 160 reports, obtained by Human Rights Watch, reveal details of mistreatment that asylum seekers described experiencing from border officials and while in U.S. custody.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Oct 21, 2021

‘It Should Not Have Happened': Asylum Officers Detail Migrants' Accounts of Abuse
More than 160 reports, obtained by Human Rights Watch, reveal details of mistreatment that asylum seekers described experiencing from border officials and while in U.S. custody.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Oct 19, 2021

Trump consideró enviar 250.000 tropas a la frontera
Colaboradores de seguridad nacional de alto rango del expresidente Trump también lo disuadieron de incursionar en México en operativos contra los cárteles.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Oct 19, 2021

Trump's Pentagon Chief Ruled Out Ramping Up Troops at US-Mexico Border
Top national security aides to former President Trump also talked him out of launching military raids against drug cartels inside Mexico.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Oct 19, 2021

Trump's Pentagon Chief Ruled Out Ramping Up Troops at Border
Top national security aides to former President Trump also talked him out of launching military raids against drug cartels inside Mexico.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Oct 19, 2021

After Del Rio, Calls for Fairer Treatment of Black Migrants
The treatment of Haitians apprehended in Del Rio, Texas, has galvanized civil rights groups and others to press for change.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Oct 12, 2021

Biden Ends Workplace Immigration Raids, Reversing Trump Policy
The change comes during a labor shortage in the United States, offering reassurance that undocumented workers are not at risk of being deported en masse.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Sep 30, 2021

Biden Guidelines Refocus ICE Immigrant Arrest Policies
The new priorities, which also give agents broad case-by-case discretion, attempt to undo the indiscriminate immigration arrest policies of the Trump administration.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Sep 24, 2021

Biden despliega algunas de las iniciativas migratorias más agresivas de la era Trump
La deportación de inmigrantes haitianos es un ejemplo claro de la manera en la que el actual mandatario estadounidense ha desplegado uno de los enfoques más agresivos implementados por el expresidente Donald Trump.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Sep 23, 2021

U.S. Has Deported Over 2,000 Haitians From Texas Camp
Another 3,900 Haitians are in government custody and will be deported or put into removal proceedings, according to federal officials.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Sep 23, 2021

U.S. Has Deported Over 2,000 Haitians, Including Some Families, From Texas Camp
Another 3,900 Haitians are in government custody and will be deported or put into removal proceedings, according to federal officials.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Sep 23, 2021

The ‘Dream Tablet' Nears the End of a Long Journey Home
The ancient artifact, which contains a portion of the Gilgamesh epic, is going back to Iraq after having been stolen from a museum there some 30 years ago.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Sep 22, 2021

Biden's Deportation of Haitian Migrants Uses Trump-Era Immigration Tactics
The deportation of Haitian migrants is a stark example of how President Biden has deployed some of the most aggressive approaches to immigration put in place by former President Donald J. Trump.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Sep 22, 2021

Biden Pushes Deterrent Border Policy After Promising ‘Humane' Approach
The deportation of Haitian migrants is a stark example of how President Biden has deployed some of the most aggressive approaches to immigration put in place by former President Donald J. Trump.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Sep 22, 2021

Thousands of Haitian Migrants Are Being Let Into U.S., Official Says
Thousands of migrants who arrived in Del Rio, Texas, are being allowed into the country and must report to immigration officials at a future date, according to an official familiar with the matter.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Sep 21, 2021

Images of Border Patrol's Treatment of Haitian Migrants Prompt Outrage
The footage offered a glimpse of the chaos that has been unfolding in Texas and called into question President Biden's decision to swiftly deport thousands.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Sep 20, 2021

Deported by U.S., Haitians Are in Shock: ‘I Don't Know This Country'
Haitians who lived abroad for years have been returned to a country in crisis that they barely recognize — often, they say, without a hearing.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Sep 18, 2021

Biden Administration to Deport Haitians in Del Rio, Texas
More than 14,000 Haitians are camping out under a bridge in Del Rio, Texas, awaiting processing by the United States Border Patrol.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Sep 18, 2021

Biden Administration to Deport Haitians in South Texas
More than 14,000 Haitians are camping out under a bridge in Del Rio, Texas, awaiting processing by the United States Border Patrol.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Sep 17, 2021

U.S. Officials Warn of Potential Violence at the Sept. 18 Rally in Washington
An internal report by the Department of Homeland Security's intelligence office cited concerning internet chatter ahead of the rally supporting the suspects in the Jan. 6 riot.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Sep 10, 2021

Measles Cases Bring Temporary Halt to Afghanistan Refugee Arrivals in US
The C.D.C. asked that the evacuation flights from overseas bases be suspended after four Afghans were found to be infected.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Sep 10, 2021

20 Years After 9/11, Top National Security Posts Sit Empty
Two decades after the Sept. 11 attacks, there are again dozens of unfilled Senate-confirmed national security positions.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Sep 03, 2021

Inside the Afghan Evacuation: Rogue Flights, Hope and Chaos
President Biden has insisted that the evacuation of Kabul was done as efficiently as possible. But key documents obtained by The New York Times suggest otherwise.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Aug 25, 2021

He Sold Antiquities for Decades, Many of Them Fake, Investigators Say
The owner of a Manhattan gallery was charged with grand larceny and other crimes by prosecutors who say he mass-produced objects that he passed off as ancient artifacts.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Aug 24, 2021

Military Ramps Up Evacuations From Kabul, but Bottlenecks Persist
The Pentagon has increased the number of flights, but questions remain about whether the military can sustain the pace as the deadline to end the operation draws near.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Aug 11, 2021

Aide to Capitol Riot Inquiry Is Accused of Whistle-Blower Retaliation
For the second time, a senior member of the staff of the House select committee on the Jan. 6 attack has been accused of retaliating against a whistle-blower in the Trump government.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Aug 03, 2021

Whistle-blower Advocates Want Aide on Jan. 6 Panel Removed
Critics cite a report by the Department of Homeland Security inspector general that found that David B. Buckley had retaliated against a whistle-blower years ago.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jul 27, 2021

Homeland Security Chief Testifies Before Senate Panel
An influx in migrant families crossing the southwestern border this year has overwhelmed Border Patrol agents, and many migrants are being released and not reporting back to officials.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jul 26, 2021

U.S. Can Expedite Removal of Migrant Families, Biden Administration Says
After a fast-tracked screening at the border, the United States can turn back families it determines do not qualify for asylum. Immigration advocates say the decision denies due process.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jul 22, 2021

Jewish Burial Records Among Items Seized by U.S. Authorities
Federal prosecutors in Brooklyn said they plan to return 17 items — once headed for auction — to their communities.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jul 22, 2021

A Democratic senator is bottling up Biden's Customs and Border Protection nominee.
Senator Ron Wyden of Oregon is delaying a hearing until the administration answers questions about the response to last year's unrest in Portland.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jul 22, 2021

Wyden Delays Hearing on Biden's Nominee to Lead Customs and Border Protection
Senator Ron Wyden of Oregon is delaying a hearing until the administration answers questions about the response to last year's unrest in Portland.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jul 20, 2021

China Breached Dozens of Pipeline Companies in Past Decade, U.S. Says
The disclosure about the breadth of state-sponsored cyberattacks was part of a warning to pipeline owners to increase the security of their systems to stave off future intrusions.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jul 16, 2021

U.S. Moves to Return Antiquity Said to Be Stolen From Cambodia
Prosecutors say a sacred work known as "Skanda on a Peacock" was sold at one point by Douglas A.J. Latchford, a collector who was accused of trafficking stolen artifacts.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jul 07, 2021

Senator Fights to End Deportation of Veterans
The Democratic senator from Illinois is pushing for legislation that would end the government's practice of deporting people who have served honorably in the United States military.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jul 06, 2021

Up to 1,500 businesses could be affected by a cyberattack carried out by a Russian group.
"It totally sucks," said the chief executive of the software company Kaseya, which was compromised Friday along with some of its customers.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jul 01, 2021

Homeland Security Watchdog Delayed Inquiry, Complaint Says
The department's inspector general delayed looking into a retaliation complaint by a former intelligence chief until after the 2020 election, according to officials and a whistle-blower.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jun 24, 2021

Biden Officials Consider Phasing Out Rule That Blocked Migrants During Pandemic
Among the plans under consideration is whether to give migrant families a chance to apply for protections, and to possibly lifting the public health rule for single adults this summer.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jun 24, 2021

White House Considers Lifting Rule That Blocked Migrants During Pandemic
Among the plans under consideration is whether to give migrant families a chance to apply for protections, and to possibly lifting the public health rule for single adults this summer.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jun 23, 2021

Biden Administration Forces Out Trump-Era Border Patrol Chief
The chief, Rodney S. Scott, had become known for his support of President Donald J. Trump's signature border wall, and had resisted a Biden initiative to stop using the phrase "illegal alien."

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jun 22, 2021

U.S. to Allow Some Asylum Seekers Rejected Under Trump to Reopen Cases
The move could provide tens of thousands of people enrolled in a program that sent applicants to wait in Mexico a way to return to the United States to pursue their claims again.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jun 15, 2021

F.B.I. Is Pursuing ‘Hundreds' in Capitol Riot Inquiry, Wray Tells Congress
In two separate hearings, the F.B.I. director and Pentagon officials answered questions about the failure to adequately prepare for and respond to the Jan. 6 attack.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jun 15, 2021

Document: Biden's Strategy for Combating Domestic Extremism
The 32-page plan synthesizes steps that have been recommended by national security officials into one blueprint on how to more effectively identify extremists in the country after years of heightened focus on foreign terrorists.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jun 08, 2021

Capitol Riot Security Failures Detailed in Senate Report
A 127-page joint report is the most comprehensive and detailed account to date on the intelligence, communications and policing failures around the Capitol riot.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jun 08, 2021

‘Does Anybody Have a Plan?' Senate Report Details Jan. 6 Security Failures.
A 127-page joint report is the most comprehensive and detailed account to date on the intelligence, communications and policing failures around the Capitol riot.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jun 08, 2021

ICE perseguía narcotraficantes, pero tal vez logró la captura de ancianos estafados
La operación Cocoon tenía como blanco las bandas de narcotráfico internacional, pero sus críticos afirman que ha dejado a involuntarias ‘mulas' de la tercera edad en cárceles extranjeras.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Jun 06, 2021

ICE Meant to Capture Drug Lords. Did It Snare Duped Seniors?
Operation Cocoon aimed to disrupt international drug trafficking rings, but critics say it has left unwitting elderly "mules" in foreign prisons.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
May 31, 2021

Biden Aims to Rebuild and Expand Legal Immigration
Documents obtained by The New York Times show far-reaching efforts by President Biden to remake the immigration system and undo much of his predecessor's legacy.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
May 27, 2021

Biden to Require Pipeline Companies to Report Cyberattacks
The move, which will require companies to report to the government any significant attacks, is a response to the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attacks.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
May 24, 2021

Biden Under Pressure Over ‘Public Health' Border Expulsions
The president faces a balancing act: how to keep his pledge of a more compassionate approach to migrants while managing a surge of people at the border amid a pandemic.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
May 23, 2021

US Grants Temporary Protection Status to Thousands of Haitians
The designation, which will be in place for 18 months, could protect as many as 150,000 Haitians living temporarily in the United States.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
May 22, 2021

U.S. Grants Temporary Protections to Thousands of Haitians
The designation, which will be in place for 18 months, could protect as many as 150,000 Haitians living temporarily in the United States.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
May 11, 2021

Biden Targets Domestic Terrorism With New Initiatives
The department said the moves were part of a strategy to "comprehensively combat domestic violent extremism, including violent white supremacy."

NYT Homeland Press Releases
May 07, 2021

Surge of Migrant Children at the Border Leads to Crowded Shelters
Federal documents indicate that while the Biden administration has cleared migrant children from border detention centers, now shelters run by the Department of Health and Human Services are strained.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
May 07, 2021

Overcrowded Border Jails Give Way to Packed Migrant Child Shelters
Federal documents indicate that while the Biden administration has cleared migrant children from border detention centers, now shelters run by the Department of Health and Human Services are strained.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
May 06, 2021

‘Tengo que ver a mi hijo': la espera de las familias separadas en la frontera de EE. UU.
Algunos padres han decidido intentar, otra vez, el peligroso viaje hacia el norte para reunirse con los niños que fueron retenidos por el gobierno de Trump.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
May 05, 2021

Many Families Torn Apart at Southern U.S. Border Face a Long and Uncertain Wait
Some parents are opting to try, once again, the dangerous trek north to rejoin children who were kept in the United States by the Trump administration.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
May 04, 2021

Many Families Torn Apart at the Southern Border Face a Long and Uncertain Wait
Some parents are opting to try, once again, the dangerous trek north to rejoin the children who were kept in the U.S. by the Trump administration.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
May 03, 2021

In Another Reversal, Biden Raises Limit on Number of Refugees Allowed Into the U.S.
The action comes about two weeks after President Biden announced that he was leaving the Trump administration's limit of 15,000 refugees in place, prompting a swift backlash.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Apr 28, 2021

Migrants Crowd Shelters, Posing Test for Biden
The administration is under intensifying pressure to expand its capacity to care for as many as 35,000 unaccompanied minors, part of a wave of people crossing the border.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Apr 26, 2021

Homeland Security Will Assess How It Identifies Extremism in Its Ranks
The department that works to prevent domestic terrorism threats will conduct an internal review as part of a larger effort to combat extremist ideology in the federal government.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Apr 26, 2021

D.H.S. to Conduct Internal Review on Extremism and White Supremacy
The review means that the department tasked with preventing domestic terrorism threats will now turn inward to assess if such ideology is coursing through its various agencies.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Apr 16, 2021

Biden Wavers on Restricting Refugee Entry
The Biden administration will for now maintain a historically low refugee cap. But after a widespread backlash from Democrats, the White House said it would raise refugee admissions in May.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Apr 16, 2021

President Biden Wavers on Restricting Refugee Entry
The Biden administration will for now maintain a historically low refugee cap. But after a widespread backlash from Democrats, the White House said it would raise refugee admissions in May.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Apr 15, 2021

Trump Is Gone, but Land Disputes Along Border Continue Under Biden
A Texas judge allowed the government this week to take possession of a family's land because the Biden administration has yet to end lawsuits seeking property along the border.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Apr 15, 2021

They Sought Refuge in Our Church. ICE Fined Them $500,000.
The Biden administration must allow these families to live freely without fear.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Apr 12, 2021

Biden Picks Trump Critic Chris Magnus to Run Border Agency
Chris Magnus, the Tucson police chief who carried a Black Lives Matter sign at a protest, was chosen to lead Customs and Border Protection.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Apr 12, 2021

Not Your Usual Police Chief: Biden Picks Trump Critic to Run Border Agency
Chris Magnus, the Tucson police chief who carried a Black Lives Matter sign at a protest, was chosen to lead Customs and Border Protection.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Apr 12, 2021

Biden Names Chris Inglis to Be First National Cyber Director
Chris Inglis will be nominated to the new post as the president fills out his cybersecurity team and the U.S. considers responses to recent attacks.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Apr 12, 2021

Biden Names N.S.A. Veteran to Be First National Cyber Director
Chris Inglis will be nominated to the new post as the president fills out his cybersecurity team and the U.S. considers responses to recent attacks.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Apr 12, 2021

Biden Picks Trump Critic to Lead Customs and Border Protection
If confirmed, Chris Magnus would step into a major challenge facing the Biden administration: how to handle a record number of border crossings that are projected to increase in the coming months.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Apr 10, 2021

Young Migrants Crowd Shelters, Posing Test for Biden
The administration is under intensifying pressure to expand its capacity to care for as many as 35,000 unaccompanied minors, part of a wave of people crossing the border.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Apr 04, 2021

Biden Steps Up Federal Efforts to Combat Domestic Extremism
The administration has taken a series of steps to prioritize dealing with white supremacists and militias, especially after the Capitol riot on Jan. 6.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Apr 02, 2021

El verdadero motivo detrás de la crisis en la frontera
Los empleadores estadounidenses son parte del problema por su disposición a contratar a millones de inmigrantes no autorizados. Deben asumir su responsabilidad.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Apr 01, 2021

The Real Reason for the Border Crisis
No one is holding American employers to account for their willingness to hire millions of unauthorized immigrants.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Mar 24, 2021

Kamala Harris to Lead Administration's Migrant Response
The president gave the vice president a prominent role in the politically charged issue at a time when thousands of children are being detained in facilities along the border.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Mar 17, 2021

Mayorkas Says ‘Undoubtedly Difficult' Border Problems Are Being Handled
Alejandro N. Mayorkas, the secretary of homeland security, sparred with House Republicans on Wednesday over the surge of migrants — especially children — at the U.S.-Mexico border.

NYT Homeland Press Releases
Mar 17, 2021

New Report Warns of Rising Threat of Domestic Terrorism
President Biden requested the intelligence community complete the assessment shortly after taking office, and his administration has made fighting domestic terrorism a priority.

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