A battle between productivity and security at chemical facilities is centered on a proposed rule change to end some regulations.
A battle between productivity and security at chemical facilities is centered on a proposed rule change to end some regulations.read more
Troops and civilians affiliated with the U.S. Forces Korea were the first to receive the coronavirus vaccine in South Korea
Troops and civilians affiliated with the U.S. Forces Korea were the first to receive the coronavirus vaccine in South Korearead more
Amid intensifying geopolitical tensions with the United States, China is expected to heavily emphasize national security and, to a lesser degree, technology independence
Amid intensifying geopolitical tensions with the United States, China is expected to heavily emphasize national security and, to a lesser degree, technology independenceread more
Former deputy FBI director Andrew McCabe testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee concerning the review of the FBI Russia investigation.read more
The Department of Veteran Affairs can’t systematically analyze the health of LGBT veterans because it doesn’t consistently collect data on sexual orientation or self-identified gender identity, according to a recent report by the Government Accountability Office.read more
As Americans scrambled to move to a remote-work world as the coronavirus pandemic hit in March, the Navy already was implementing a plan to recruit and train during the stay-at-home mandates.read more
WASHINGTON – Internet freedom in the United States dropped for the fourth consecutive year amid a global trend of countries using the COVID-19 pandemic as cover for silencing digital platforms, according to the Freedom on the Net 2020 report by Freedom House released...
WASHINGTON – Nineteen years after the largest terrorist attack on American soil, the director of the National Counterterrorism Center said Thursday that the U.S. is still at war with al-Qaida. “I personally have my phone on me 24/7 waiting for the alert that something...
The Department of Homeland Security finalized a new rule Tuesday that broadens its ability to investigate insider threats by eliminating key Privacy Act protections for all past and current employees regardless of their security clearance.
WASHINGTON – The head of a House cybersecurity subcommittee warned social media moguls that she is concerned that their platforms are being used to target and spread misinformation to Black voters in the upcoming election, a letter she released Wednesday said. In the...
Homeland Security report identifies white supremacist extremists as “the most persistent and lethal threat” to U.S., experts and Black leaders urge action
WASHINGTON-- Just one week after President Donald Trump told the Proud Boys to “stand back and stand by” during the first presidential debate, the Department of Homeland Security’s domestic threat assessment identified white supremacist extremism as “the most...
The Veterans Health Administration’s Readjustment Counseling Service provides counseling through 300 Vet Centers. RCS made changes to how Vet Center counselor productivity was being assessed, setting expectations for that some counselors say is reducing their one-on-one time with veterans.
The bipartisan Future of Defense Task Force released its final report following a months-long review of U.S. defense assets and capabilities. It recommended that the Department of Defense prioritize investing in artificial intelligence, supply chain resiliency and cyberwarfare in order to deal with imminent threats from China and Russia.
Former FBI Director James Comey is scheduled to testify via video conference on Wednesday in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee.
His testimony comes as a continuation of the ongoing investigation over Russian interference in the 2016 election, known as the Crossfire Hurricane investigation. It revolves around then-candidate Donald Trump’s campaign and its relationship with Russian operatives.
Rep. Kathleen Rice said Wednesday that the Department of Homeland Security “punished” New Yorkers earlier this year for a controversial law by banning trusted traveler programs, which provide expedited airport lanes for pre-approved travelers.