As tens of thousands of fans plan to attend the Super Bowl in Houston, federal officials are working with state and local authorities to reduce the dangers of a terrorist attack.
President Trump’s cybersecurity plan diminishes the role the FBI played in protecting the nation’s digital infrastructure.
President Trump fired Acting Attorney General Sally Yates on Monday after she refused to defend his executive order on immigration.
Acting U.S. Attorney General Sally Yates took a bold stand Monday in refusing to defend the indefensible executive order to ban refugees and travelers from a selective group of Muslim-majority nations.
Proponents of a tougher immigration crackdown were disappointed with Donald Trump’s choice for deputy secretary of Homeland Security.