Break it up into fewer, smaller agencies that are more accountable to pre-9/11 departments.
A federal badge will now serve as an impenetrable shield against civil liability.
A lawsuit attempts to find out how federal agents are implementing Wickr, a communications service that has an auto-erase function.
Surveying the Federal Government's Kafkaesque System of Legalized Larceny, the 5th Circuit Sees No Due Process Problem
Gerardo Serrano, whose truck was seized over five forgotten handgun rounds, waited two years for a hearing he never actually got.
Federal spending on policing has quadrupled since the 1980s, while state and local spending has increased by about one-third.
Authorities questioned Ismael Ajjawi for eight hours at Logan Airport. Then they revoked his student visa.
"I want her to come here to take care of me. Because I need her," she said.
U.S. Citizen Was on the Verge of Self Deporting After Being Detained for Weeks at Squalid Immigration Facility
The young man was finally released from custody this week.
He's back in the U.S., though he's not out of the woods yet.
A 10-year veteran of U.S. Customs and Border Patrol, Ortiz is also a "serial murderer" say Texas authorities.
Tameika Lovell says the search violated her Fourth and Fifth Amendment rights.
Rustem Kazazi was victimized by desperadoes from a gang called "Customs and Border Patrol," but thanks to the Institute for Justice he's fighting back.
CBP won't return the cash unless the owner signs an illegal waiver.
The apple was wrapped in a plastic bag with Delta's logo on it. Customs still fined her $500.
If you hear "papers, please" on a Greyhound, thank the Supreme Court.
The reason given was that too many people were finding them a useful means of keeping weed away from their kids.
Border Agents Misuse Customs Regs to Try to Unmask 'Rogue' Twitter Account (Update: Attempt Withdrawn!)
This week in 'Privacy for me but not for thee.'