The agency, which has yet to release the agent's name, had to amend its statement about the circumstances of Claudia Patricia Gómez González's death.
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Plus: The U.K. wants to be "the safest place in the world to be online," and Mike Gravel is running for president.
If it takes a QAnon conspiracy theorist to get the president pissed off at the TSA, then so be it.
Kirstjen Nielsen and John Kelly Keep Lying About 'Zero Tolerance' and Child Snatching, While Donald Trump Tells the Truth
The president, unlike his subordinates, admits that family separation was a deliberate policy aimed at deterring illegal border crossing.
Plus: Facebook says it's pivoting to privacy, and congressional Democrats want to "save the internet."
Homeland Security and Florida Cops Spied on Chinese Massage Workers for Months but Still Couldn't Find Evidence of Human Trafficking
Nine women face felony prostitution charges and hundreds of their customers have been arrested. Florida says it's the real victim.
Elizabeth Nolan Brown talks about DHS's "Blue Campaign," which is pushing hotel and airline workers to call the feds if they suspect human trafficking.
How big hotel chains became arms of the surveillance state.
If Trump wants to negotiate good deals for taxpayers, he should start putting some pressure on his old nemesis: the National Football League.
The bill would likely stop Trump from using the "military version of eminent domain."
"Our Border Patrol stations were built decades ago to handle mostly male single adults in custody, not families and children."
Trump's chief of staff was there to add a veneer of respectability to some of the president's worst positions.
Children imprisoned longer than legal limit, resources directed away from actual border security, misleading statements about databases all surround the "zero tolerance" border policy
"These of course are not dangerous," the TSA admits. So why did they seize them?
A 10-year veteran of U.S. Customs and Border Patrol, Ortiz is also a "serial murderer" say Texas authorities.
Michael Chertoff gets a post at Freedom House.
Air marshals have snooped on about 5,000 of us since March-and not because they suspected any of those people of specific crimes.
The Trump administration is right to push the streamlining various parts of the executive branch.
Innocent kids will likely bear a terrible cost to "make America great again."
A new report documents the Border Patrol's interference with humanitarian work.
The fate of the popular adult ad platform remains unclear after a raid on Eros' North Carolina servers.
New AI tools could empower the government to violate our civil liberties.
As America deals with terrorist attacks and mass shootings, DHS and the FBI are busy enforcing misdemeanor vice laws.
Massage-parlor panic is crushing small businesses, civil liberties, and people's lives. Here are eight examples from October.
DHS ends waiver of protectionist shipping law that drives up costs.
Government's thirst to know more about you is unquenchable.
Wiretapping Sex Workers, Punishing Pre-Crime, and National Strategy to Stop Sex-Buyers Approved by Senate
Congress moves to grant Trump administration vast new policing powers, because "sex trafficking."
Homeland Security officials seize and snoop into thousands of phones and laptops without any evidence of criminal activity.
How the TSA turned a long-time, trusted employee into an "insider threat" for no clear reason.
The law must be followed, even if breaking the law actually makes people safer.
Another nugget of privacy threatened in the name of national security.
The Department of Homeland Security is replacing its laptop ban with more sweeping security measures for all U.S.-bound flights.
'It can happen, almost here, at any time' John Kelly tells Fox.
Bill would keep states and cities from restraining police cooperation.
Sheriff David Clarke, Who Can't Even Keep People Alive in One Jail, Joining Trump's Department of Homeland Security
What do you get when four people die in your jail? A job in the Trump administration.
Judge OK's DHS Tracking Plane Because It Left L.A., a 'Source City' for Drugs, Going to Philly, a 'Destination City'
Another judge rules that behaving legally is no protection from being targeted by law enforcement.
John Kelly wants us to know that he and Jeff Sessions see eye to eye on the perils of pot.
Secretary John Kelly wants you to know that the problem is you, not them.
Have a friend visiting from another country? DHS wants to know your connections.
But not a single American will be any safer.
A viral tale of Alaska Airlines staff saving a sex-trafficked teen turns out to be propaganda for federal immigration enforcement.
Virginia is asking a federal court to force Homeland Security to prove it complied with orders to allow lawyers access to detainees.
More ignorance from the anti-gun left.
Homeland Security was defined-down even further in the form of a raid on a Kansas City lingerie shop over possible copyright infringement.