While the Department of Homeland Security pressured tech companies to censor their users' posts, it also branded election deniers as potential terrorists.
The Department of Homeland Security and the FBI regularly report misinformation and disinformation to tech companies for potential removal.
Over time, betting has been a better predictor than polls, pundits, statistical models, and everything else.
They were ultimately allowed to stay. But it’s an example of ICE targeting nonviolent migrants after a federal judge blocked the Biden administration’s enforcement priorities.
ICE has spent $2.8 billion since 2008 developing surveillance and facial-recognition capabilities, mostly in secrecy and without real oversight.
The board's head says she is dedicated to "protecting free speech," but she has also expressed direct opposition to "free speech absolutists."
The department suffers “a dangerous combination of broad authorities, weak safeguards, and insufficient oversight.”
A lawsuit attempts to find out how federal agents are implementing Wickr, a communications service that has an auto-erase function.
There are no public health gains from booting kids out of the country.
A federal judge wrote that migrants could face "horrific consequences" if expelled to certain places, particularly Mexico and Central American countries.
But bureaucratic backlogs mean it's still taking far too long for them to get to work.
Offending the powerful can be dangerous in an increasingly authoritarian world.
History is repeating itself in ways that we, and our kids, will live to regret.
Even supporters of the law should recognize the dangers of using enforcement as punishment.
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Biden promised to be an immigration changemaker. Where is the change?
We have to stop governing by emergency.
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The Secret Service wanted the helicopter to deploy a "fast ropes" commando team if necessary.
In two-thirds of those cases, there were no accompanying arrests.
The 2012 internal affairs report complaint was filed by a use-of-force instructor who warned the advice could lead to lawsuits.
Longstanding discipline problems at DHS provide a glimpse of what fans of bigger government on the right and left would inflict on us.
A policy that allows for quicker deportations near the border could expand nationwide.
In 2018 alone, the Laredo sector has seen an admitted serial killer, an agent accused of killing his own kid, and the controversial shooting a 19-year-old.
Nearly $10 million was redirected from FEMA.
Former FEMA personnel chief Corey Coleman is accused of nepotism and sexual harassment.
The enforcement of "zero tolerance" immigration policies by ICE's Enforcement and Removal Operations is harming another part of the agency.
Will you soon be ordered to subject yourself to even more intrusive surveillance if you travel out of the country?
Lack of due process or transparency keeps father from knowing why it happened or how to fix it.
Another nugget of privacy threatened in the name of national security.
FAA reauthorization bill would require airline ticket-counter and gate agents to be trained on reporting "potential human trafficking victims."
Senators drafting massive combination bill with "Kate's Law" and "Back the Blue" mandatory minimum sentences that are expensive, unneeded.
'It can happen, almost here, at any time' John Kelly tells Fox.
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.
Court decisions have decimated Fourth Amendment protections for people on the edges of the country.
A viral tale of Alaska Airlines staff saving a sex-trafficked teen turns out to be propaganda for federal immigration enforcement.
In addition to sex-worker arrests, 552 people "would-be sex buyers" were arrested for soliciting undercover cops, to the tune of at least $187,000 in fines.
Plus: Here are IDs other than driver's licenses you can use to board planes.
Did an Obama-administration policy prevent the feds from looking at Tashfeen Malik's social-media profiles? Yes and no.
Baffling contradictions about privacy or just old-fashioned blame-shifting?