Homeland Security

The bill that President Obama signed into law will promote communication strategies within the Department of Homeland Security.

7/9/2015

News article: President signs first responder bill to improve communication

On July 7, President Obama signed the Department of Homeland Security Interoperable Communications Act.  read more »

Though there is no confirmed threat to the U.S., the country is increasing security after Wednesday's attack at the Canadian Parliament and War Memorial.

10/23/2014

Security increases in US following Canadian attacks

Though there is no confirmed threat to the U.S., the country is increasing security after Wednesday's attack at the Canadian Parliament and War Memorial. read more »

U.S. intelligence claimed that more than 100 Americans have traveled to Syria to fight alongside Sunni terrorist forces.

8/27/2014

Officials worry about suspected ISIL militants with US passports

U.S. intelligence claimed that more than 100 Americans have traveled to Syria to fight alongside Sunni terrorist forces. read more »

Gen. Dempsey told a group of reporters recently that he would recommend the U.S. military move against Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant forces if they become a direct threat to the U.S. homeland.

8/25/2014

Gen. Dempsey claims Pentagon will confront ISIL if US is threatened

Gen. Dempsey told a group of reporters recently that he would recommend the U.S. military move against Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant forces if they become a direct threat to the U.S. homeland. read more »

There's another side of Robin Williams that some overlook. He was incredibly supportive to American soldiers.

8/12/2014

Remembering Robin Williams' compassion for U.S. troops

There's another side of Robin Williams that some overlook. He was incredibly supportive to American soldiers. read more »

According to The Associated Press, the number of people on the U.S. terrorism database - which can place people on a no-fly list - has doubled within a few years.

8/5/2014

Number of people in US terrorism database has surged in recent years

According to The Associated Press, the number of people on the U.S. terrorism database - which can place people on a no-fly list - has doubled within a few years. read more »

Navy admiral likely to be named new NSA chief

1/29/2014

Navy admiral likely to be named new NSA chief

The intelligence agency, which has been in the news as of late, may soon have a new military man in charge. read more »

Defense security clearance under review

11/4/2013

Defense security clearance under review

Security clearance at the Pentagon and other defense agencies is currently under review due to the September shooting at the Naval Yard in Washington, D.C., the American Forces Press Services stated.  read more »

11/28/2012

Report suggests McCaul will head the House Committee on Homeland Security

With New York Representative Peter King's term as the chairman of the House Committee on Homeland Security set to expire, many were wondering who would take over the role. read more »

10/21/2011

FBI considers creating secure alternate internet

With the ever-growing threat of cyberattacks, FBI officials have called for the development of a safe and secure alternate internet. read more »