The top watchdog for the Homeland Security Department told a House oversight panel today that turf battles over internal corruption investigations have subsided and his agency is not backlogged with employee misconduct cases, but he deflected questions about an ongoing criminal investigation of a Texas branch office.
In Arizona, Customs and Border Protection is experimenting with a security kiosk with "credibility assessment" technology that seeks to capture physiological cues we give off emotionally and cognitively.
Responding to complaints, police in Los Angeles will change how they collect and store so-called “suspicious activity reports” that authorities argue could reveal the planning stages of a terrorist attack.
A video released in November by Alabama homeland security officials joins a genre of slickly produced online movies that the next generation of Americans will grow to remember. Now, however, the videos teach citizens how to spot terrorists and respond to active shooters.