More than 140 Customs and Border Protection employees have been indicted or convicted of corruption-related charges since October 2004.
Expense records obtained by the Center for Investigative Reporting show a Homeland Security Department office spent more than $482,000 on conference sessions for its staff. But in a press release, the office said the training cost $342,906.
A U.S. House subcommittee plans to hold a hearing next month to examine the Department of Homeland Security's troubled watchdog office, according to letters sent to prospective witnesses last week.
Success stories about U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s quarter-billion-dollar drone program are in short supply, according to a Homeland Security Department inspector general’s report.
The Homeland Security Department’s beleaguered watchdog might close a troubled Texas office amid a federal probe into its agents’ investigative practices.
A Pentagon equipment giveaway worth an estimated $2.8 billion has bolstered police, sheriff’s and fire departments across the country over the past two decades.
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