In Florida, voters who were struck from the rolls as part of a controversial purge are set to be reinstated; in Pennsylvania, a battle over a new law requiring photo identification at the polls reaches the highest court.
Authorities deported a record number of immigrants in 2011, underscoring the delicate balance President Obama has attempted to strike on immigration.
The FBI's Next Generation Identification would use photographs and biometric data to help law enforcement entities nationwide identify "persons of interest." If NGI's early stages are any indication of where it's heading, privacy advocates and ordinary citizens are right to fear it.
The Democratic National Committee's 2012 platform, released Monday night, will be officially adopted on Tuesday night.
A Republican Congressman has authored a bill that would halt President Obama's push to shield thousands of young undocumented immigrants from deportation.
The Department of Justice is planning to sue Florida for pressing ahead with a sweeping effort to strike noncitizens from the voting rolls.
The U.S. Department of Justice is suing Florida to stop its drive to remove what it says are ineligible voters from their rolls, and Florida is suing Homeland Security.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott said Monday he will sue the federal government to gain access to a federal immigration database.
Florida election supervisors are refusing to go forward with a purge of non-citizen voters from the rolls, removing themselves from an escalating fight between the state and the Obama administration.
A sweeping effort to suspend the deportation cases of thousands of immigrants has produced few results so far, according to a New York Times analysis.
Florida election supervisors are reacting warily to a statewide effort to cleanse the rolls of non-citizens, warning that inaccurate or obsolete data could lead them to disenfranchise eligible voters.
Days after the Alabama legislature voted to update a stringent immigration law considered among the toughest in the nation, Governor Robert Bentley has called for a special legislative session to address his concerns with the law.
New York lawmakers rallied on Monday against the Obama administration ordering states to implement a controversial immigration enforcement program.
Secret Service Director Mark Sullivan To Testify Before Senate Committee On Prostitution Scandal Investigation
Secret Service Director Mark Sullivan will be called before a Senate committee on May 23 to talk about the investigation into the prostitution scandal in Colombia that rocked the agency last month.
The announcement Monday that militants sought to attack an airliner with an improved underwear bomb in a plot foiled by U.S. and allied authorities shows their determination to build bombs that can pass through airport security, U.S. officials said.
The CIA reportedly has stopped another plot by al Qaeda to take down a U.S.-bound airliner with an underwear bomb.
Dania Suarez, the woman who has identified herself as the Colombian prostitute at the center of the U.S. Secret Service scandal, has claimed the agents were very direct about asking for sex
One of the alleged prostitutes caught in the scandal surrounding the U.S. Secret Service reportedly told a Colombian radio program that the agent who had hired her left his luggage and papers exposed in the hotel room where he was staying and where he had taken her. Suarez said if she had been a spy, she could have easily removed his papers.
States and cities are poorly equipped to deal with the fallout of cyber attacks, according to a new study released by the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
US On Alert For Terrorist Attack: Al-Qaeda May Use Human Bombs To Blow US-Bound Planes On Bin Laden Death Anniversary
US airport authorities are on alert and taking special caution on the first death anniversary of America?s most wanted fugitive, Osama Bin Laden, the mastermind of Sept.11 terrorist attack on United States.
Fewer undocumented immigrants stopped for traffic violations will face deportation, under newly unveiled changes to a prominent immigration enforcement program.
A federal district judge issued a last-minute preliminary injunction that blocks the implementation of Department of Labor rules that stiffen employer obligations under the H-2B non-farm seasonal work visa. The rules were set to go into effect Friday, April 27.
The U.S. Secret Service is investigating news reports alleging that about a dozen agents paid for the services of prostitutes while in El Salvador last year.
The secretary of the Department of Homeland Security said that, had the prostitutes involved in the Secret Service scandal have connections with any networks or agencies opposing the United States, there could have been a risk to the president.
Patapsco Flea Market Raided: Federal Agents Seize Counterfeit Goods, Pirated Music At Baltimore Flea Market
Federal agents raided the Patapsco Flea Market in Baltimore Sunday as part of an investigation into counterfeit goods and pirated music at one of the largest flea markets on the East Coast.
Infosys, one of India's leading software services exporters, is facing a US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) probe following an accusation that the company misused B1 visas.