Homeland Security News
Homeland Security chief lauds Texas 'sanctuary cities' ban
New U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen is decrying "sanctuary cities" in a state that recently approved one of the nation's strictest laws banning them
The Latest: Moore supporters optimistic as polls close
Republican Roy Moore's supporters are expressing optimism as polls close in Alabama
Authorities reveal more details on NYC subway bomber Akayed Ullah
Ullah told authorities he built his pipe bomb over the past few weeks in his Brooklyn apartment.
Updates: Polls close in Alabama Senate election
Polls have closed in the Alabama special election to fill U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ seat in the U.S. Senate. The Senate race has been thrust into the national spotlight after allegations of sexual misconduct against the Republican nominee, former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore . The
Watchdog to probe EPA chief's purchase of soundproof booth
A government watchdog will examine whether the head of the EPA misused taxpayer money by purchasing a soundproof booth for making private phone calls from his office
Feds in 'heightened posture' over hackers who may target today's Alabama election
Federal officials are in "a heightened posture" looking to thwart any hackers who may be targeting today's hotly contested Senate race in Alabama, where allegations of sexual misconduct against the Republican nominee, Roy Moore, have upended a once-presumed Republican victory, according to a top
Sessions: terror attacks show immigration a security issue
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions says attack on New York City subway system showed in "starkest terms" that the failures of the U.S. immigration system are a national security issue
US budget deficit totals $138.5 billion in November
US government records $138.5 billion deficit in November, up 1.4 percent from a year ago
Former homeland security chief visits tunnel after terror attack: 'We're not afraid'
Former Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson has a message for would-be terrorists: "We're not afraid." Johnson spoke with ABC News at the scene of Monday's terror attack in an underground passageway near the Port Authority Bus Terminal just blocks from Times Square. Five people suffered minor
New Yorkers resume routines after terror attack: 'You can't stop living'
Twenty-four hours after a homemade explosive was detonated in a New York City subway passageway, New Yorkers are back to their daily routines -- including walking through that same tunnel on their way to work. The Monday morning explosion occurred in an underground passageway near the Port