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Trump: DHS secretary nominee needs no 'on the job' training
Trump urges Congress to "put politics aside" and confirm his deputy chief of staff to run the Department of Homeland Security.
Las Vegas shooter was preparing for siege with authorities, sources say
Ten days have passed and investigators still have no clear sense of what led Stephen Paddock to open fire on a country music festival from his 32nd-floor hotel suite in Las Vegas, killing 58 people and wounding hundreds of others before taking his own life. Multiple officials briefed on the
White House: Trump picks deputy chief of staff to lead DHS
White House: Trump picks deputy chief of staff to lead Department of Homeland Security
Trump nominates Kirstjen Nielsen as homeland security secretary
President Donald Trump nominated Kirstjen Nielsen as homeland security secretary on Wednesday. Nielsen previously served at the Department of Homeland Security as the chief of staff for John Kelly before he left to become the White House chief of staff. She followed him to the White House, where
The Latest: Trump to nominate White House aide to head DHS
The White House says President Donald Trump will nominate Kirstjen Nielsen to serve as his next secretary of Homeland Security
Investigators continue to press the Las Vegas gunman's girlfriend for more details
Officials tell ABC News Marilou Danley has been placed on a U.S. government travel watch list so that authorities will be notified if she tries to board a flight or leave the country.
Officials: Las Vegas gunman's girlfriend added to travel watch list
The companion of the Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock has been put on a U.S. government watch list as the FBI continues to press her for information about the worst mass shooting in modern American history, federal law enforcement officials tell ABC News. Marilou Danley has been designated as a
In shooting chaos, Las Vegas airport became a safe haven
As bullets began flying into a crowd of country music fans, a pack of 300-plus people ran about a mile to the Las Vegas airport, where they kicked down chain-link fences, hobbled over razor wire and were briefly mistaken by security officials for being attackers instead of shooting victims. Once
How five days in Louisville changed everything
LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- He worked the late shift on Wednesday night. At the local airport, a TSA agent who leaned against a post reacted to a wild week by shaking his head and offering a popular response to the latest Louisville basketball scandal . "Crazy." He spoke for thousands. The week's drama left
'Career Canines': TSA dog deploys to Texas after Hurricane Harvey
As a member of the TSA's K-9 team, he works tirelessly to screen thousands of travelers each day to keep them safe from explosives.