The Transportation Security Administration has expanded its duties beyond simple security checks at American airports. Now, unsuspecting citizens can be searched at different transportation hubs across the country.
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The Federal Bureau of Investigation gave its informants permission to commit 5,658 crimes in 2011 alone, reports USA Today.
Muslim-American groups are pushing to block the potential nomination of Raymond Kelly for secretary of the Department of Homeland Security.
Secretary of State John Kerry declared in an interview with Pakistan TV Thursday that U.S. drone strikes in the country will soon come to an end.
The majority of Americans are still in favor of Stand Your Ground laws, according to a newly released poll conducted by Quinnipiac University.
The state of Hawaii has a brilliant plan to rid itself of homeless tramps while saving millions.
A Government Accountability Office audit performed Tuesday shows that the Department of Homeland Security has lost track of one million immigrants who definitely came to the U.S. but whose present location is now undetermined.
A new Government Accountability Office report released Monday shows that misconduct by Transportation Security Administration workers is up by 26 percent in the last three years, CNN reports.
A prime-time Pakistani game show is now giving away babies as prizes, CNN reports.
Prince Alwaleed bin Talal says the Gulf Arab Kingdom needs to reduce its reliance on crude oil, because fracking technology under development in other nations will result in less dependency on obtaining energy resources in his homeland.
Recent emergency response system crashes have left New York City emergency operators recording accidents with a pencil and paper, the New York Post reports.
Senior military personnel are considering giving women different military training than men, The Washington Times reports.
Axel Brechensbauer has envisioned a new kind of drone, one designed to launch happiness, cheer and clouds of opiates, instead of missiles.
A new report published by the Century Foundation shows that though the unemployment rate is going down, the decreasing numbers aren't due to a spike in employment rates or job creation. Instead, more people are leaving the work force entirely.
North Carolina’s early warning system for bio threats nabbed a $3 million cash infusion this week.
Hector Ricketts, a small business owner in New York City, says he is experiencing business woes because of the city's arbitrary regulations regarding public transportation.
A new program implemented by the Transportation Security Administration will allow all passengers to apply for expedited screening checks so they can board planes more efficiently.
President Barack Obama's job approval rating averaged 47.9% during his 18th quarter in office, which is the second consecutive quarter that his job approval has declined.
Global News CA conducted a poll Thursday asking readers to vote on the potential purchase of Detroit after the city filed for the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history, presenting its reader with a list of pros and cons.