Nina Jankowicz looks back at how exaggerations and falsehoods stoked so many doubts about the Disinformation Governance Board that DHS paused it after just three weeks.
The Department of Homeland Security said Wednesday it would pause the work of a board created to combat disinformation. The board — and its leader — faced an online campaign to discredit its work.
Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas testifies today before the House Judiciary Committee where he's expected to face another heated round of questioning on Title 42.
The designation comes amid extreme violence between Cameroon's forces and separatists as well as a significant rise in attacks from Boko Haram, according to the Department of Homeland Security.
Afghan refugees have left their first destination in the U.S.: military bases. Now they're resettling in communities around the country. But finding affordable housing makes the transition difficult.
A Department of Homeland Security memo says truckers protesting vaccine requirements are planning a potential disruption at the Super Bowl in Los Angeles and the State of the Union in Washington, D.C.
In a filing with the SEC, Peloton said it was being investigated for its reporting on injuries associated with one of its treadmill products, the Tread+.
Eligible Haitians in the U.S. can apply for a new 18-month designation. Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas cited security concerns, human rights abuses and poverty for the decision.
A federal judge in Texas has temporarily blocked President Biden's 100-day moratorium on most deportations. One man who was scheduled for deportation is tangled in the bureaucratic morass.
The bulletin did not cite any specific threat but said that the risk of violence will persist for weeks. It warned that some extremists may be "emboldened" by the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.
Under the Biden administration, the Department of Homeland Security looks set to roll back several Trump-era immigration policies and to establish a path to citizenship for immigrants.
Federal Judge Nicholas Garaufis instructed the Department of Homeland Security to begin accepting new applications for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program as soon as Monday.
Democratic lawmakers are demanding more information from the Trump administration about U.S. agents working in Guatemala to round up Honduran migrants and send them to the Guatemala-Honduras border.
The proposed policy, which DHS called "imminent" on Tuesday, would allow the government to demand more personal data from more people as part of the immigration process.