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The department will try to gather biometric data on all departing foreigners without causing delays.
UT campus will enhance existing fence, while government will pay for cameras.
The government has been seizing electronics from randomly selected travelers. Tell us what you think.
A controversial customs practice creates a legal backlash.
Two oceanography graduate students at MIT have been labeled "security threats" by the Department of Homeland Security
Just how much will the government's crackdown on businesses' hiring of illegal immigrants cost?
Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff is on a crusade the likes of which Washington has rarely seen. He even has an acronym for it: NIMTOF.
Just days from its official fifth birthday on March 1, the Department of Homeland Security is crowing about its successes in establishing tighter security to thwart terrorism.
The Department of Homeland Security, currently building real and virtual fences on the nation's southern border, won't give in to local lawsuits or complaints from landowners because protecting the nation is a larger responsibility than protecting a landowner's property, according to Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff.
Washington plans stepped-up defenses against cyberattacks