First Lady Says an Aide ‘No Longer Deserves the Honor of Serving in This White House’
President Trump and his wife, Melania, in October at the White House. On Tuesday, Mrs. Trump’s office issued a statement saying Mira Ricardel, a deputy national security adviser, should no longer be employed at the White House.
Police Report in Killing of Black Security Guard Is Criticized as Rushed
Illinois authorities defended an officer who killed the guard, Jemel Roberson, as he tried to stop a gunman at a bar. A Roberson family lawyer says the police are rushing to judgment.
U.S. to Block Sales to Chinese Tech Company Over Security Concerns
The United States will restrict exports to Fujian Jinhua Integrated Circuit, a state-owned Chinese company. Micron Technology, an American semiconductor company, has accused Jinhua of stealing intellectual property.
Trump to replace Homeland Security Secretary Nielsen
U.S. President Donald Trump has decided to replace Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, but has not settled on the timing, the Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday, citing unidentified White House and administration officials.
The Subway Bomber’s Journey to 42nd Street, Captured on Camera
Nearly a year ago, Akayed Ullah was charged with detonating a bomb in the New York City subway. Evidence presented at his trial last week showed how security cameras recorded his every movement.
Cop kills guard who got alleged gunman
A suburban Chicago police officer responding to a shooting at a bar killed a security guard who was just “doing his job,” according to an attorney for the victim’s family.