NSA improperly collected Americans’ phone records for a second time, documents reveal
Newly released documents reveal the National Security Agency improperly collected Americans’ call records for a second time, just months after the agency was forced to purge hundreds of millions of collected calls and text records it unlawfully obtained. The …
Rep. Cohen: Some think there’s a method to Trump’s madness. It’s just madness
Rep. Steve Cohen (D-TN) reacts to the release of the transcript of a call from Donald Trump’s attorney John Dowd to Rob Kelner, the lawyer for Trump’s former national security adviser Michael Flynn.
Trump set to talk business, Brexit and trade
A day of stately ceremony and ungenerous feuding behind him, President Donald Trump gets to the business of transatlantic diplomacy on Tuesday with meetings focused on trade, security and Britain’s pained exit from the European Union.
Ex-NFL GM accused of targeting black employees in firings
Shortly after Brian Pope lost his job as security coordinator for the Houston Texans in May, he found out that “several players made the comment that ‘they are trying to get rid of all the brothers,'” he said.
Trump’s expected pick for CBP press secretary stirs controversy
Katharine Gorka, a political appointee at the Department of Homeland Security who has stirred controversy for her views on terrorism and immigration, is expected to be the new press secretary at Customs and Border Protection.
DHS cancels some Global Entry appointments, citing border crush
The Department of Homeland Security has had to cancel some Global Entry appointments as the summer travel season heats up as it transfers people to help at the southern border, a department official tells CNN.