NEWS & ANALYSIS

U.S. Should Concentrate on Border and Airport Security, Says Chertoff

Unlike Europe, the terrorist threat faced by the U.S. comes from without rather than from within.

United Kingdom to Beef up Security Once Again

Prime Minister Brown's new counterterrorism plan seeks to protect the nation's transportation infrastructure.

Report: Border Security Shoddy at Land Ports of Entry

The Government Accountability Office reports traveler inspections at land ports are weak.

Security of Enhanced Driver’s Licenses Questioned

Critics say the RFID chips embedded within the licenses are better suited for tracking cargo, not verifying people's identity.

Canada's Porous Border

The country's auditor general says border security may be as bad as it was 20 years ago.

New York Governor's New Plan Would Still Give Licenses to Illegal Aliens

Plan would create three separate but secure driver's licenses.

Tuberculosis Infected Man Crossed Border 76 Times

For the second time this year, a highly contagious man with TB has eluded Customs and Border Protection.

Congress Takes Another Look at Sanctuary Cities

The Senate has defeated a proposed bill amendment that would withhold funds from sanctuary cities.

Judge Says No to Social Security No-Match Letters

Judge rules no-match letters would unfairly discriminate against legal workers and cause business disruptions.

DHS Extends Border Fencing 145 Miles

The department completed its goal of laying down 70 miles of fencing by the end of September.
 




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