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TSA Ready for Holiday Travel Surge Despite Reports of Staffing Concerns

TSA said in a statement on November 17 that it “does not anticipate that the federal employee vaccine mandate will in any way impact the agency’s ability to staff for Thanksgiving travel”.

Overhaul of Counter-Wildlife Trafficking Efforts at DHS as Audit Reveals Significant Gaps

Transnational criminal gangs are exploiting the increasingly interconnected air transport system to traffic wildlife and the illicit activity has become an international crisis that threatens security, undermines laws, and may lead to the spread of viruses.

DHS Releases First Ever Strategic Framework for Addressing Climate Change

In addition to extreme weather events, DHS warns that revisionist nations will seek to exploit climate change induced instability to erode the rules-based order that is central to the security and prosperity of the United States and its allies.

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Man Jailed for Sharing Extremist Material Encouraging Violent Jihad

A man who shared extremist material encouraging violent Jihad has been jailed. The offenses date back to 2017 and relate to Islamist material which glorified...

Sergio Tinoco, Author, Proud American & Agent, U.S. Border Patrol, DHS

Sergio A. Tinoco is the author of Proud American: The Migrant, Soldier, and Agent and has joined HSToday as a columnist to provide insights...

Ten Agencies Plan to Increase Use of Facial Recognition Technology

As the use of facial recognition technology (FRT) continues to expand, Congress, academics, and advocacy organizations have all highlighted the importance of developing a...

FAA Proposes Fine Against Illegal Charters

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has proposed a $2,191,938 civil penalty against Indy Jet Management LLC and other associated parties...
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