Former commissioner Ralph Basham calls for fast actionKeep Reading
Cargo screening? SBInet? General aviation? Under review.Keep Reading
Secretary argues more money for aviation security, less for bordersKeep Reading
A pilot program in which US Border Patrol agents work in Mexico and Mexican federal police work in the US and share intelligence to catch drug and human smugglers may soon start in El Paso.
The Obama administration is proposing to scale back some border security programs set up after the 9/11 attacks and ramp up aviation security following the attempted Christmas bombing, in what some conservative lawmakers say is a dangerous priority shift.
Operational Integration Center focus of northern border security
SBI chief maintains confidence in system, but DHS may pursue other technologiesKeep Reading
Overall discretionary funds would increase by 3% in budget driven by aviation securityKeep Reading
The New Mexico House unanimously passed legislation Wednesday sponsored by Rep. Nate Cote (D-Las Cruces) that would better coordinate state, local and federal resources on the border with Mexico.Keep Reading
At top: aviation, borders, information sharing, immigration reformKeep Reading
DHS, FBI must standardize reports, get feedback on needsKeep Reading
New year starting on positive note for Mexican government.
US Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-Texas) detailed her border security plan Tuesday afternoon at a campaign stop in Longview, Texas.Keep Reading
When the 2010 Winter Olympic Games start in Vancouver on Feb. 12, they not only will draw athletes from across the globe but legions of citizens from the USA — all of whom will need to present newly required forms of identification to cross the border.Keep Reading
Narco-cartels have been waging battles against the Mexican government. Last week, during a two-hour gun battle, Mexican Marines killed narco-cartel leader Arturo Beltran Leyva. The raid is a big blow to Leyva’s Federation cartel and a great victory for Mexico President Felipe Calderon. In his weekly interview with Federal News Radio, Homeland Security Today Editor David Silverberg discusses the effect these battles have on the US border.
Terrorists today are using more sophisticated methods to get into the country Keep Reading
'Individuals sympathetic to Al Qaeda ... are present in the US' Keep Reading
Mexican prosecutors, US CBP, ICE work together
Napolitano and Candian counterpart announce a flurry of joint efforts to share travel, trade infoKeep Reading
Across 19 states, 3,000 agents and officers took part in a joint agency effort called Project Coronado—an effort against the Mexican drug cartel La Familia. In an interview with Secure Freedom Radio’s Frank Gaffney—a former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense with the Center for Security Policy in Washington, DC—Homeland Security Today Senior Reporter and Online Editor Anthony Kimery provides insight on Project Coronado—the largest action ever undertaken against a Mexican drug cartel.