The stockpiling of ammunition by the Homeland Security agency has reached ridiculous proportions, with the latest purchase coming in at 21.6 million rounds of jacketed hollowpoint ammo.
Federal agency has now acquired enough bullets to wage 30 year war
Larry C. was two weeks into his new job at a software security company in Northern California when he was confronted by six armed police officers pointing guns at him within seconds after entering work Monday.
Options for Consideration demonstrates possible actions to take if confronted with a active shooter scenario. The instructive video reviews the choices of evacuating, hiding, or, as an option of last resort, challenging the shooter.
Is your workplace getting shot up by a crazed gunman? No problem — just grab a pair of scissors and fight back! That’s some of the helpful advice in a new instructional video from the Department of Homeland Security
The Department of Homeland Security has released a video advising Americans on how to deal with a mass shooting—and some of its tips have the New York Post scratching its head.
KRQE in Albuquerque, New Mexico, reports that the Department of Homeland Security – the federal agency initially established to protect the United States from terrorists and respond to natural disasters – has used its ICE division to bust a gun colle
The containers (pictured above) are usually painted olive drab and are unmarked except for indistinguishable numbers/letters probably for inventory, routing, etc.
In yet another huge blow to the rhetoric and narrative of the Obama administration and its desire to disarm the American public,...
The 2005 REAL ID Act established minimum federal standards for state-issued identification documents, such as driver’s licenses, based on recommendations from the 9/11 Commission.
Why would a federal government which continuously refers to pro-lifers as terrorists be invited into private parochial schools by Catholic administrators?
I’m not certain whether The Washington Times considers itself mainstream media, and, if it does, whether anyone else agrees.
A Virginia man who wrote an abbreviated version of the Fourth Amendment on his body and stripped to his shorts at an airport security screening area won a trial Friday in his lawsuit seeking $250,000 in damages for being detained on a disorderly cond
Passengers asked to “volunteer” to have bags searched
Employees and guests urged to report “suspicious behavior” under DHS program
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Secret Service have requested information to support the installation of a gunshot detection system in Washington D.C.
The Department of Homeland Security is looking to install “gunshot detector” microphones that are capable of listening to conversations throughout “urban areas” of Washington, DC.
"A 911 caller told Nassau County Police she saw a suspicious teen at about 7:38 a.m. Tuesday ... The caller said he was also carrying a lime green gun." Hmm. Might that have been a clue that we're dealing with a toy?
The intriguing the list includes obvious choices such as 'attack', 'Al Qaeda', 'terrorism' and 'dirty bomb' alongside dozens of seemingly innocent words like 'pork', 'cloud', 'team' and 'Mexico'
computer virus attacked a turbine control system at a U.S. power company last fall when a technician unknowingly inserted an infected USB computer drive into the network, keeping a plant off line for three weeks, according to a report posted on a U.
Janet Napolitano, head of the Department of Homeland Security, released a statement Wednesday saying she is "proud to support" the Obama administration's efforts to "combat gun violence in our country."
After Fleming passed over the power plant, he was ordered to land his glider, which he did as soon as prevailing wind currents permitted. Once he was down on the ground, Fleming was swarmed by law enforcement.
Osman Barre, a Somali-born software engineer living in Portland, Oregon, was concerned that his teenage son was being radicalized by exposure to jihadist literature. Barre expressed his concerns to the FBI
Osman Barre, a Somali-born software engineer living in Portland, Oregon, was worried that his teenage son Mohamed Osman Mohamud was being radicalized by exposure to jihadist literature.
I keep hearing horror stories of people getting things stolen out of their carry-on luggage by the TSA. Thefts of valuable electronics, precious coins, cash and other items by TSA agents are ridiculously common, and seemingly countless numbers of TSA
Talk show host threatened with arrest for not removing shoes
Last March we found 450 million rounds of .40 caliber ammunition slated for delivery to the Department of Homeland Service and its agencies.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents announced today they have rescued 44 children from sexual abuse as part of a child pornography investigation that netted 245 arrests over five weeks late last year. Agents have identified an additio
TSA VIPR team keeps tabs on fans
The TSA continues to keep Americans safe from terrorists, once again thwarting a dangerous threat, this time from a wheelchair bound twelve-year-old girl with a genetic bone disorder.