Maryland REAL ID Requirements Approved By Homeland SecurityThe recertification affirms that Maryland has all documentation and security procedures in place that are required to make their REAL ID driver's licenses and identification cards compliant with federal law. 
Acting DHS Chief Says He Regrets Family SeparationsPresident Trump named McAleenan as acting head of the department following the resignation of Kirstjen Nielsen.
DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen Resigning After Clashes With Trump On ImmigrationCBS News first reported Nielsen's impending departure, which Mr. Trump announced after a 5 p.m. meeting with Nielsen at the White House.
Trump Donates Part Of His Salary To Department Of Homeland SecurityTrump posted a photo on Twitter of a check for $100,000 -- one quarter of his annual $400,000 salary -- made out to DHS.
'They're Great Dogs' A Baltimore City Police Officer Said Of The Departments Newest K9'sBaltimore City Police is adding eight new K9's to its force, the department announced.
Stricter Screening Guidelines For Passengers Flying Into USThere will be more screenings for every single commercial airline passenger flying into the U.S. because the Department of Homeland Security said it's dealing with an "agile enemy" who's brought down airliners before.
As Election Day Nears Voter Fraud Remains A Top ConcernWith less than a week until Election Day federal and state working overtime to safeguard voting results, but some are still worried about the potential of voter fraud.
Homeland Security Employee Caught With Gun, Knife ArrestedAuthorities have arrested a Department of Homeland Security employee on charges related to entering his agency's Washington headquarters with a gun, a knife, an infrared camera, pepper spray and handcuffs.
Feds: Homeland Security Employee Caught With Gun, KnifeFederal prosecutors are investigating whether a Department of Homeland Security employee with top-secret clearance was planning an attack at the agency's Washington headquarters when he entered the building with a gun, a knife, an infrared camera, pepper spray and handcuffs.
Officials: Millions Affected By US Data BreachThe Obama administration is scrambling to assess the impact of a massive data breach involving the agency that handles security clearances and employee records, U.S. officials said Thursday.
Undercover Agents Expose Flaws At TSA CheckpointsSecurity failures at the nation's busiest airports.