Maryland U.S. Attorney's Office Seizes Website Claiming To Provide Covid VaccinesThe Maryland U.S. Attorney's Office said Friday it has seized a website, which claimed to be the website of an actual biotechnology company associated with the World Health Organization and developing a Covid-19 vaccine, but instead allegedly was used to collect personal information of site visitors to use for fraud, phishing attacks and deployment of malware.
Homeland Security Issues Bulletin Over Potential For More Violence, Domestic Terrorism Following InaugurationThe Department of Homeland Security issued a national terrorism bulletin Wednesday warning of the lingering potential for violence from people motivated by antigovernment sentiment after President Joe Biden's election, suggesting the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol may embolden extremists and set the stage for additional attacks.
Undocumented Immigrants Concerned After Leaked Memo Reveals Planned RaidDays after Homeland Security cancels "Operation Mega," a nationwide crackdown and round up of undocumented immigrants, some are worried it's only a matter of time before they're booted out of the country.
Theft Ring Stretching From California To Maryland Stopped A Decade LaterLaw enforcement agencies broke up a decade-old theft ring that stretched from California to Frederick, Maryland.
President Trump's Controversial Travel Ban Back In EffectPresident Trump's travel ban goes into effect Thursday. The U.S. Supreme Court reinstated it earlier this week.
US Demands More Security On International Flights To USThe Homeland Security Department is demanding that airlines around the world step up security measures for international flights bound for the United States or face the possibility of a total electronics ban for planes.
ISIS-Inspired Attack In London Brings Concern In MarylandThe latest ISIS-inspired attack in London shows how terrorists can make a big impact on a small scale.
Maryland Adds Cybersecurity, Patent Law To Graduate ProgramThe University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law has expanded its new master of science in law program to include specializations in patent law and cybersecurity, bringing the number of options to five.
Rep. C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger To Talk To StudentsRep. C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger is scheduled to talk to students studying homeland security.
Surveillance System Helps To Monitor Poachers On The BayThey go largely unseen, but 24 hours a day, there are eyes on the bay. They're looking for boats in trouble and boats breaking the law.
Some U.S.-Bound Air Travelers Must Turn On PhonesTurn on your cell phone or you can forget flying. That's the message from the TSA to international travelers. It's part of a plan to tighten security for those coming into the US.
Homeland Security Arrests Dozens Of Suspected Gang MembersCleaning the streets. Homeland Security agents arrest more than two dozen suspected gang members in Maryland.
Homeland Security Arrests More Than 600 Gang SuspectsMore than 600 suspected gang members have been arrested in the Homeland Security Department's latest crackdown on street gangs, Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials said Thursday.
Janet Napolitano Resigns As Homeland Security Sec.; Could Gov. O'Malley Replace Her?Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano resigns to oversee the University of California system. While President Barack Obama praises her service---she has been Homeland Security Secretary since 2009---questions are already raised about who will take her place.
Fire Dept. Gets $1.5M Grant For Heart MonitorsU.S. Department of Homeland Security has awarded a nearly $1.5 million grant to the Baltimore Fire Department to buy 75 monitor/defibrillators.