The coming rulemaking would waive REAL ID Act requirements so that federal agencies can still accept mobile driver's licenses when the law’s implementation starts in 2025.
The National Background Investigation Services system was initially scheduled to be up and running in 2019.
The power grid is experiencing heightened threats from foreign adversaries and domestic extremist groups that can pose devastating consequences for the nation’s supply of electricity, experts told a House subcommittee on Tuesday.
A senator's holds on military nominations are hurting readiness against China, Defense official says
From Defense policy bill amendments and "poison pill" spending bills to promotion holds, Republicans' efforts are frustrating Pentagon officials.
Review came after a junior airman was charged with posting Ukraine war documents and other secret information online.
How The Exposure Of Highly Classified Documents Could Harm U.S. Security – And Why There Are Laws Against Storing Them Insecurely
The Espionage Act is much broader than traditional spying and includes the unauthorized possession, storage or disclosure of classified information.
Trump Indictments Won’t Keep Him From Presidential Race, But Will Make His Reelection Bid Much Harder
Because the Constitution does not require that the president be free from indictment, conviction or prison, it follows that a person under indictment or in prison may run for the office and may even serve as president.
Trump Indictment Unsealed – A Criminal Law Scholar Explains What The Charges Mean, And What Prosecutors Will Now Need To Prove
The 49-page document details how Trump kept classified government documents – including papers concerning U.S. nuclear capabilities – scattered in boxes across his home at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida, long after his presidency ended in 2021 and the government tried to reclaim them.
The agency is going to use drones to conduct security assessments at airports, transportation incidents and large security events.
A pre-deployment exercise allowed the 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit to practice what they learned from the Afghanistan withdrawal and other non-combatant evacuation operations.
This week, lawmakers reignited the legislative charge into investigating and regulating how automated and artificial intelligence systems will be implemented in crucial operations.
The department will look to better understand artificial intelligence and deploy it in security operations.
As the Pentagon responds to a classified document leak, officials should focus on enforcing “need to know,” according to Frank Kendall.
Prosecutors unveiled charges Monday against a “troll farm” and Chinese nationals who worked with a Zoom employee to crash meetings with U.S.-based dissidents.
The Homeland Security Department hopes a new website will serve as a one-stop shop for visitors aiming to prevent targeted violence and domestic terrorism with a slew of local and national federal resources.
With the economy under pressure from rising costs, people with active federal security clearances are pushing for higher compensation.
U.S. government efforts to stem these infowar efforts are meeting resistance.