Republican lawmakers are demanding answers from the Biden administration on how the alleged Texas synagogue hostage-taker was able to get into the United States, amid reports that he had a criminal record and a history of extremism.
Reports about the radical and criminal history of the British citizen who was shot dead in the Texas synagogue siege after taking Jewish worshippers hostage are raising questions on both sides of the Atlantic about how he got past both countries’ intel…
The Biden administration formally terminated three key Trump-era migration agreements amid an ongoing crisis at the southern border when numbers of migrants crossing the border were at their highest.
Charles Edwards, who worked as acting inspector general at DHS-OIG between 2011 and 2013, is accused of having executed a scheme to steal confidential and proprietary software from the government after he left the agency and set up his own company.
The Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Inspector General has found multiple instances of fraud in a visa program designed to give visas to victims of crime, while warning of excessive backlogs, mismanagement and an inability to monitor the pro…
Border Patrol agents nabbed convicted murderers, a sex offender and gang members in one part of the southern border in less than two days, the latest haul of criminals caught trying to enter the U.S. and get past overwhelmed agents.
FIRST ON FOX: House Republicans, led by Rep. Lance Gooden, R-Texas, are pushing for more information from the State Department about a program to issue travel loans to refugees via the United Nations — with the lawmakers expressing concern that it giv…
FIRST ON FOX: Republican attorneys general are calling for action on what they are warning is a “fentanyl scourge” from China and Mexico – warning that it marks a “grave and rising threat” against the American people.
Almost 50,000 illegal immigrants who were told to report to an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) office between March and August have disappeared, according to newly released Homeland Security data.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday heard two cases involving the prolonged detention of illegal immigrants – cases that come as the Biden administration continues to face a crisis at the southern border.