TSA To Expand Facial Recognition in Airports 

The administrator says biometrics are more effective and efficient. The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) plans to expand its facial recognition technology to more than 400 federally-run airports across…

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ICE Says Agency No Longer Uses Commercial Cell Phone Data

The practice did not comply with DHS policy. A spokesperson for Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) confirmed this week that the agency has stopped using private phone data…

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Speaker Johnson Delivers First Formal Speech

He voices doubts about the proposed border policies. U.S. House Speaker Mike Johnson of Louisiana spoke about bipartisan border security negotiations on Wednesday, signaling his skepticism of the…

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Senator Schumer Urges FDA and FTC to Further Regulate Nicotine Pouches

He calls Zyn product “quiet and dangerous.“ Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer of New York has called for the Food and Drug Administration and the Federal Trade Commission…

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Education Department Resource Encourages Safe Gun Storage

Officials hope school advocacy will curb child deaths by firearm. The Department of Education’s Technical Assistance Center released a new resource for U.S. schools on Thursday, outlining ways…

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Group of Legislators to Meet with Boeing CEO 

At issue is the grounding of the 737 Max 9 aircraft.  Senators Ted Cruz of Texas and Mark Warner of Virginia, as well as other members of Congress,…

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Vice President Says Border Policies Should Focus on Equity 

She previously explained that equity “means we all end up in the same place.“ Vice President Harris discussed border security, among other topics, during an interview Monday.  She…

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Workforce Shortages Delay U.S. Navy’s New Frigate

The branch is analyzing and strategizing with the contracted manufacturer of the first Constellation-class vessel. The U.S. Navy’s new Constellation-class frigate will be delayed at least a year…

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Forensic Investigators Recover Deleted J6 Files

The select committee’s deletion of the files violates House rules. Last August, a report surfaced that the whereabouts of some of the files pertaining to events at the…

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Congress Passes Federal Funding Extension

The current continuing resolution funds the government into early March. Both chambers of Congress passed an extension of a continuing resolution on Thursday to avoid a partial government…

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