Pentagon Officials Anticipate Haitian Migrant Influx

Representative Gaetz urges Defense Department officials to support the Coast Guard under Executive Order 13276. Officials from the Department of Defense testified before the House Armed Services Committee…

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Federal Agencies Address Dangers to Indigenous Women

Native population experiences significantly higher murder and trafficking rates. The Department of the Interior (DOI) and Justice (DOJ) released their response to recommendations submitted by the Not Invisible…

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Debate on Bill to End Time Change Continues

States have also proposed 550 individual bills or resolutions regarding time changes. Senator Marco Rubio reintroduced the Sunshine Protection Act a year ago, in an attempt to end…

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Secretary Blinken Discusses Haiti in Jamaican Meetings

The U.S. evacuated non-essential personnel from the embassy in Port au Prince. Secretary of State Antony Blinken participated in the High-Level Meeting on Haiti convened by the Conference…

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House Passes Laken Riley Act

The measure, named after the Georgia student killed by an illegal immigrant, requires ICE detention of undocumented migrants. The House of Representatives passed the Laken Riley Act after…

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The U.S. Urges Citizens to Leave Haiti as Gangs Seize Control

The U.S. embassy in Port-au-Prince currently has limited operations. The U.S. Embassy in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, issued an updated security alert for U.S. citizens after armed gangs broke thousands…

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U.S. Marshals Service Reports Threats to Federal Judges Doubled

457 serious threats were investigated in 2023 compared with 224 in 2021. The U.S. Marshals Service reported this week that threats against federal judges more than doubled between…

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DHS Hosts Student Winners of Safety Innovation Contest

The Center for Prevention Programs and Partnerships hosts 27 students from university and high school teams. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) recently hosted the finalists of their…

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FBI Reports 1-in-10 Hate Crimes Occur at Schools

Intimidation is the most frequent, followed by simple and aggravated assaults. The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) recently published its annual report on hate crimes, documenting that 1-in-10…

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DOJ Commits Grants to Safety Projects Reducing Violent Crime

The department also announced five additional cities in the crime prevention federal partnership. The Department of Justice announced new public safety commitments this month designed to reduce violent…

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