Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano was getting ready to meet the 26 people who were expected to become her new bosses—members of the University of California’s governing board.
U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano is resigning, to become head of the University of California system.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi has disappointed some of her liberal base with her defense of the Obama administration’s classified surveillance of U.S. residents’ phone and Internet records.
East Bay Congressman Eric Swalwell said he’s tired of the “whack-a-mole” approaching to trying to fix the budget.
Security cameras and microphones have been in place on San Francisco buses and trains for over a decade – you’re warned of that every time you step onto a bus or train – but soon those recordings will be beamed back to San Francisco Transit officials or police in real-time, and that has privacy advocates upset.
President Barack Obama signed an executive order last week that some critics fear could give the U.S. government the authority to take over the internet.
Elected officials would do well to remember that it is the job of the voters to pick their representatives, it is not the job of elected officials to pick who gets to vote.
Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano spoke at San Jose State Monday morning. Specifically, she was expected to call on high tech companies to join the federal government in its fight against international hackers.
A federal appeals court said a Stanford University student can sue the Department of Homeland Security over her erroneous placement on the government’s “no-fly list.”
More than 500 members of law enforcement agencies are getting ready to take part in the Bay Area’s non-stop, 48-hour training exercise called “Urban Shield.”