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.”
The Department of Homeland Security and the FBI have issued a new warning of vigilance to airports that al-Qaeda might be looking to load smaller airplanes with explosives, but don’t have specific threats.
Latinos in Oakland’s Fruitvale District gathered with some prominent political supporters to call for the repeal of a Homeland Security program they claim promotes racial profiling.
The San Jose Police Department is letting go of two federal immigration agency investigators it had enlisted to help crack down on escalating gang violence.
A coalition of activists concerned about the presence of two Homeland Security supervisors, who are helping San Jose Police with gang issues, have gotten their wish, a face-to-face meeting with those officers. However, they said that they still want more.
The San Jose Police Department announced they are getting some much-needed assistance in combating gang-related crimes from The Department of Homeland Security.
Revelations that Osama bin Laden considered hijacking and blowing up U.S. oil tankers in order to provoke an “extreme economic crisis” came as no surprise to the Coast Guard in the Bay Area.
The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority announced they would conduct a prevention and response exercise Sunday afternoon at the San Jose Diridon Caltrain station.
Osama Bin Laden’s death has mass transit agencies across the US preparing for retaliatory attacks, but they’re also preparing for major cuts in federal funding.