"During the 35-day shutdown, Border Patrol operations continued as agents in the Rio Grande Valley Sector apprehended nearly 17K illegal aliens, seized more than 15K pounds of marijuana and nearly 900 pounds of cocaine. Additionally, agents located and took down 19 stash houses."
Funding Will Go Toward Innovations and Technologies Designed to Increase the Resilience, Reliability and Security of an Integrated Grid
"Over the past few months (FY19 to date), USBP has seen a dramatic increase in the number of large groups of 100 illegal aliens or more being apprehended along the southern border. In the El Paso, Rio Grande Valley, Tucson, and Yuma Sectors over the last four months, smugglers and traffickers have delivered 53 large groups, totaling 8,797 illegal aliens."
HUD RENEWS FUNDING TO THOUSANDS OF LOCAL HOMELESS PROGRAMS --- $2 billion to renew existing grants to 5,800 community-based housing and service providers
New federal child abuse and neglect data shows a decline in the number of victims who suffered maltreatment for the second consecutive year. As in past years, rates of abuse and neglect are highest among infants and young children.
NATIONAL NEWS: After initial inspection utilizing a non-intrusive imaging systems scan, CBP officers conducted an intensive physical examination and discovered 53 bundles containing a total of $988,550 in unreported currency hidden within the vehicle.
Another partnership to improve access to care and prevention for veterans.
"Coal is vital to the Nation’s energy security and provides around 30 percent of U.S"
Recently, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) released the number of enforcement actions at the southwest border for the month of December. Due to the...
The department improved 11 spots in 2018 Partnership for Public Service survey A 2018 Partnership for Public Service survey ranks VA among the Best Places to Work in the Federal...