It is beyond dispute that the situation at the southern border is a crisis of monumental proportions.
Two senior Democrats have suggested the DHS inspector general may have "secretly abandoned efforts" to collect Secret Service texts from January 6.
"Remember when Biden attacked Trump over the wall? Walls work!" Ryan Fournier, founder of Students for Trump, tweeted.
"Like any big organization, what's known to the public is what the organization feels comfortable telling the public," author Jeffrey Robinson said.
The former federal prosecutor said the Secret Service should welcome a "a full, aggressive FBI investigation" if they did nothing wrong.
Presidential historian Michael Beschloss said it was "vital" to know if the Secret Service has been "dangerously compromised."
The National Archives directed the agency to provide a report on the text messages within 30 days.
The agency will reportedly run out of money before October unless the Department of Homeland Security is able to pull funds for other programs.
The Secret Service's head of communications said the DHS inspector general's claims about the texts were "categorically false."
Pyotr Koronayev is just one of a number of Russian journalists who have fled Russia after they spoke out against the war in Ukraine.
"Ultimately, it's going to impact all of us," Laredo Mayor Pete Saenz told Newsweek.
Nearly 500 illegal migrants allegedly passed from Mexico into the U.S. as Texas officials called the border crossings an "invasion."
Congress must take the lead—on both prevention and enforcement.
The Department of Homeland Security said the United States "remains in a heightened threat environment."
"We had people potentially die while law enforcement was on scene," John Cohen said Sunday about the mass shooting that killed 21 people this week.
Representatives John Katko and Mike Turner described the Disinformation Governance Board as an "Orwellian entity."
"HOW does the press know about this terrorist plot to burn down the Supreme Court and murder Justices?" Greene tweeted Wednesday
The DHS said that it is committed to working to "prevent all forms of violence, and to support law enforcement efforts to keep our communities safe."
Without dramatic action, a cyber catastrophe is nearly inevitable—whether it happens now or in the future.
If you worked really hard, you might be able to come up with an idea as unappealing as a government disinformation board.
The homeland security secretary responded that "the department's responsibility is to address this information that threatens the security of the homeland."
Psaki said that the controversial new Disinformation Governance Board was the "continuation" of a project started by former President Donald Trump.
Obama said "social media censors 'don't go far enough'" and "six days later, Homeland Security rolls out the 'Ministry of Truth,'" she tweeted Sunday.
The president's recently created bureau has been compared to a department from George Orwell's dystopian classic "1984."
Jankowicz has advised the government of Ukraine on strategic communications and written about fake news.
Granting temporary refuge to people whose country was invaded by a malevolent, expansionist neighbor is the right thing to do—but it must be done lawfully.
U.S. sponsors must pass background checks and prove they have sufficient financial resources to "receive, maintain, and support" the Ukrainians they pledge to help.
A new report from Homeland Security's Office of the Inspector General recommends the "immediate relocation" of all detainees at a New Mexico facility.