Pentagon sources tell CBN News, U.S. military officials in Seoul, South Korea have detected "some movement from the North's missile facilities and bases" and maintained "the heightened reconnaissance and preparedness posture."
A suspect is in custody after allegedly shooting and killing a Texas Tech University officer.
Defense Secretary James Mattis acknowledged that it's impossible to tell what the future holds for the crisis with North Korea. Still, he warned the U.S. Armed Forces is ready for a military confrontation with Kim Jong-un.
The Trump administration released a list of hard-line immigration priorities on Sunday that threaten to derail efforts to protect from deportation of hundreds of thousands of young immigrants, many of whom were brought into the U.S. illegally as children.
The House Homeland Security Committee approved a major border security bill that includes $10 billion for a wall with Mexico.
The National Rifle Association wants the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives to review whether "bump stocks" comply with federal law, and the organization believes the devices should be subject to further regulations.
The Homeland Security Department will stop accepting DACA renewals after midnight Thursday, a deadline that could leave tens of thousands of so-called Dreamers without work authorization.
Terrorists claim responsibility for attack Afghan airport saying it was aimed at United States Defense Secretary.
The Department of Justice's Inspector General wrote a memorandum advising new FBI Director Christopher Wray about serious allegations of misconduct by agents that were never properly investigated.
Homeland Security leaders say the department began construction Tuesday on the prototypes for President Trump's new border wall.