RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

U.S. Department of Homeland Security

A collection of news and information related to U.S. Department of Homeland Security published by this site and its partners.

Top U.S. Department of Homeland Security Articles

Displaying items 85-96
  • Dr. Benjamin H. Cassutto, veterinarian

    Dr. Benjamin H. Cassutto, veterinarian
    Dr. Benjamin H. Cassutto, a veterinarian and Army veteran, died Thursday of cancer at Nanticoke Hospital in Seaford, Del. The Millsboro, Del., resident was 52. The son of a minister and a Carroll County educator, Benjamin Henricus Cassutto was born in...
  • Maryland braces for Hurricane Sandy

    Maryland braces for Hurricane Sandy
    As the eye of Hurricane Sandy loomed a few hundred miles to the southeast and the monster storm churned toward the Mid-Atlantic coast, Marylanders braced for the arrival of a weather system with the potential to be the most damaging to hit the United...
  • Maryland emergency crews on standby to head north

    With Maryland largely spared from the worst of superstorm Sandy's wrath, some Baltimore-area emergency personnel — including a specially trained urban search and rescue team and multiple medical units — are gearing up to be dispatched to...
  • Highland/Fulton: It's Christmas Bazaar time at St. Francis Catholic Church

    Don't forget that this weekend is the annual Christmas Bazaar sponsored by St. Francis Catholic Church in Fulton. It begins at 6 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 9, and continues on Saturday, Nov. 10, from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. The Folly Quarter Middle School PTA...
  • What hiring freeze? Federal government continues to post job openings

    What hiring freeze? Federal government continues to post job openings
    While hundreds of thousands of federal workers brace for unpaid furloughs starting next month, Uncle Sam is still looking to hire. In one week alone this month, nearly 2,200 job listings available to the public were posted on USAJobs.gov, the federal...
  • Federal government cuts travel costs; scientists warn of collaboration lost

    Federal government cuts travel costs; scientists warn of collaboration lost
    Florence P. Haseltine knows the power of scientists meeting face to face. The former researcher at the National Institutes of Health notes a list of milestones achieved through networking and collaboration at conferences, such as the deliberations that...
  • Harford County anticipates impacts from sequester

    Harford County anticipates impacts from sequester
    Harford County, home to Aberdeen Proving Ground and the massive federal military and civilian workforce that comes with it, is bracing for automatic federal spending cuts – known as sequestration – which could have a ripple effect far beyond...
  • Md. schools concerned cuts will affect next school year

    Md. schools concerned cuts will affect next school year
    Federal education officials warned Wednesday of deep cuts to school systems such as Baltimore's if lawmakers fail to avert across-the-board spending reductions — leaving local schools uncertain how many teachers and programs they can retain next...
  • Anne Arundel county executive shuts down in-house surveillance operation

    Anne Arundel county executive shuts down in-house surveillance operation
    On her first full day on the job, the new Anne Arundel County executive shut down a surveillance operation inside the county office building that included 500 cameras recording minute-by-minute activity in and around numerous county government facilities....
  • Unlocking immigrant detention reform

    Unlocking immigrant detention reform
    The U.S. Department of Homeland Security now incarcerates, via immigration detention, more people per year than any other state or federal agency. In 2012, the DHS detained over 429,000 noncitizens awaiting immigration hearings or deportation, at a $2...
  • Frederick County officials shouldn't be enforcing immigration law

    Frederick County officials shouldn't be enforcing immigration law
    A Hispanic woman was eating her lunch near a pond outside her workplace when deputies from the Frederick County Sheriff's Office arbitrarily accosted her. They questioned her about her immigration status, arrested her and placed her in detention, where...
  • Federal innovation a matter of perspective

    The federal government has an innovation problem — or does it? The answer depends on whom you ask. Federal employees surveyed over the past three years have had a declining view of government innovation. But that doesn't mean Uncle Sam doesn't...