A bipartisan group of Senators wrote to President Obama urging him to select a nominee for TSA Administrator. Former head John Pistole stepped down on Dec. 31.
Attacks in Paris and radicalization of some Europeans prompted concerns about a threat to the United States.
The tradition took on greater urgency amid the growing debate over police tactics in minority communities.
They didn’t set out to be legal pioneers, but they have become the face of a civil rights challenge.
House Republicans have already voted to approve a 2015 DHS budget that strips away funding for two of President Obama’s most controversial immigration policies.
The victim pointed a gun at the officer, who was doing a business check at a gas station, police said.
Federal law enforcement officers group blasts de Blasio, protesters in officers’ deaths
Bill de Blasio called for calm and unity among angry New Yorkers after the shootings of two NYPD officers.
With police-community relations already strained by nationwide protests, New York’s mayor faces intense criticism amid concerns about more anti-police violence.
An independent review called for deep changes, including a higher fence around the White House.