U.S. intelligence chief warns of increased cyberattacks against 2016 campaigns
'As the campaign intensifies,' a senior U.S. official said, 'we’ll probably have more of it.'
Democratic lawmakers urge DHS to improve treatment of LGBT immigration detainees
Thirty-three members of the House and Senate signed a new letter blasting the immigration agency.
DHS, DOJ silent on congressman's questions about anti-LGBT agenda in Rentboy case
'In America, gay sex is not a crime.'
Top DHS official vows to defend 100 percent of federal networks against cyber threats in 2016
Homeland Security has the tools—but will they work?
U.K. police arrest teenage hacker who allegedly broke into CIA director's email
The young man is also suspected of leaking thousands of FBI and DHS employees' personal data.