Category: Homeland Security News

ForensicsUnlocking Unique Chemical Signatures in Tires Published 28 April 2021 Skid marks left by cars are often analyzed for their impression patterns, but they often don’t provide enough information to identify a specific vehicle. A new approach could provide law enforcement new tools to track down those who flee a crime scene. Skid marks left by

MigrationU.S .Pledges Central America Aid, Programs to Address Migration Published 27 April 2021 U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris is scheduled to speak Tuesday with community organizations in Guatemala, a day after the United States announced economic and other efforts to help Guatemala and its neighbors slow uncontrolled migration. U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris is scheduled to

ImmigrationIncreasing Immigration Vital to the U.S. Continued Global Economic Leadership: Study Published 27 April 2021 A new report presents data which show that increasing immigration is vital to the U.S.’ continued global economic leadership, and how the U.S. must raise immigration levels in order to remain the world’s largest economy, maintain a strong, competitive workforce,

Alternate realityQAnon Hasn’t Gone Away – It’s Alive and Kicking in States Across the Country By Sophie Bjork-James Published 27 April 2021 By this point, almost everyone has heard of QAnon, the conspiracy spawned by an anonymous online poster of enigmatic prophecies. Perhaps the greatest success of the conspiracy is its ability to create a

Securing soft targets Students Collaborate to Solve Homeland Security Challenges Published 23 April 2021 In the parlance of homeland security, soft targets are places that are easily accessible to the general public and relatively unprotected. Last month, innovative students from Arizona State University and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas competed in “Hardening Soft Targets”