The Russian government is believed to be responsible for a massive cyberespionage campaign against several US federal agencies
In a big relief for thousands of stranded Indian professionals in America due to the coronavirus pandemic, the US government has decided to accept their H-1B visa applications for an extended stay in the country
Unidentified man killed in attempted attack on immigration jail in Washington after police open fire
The detention center in Tacoma, Washington has also held immigration-seeking parents separated from their children under US President Donald Trump's "zero tolerance" policy.
Democrats grill US Homeland Security secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, say 'verbal gymnastics' won't change scars of family separation at border
US Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen insisted Wednesday the crisis at the southern border is not manufactured, as she faced questions from Democrats for the first time since they took control of the House.
Stathakopoulos repeated Apple’s press statements that it never found malicious chips in any server.
Nationwide protests planned across US to pressure Donald Trump administration into reuniting migrant families
Many who show up will be anti-Trump demonstrators, others will be new to immigration activism, including parents who say they feel compelled to show up.
US Olympic swimmer Ariana Kukors accuses former national coach of sexually abusing her when she was 16
Former US Olympic swimmer Ariana Kukors accused a former coach of the national team of sexually abusing her when she was 16, joining a chorus of young athletes in gymnastics and other sports who have come forward with similar allegations involving team officials.
Def Con hacking convention in Las Vegas will allow hackers to break into voting machines and voter databases in a bid to uncover vulnerabilities.
Under the new rule the passengers travelling to the US by Etihad Airways flights are allowed to carry all laptops, tablets and other electronic devices.
The capital of the United Arab Emirates became the first city to be exempt from a US ban on laptop computers being in the cabins of airplanes coming from the Middle east
Washington: A US court has rejected the Justice Department's appeal asking to pause the sweeping decision that temporarily halted enforcement of president Donald Trump's travel ban on citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries. The Ninth Circuit Court has asked to file legal briefs before it makes a decision, CNN reported.