Police in Los Angeles and across the country went into a heightened state of alert Monday night, the day before the first anniversary of Osama bin Laden’s death.
If you happen to believe in conspiracy theories or want to be free of taxes, a new government report says you just might be a terrorist.
Police said the debut of a new system capable of scanning thousands of license plates per shift has been a success.
As security tightens at the land border between the U.S. and Mexico, the maritime border remains wide open.
An Orange County dad is behind bars tonight after allegedly exposing himself online to an internet user he believed to be a 13-year-old girl.
Investigators Wednesday arrested a man accused of trying to sell counterfeit software during a sting at a Long Beach coffee shop.
The Los Angeles City Council has voted 11-1 to support state efforts to withdraw from a Homeland Security program that requires fingerprints of arrestees to be shared with immigration agents.
The FBI and Homeland Security say al-Qaeda had planned to target trains in the United States on the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Officers are set to learn everything from maritime boarding procedures to vessel identification and counter-terrorism practices.
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano says the color-coded terror alert system will be replaced next week by two warnings: elevated and imminent.
The “If You See Something, Say Something” campaign is a public awareness imitative for stadiums, clubs, theatres, arenas and convention centers nationwide to help insure the safety and security of the American public.
The Homeland Security Department and the NBA said Tuesday they will launch a security campaign at this weekend’s All-Star game activities in Los Angeles, encouraging people to report suspicious activity.
Longtime Democratic Rep. Jane Harman plans to resign from the House and is in line to become the next president of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.
A nearly four-year prison sentence has been ordered for a man who posed as a Hollywood producer and fleeced investors out of $3.4 million for a phony show about the Department of Homeland Security.