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McAleenan says transfer of FEMA funds to border will have "no impact" on hurricane response

CBS News Sunday, 1 September 2019
Homeland Security Acting Secretary Kevin McAleenan joins Margaret Brennan to discuss how FEMA is preparing for the arrival of Hurricane Dorian.
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California State Capitol shuts down after a COVID-19 outbreak; FEMA reportedly denied requests for testing help in Phoenix. Latest coronavirus news.

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Homeland Security to reopen travelers' Global Entry enrollment centers July 6, with COVID-19 changes

Global Entry enrollment at Trusted Traveler centers will reopen for interviews starting July 6, with health safety changes amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Trump Administration Wants Social Media To Take Action Against 'Violent Protestors' [Video]

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The Trump administration in the past spoke against politically biased censorship online but now has a different opinion. They are calling on tech and social media to crack down on how users post about ongoing racial-justice protests. The Washington Post reported that acting Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security Chad Wolf sent letters to several companies. According to Gizmodo, he demanded they take action against protestors committing violence and breaking the law.

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Former FDA head says 'exponential' rise in COVID-19 possible [Video]

Former FDA head says 'exponential' rise in COVID-19 possible

Former Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Scott Gottlieb on Sunday warned that some U.S. states, including Texas, Florida and Arizona, could start to see an 'exponential' rise in COVID-19 cases this coming week. This report produced by Yahaira Jacquez.

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Here's Looking At You? DHS Used Aircraft, Drones To Surveil BLM Protests [Video]

Here's Looking At You? DHS Used Aircraft, Drones To Surveil BLM Protests

Gizmodo reports the Department of Homeland Security deployed aircraft in Dayton, Ohio, New York City, Buffalo, and Philadelphia, among other cities. The drones and aircraft were taking footage of protesters demonstrating over the death of George Floyd by the police. The footage is now part of the 'Big Pipe,' which can be accessed by other federal agencies and local police departments for use in future investigations.

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New report revisits 'Sharpiegate' controversy [Video]

New report revisits 'Sharpiegate' controversy

A Monday report found that U.S. agency leaders violated their own policy on scientific integrity after they backed a Trump tweet about Hurricane Dorian last year - that was false. Gloria Tso reports.

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