US issues hacking security alert for small planes

The Department of Homeland Security issued a security alert Tuesday for small planes, warning that modern flight systems are vulnerable to hacking if someone manages to gain physical access to the aircraft. (July 30)

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Congresswoman claims ‘cover-up’ at border stations

Texas Democratic congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee alleges that the Department of Homeland Security is engaged in a “cover-up” after an Inspector General’s report that found poor conditions and “dangerous overcrowding” at Texas border stations. (July 9)

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Texas struggles to meet needs as migrant numbers surge

Volunteers work around the clock to assist exhausted Central American migrants in El Paso, Texas. The Department of Homeland Security has said 60 percent of the population crossing the US-Mexico border are children or family units, a relatively recent surge that the system has not been designed to cope with.

US Homeland Security attacks NBC news for false reporting on Russian hacking

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) said a recent report by NBC News was misleading. The channel claimed Russia “successfully penetrated” the voting systems of several states.

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Will new simulator game actually help reduce the number of shootings in US schools?

The U.S. Army and the Department of Homeland Security have developed a virtual reality training game – to simulate active shooter situations in schools. Intended for teachers and first-responders, it leads you through classrooms and hallways as children run and scream for help.

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Russia’s Communist Comeback & Trump In Asia: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)

VICE News travels to the World Festival of Youth and Students in Sochi to see how Communist party leader Gennady Zyuganov is trying to win over young comrades.

Monday night, the Department of Homeland Security decided to rescind Temporary Protected Status for 2,500 Nicaraguans currently residing in the U.S. Although the status is supposed to prevent them from being deported during crisis, in some cases, it’s allowed people to stay in the U.S. long after the crisis has ended. But with Donald Trump in the White House, those people are wondering how much longer that protection will last.

VICE News examines Trump’s attempt at solving the world’s most intractable foreign policy problems during his trip to Asia.

Plus, Republicans push forward with tax reform and Weezer presents this week’s installment of Music Critic.

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Thousands May Be Deported After Trump’s DHS Let This Program Expire (HBO)

Monday night, the Department of Homeland Security revoked Temporary Protected Status for close to five thousand Nicaraguans who have been living in the U.S. since 1998, meaning they’ll be eligible for deportation in just over a year.

More than 80,000 Hondurans protected under the same law find their own legal status in limbo, as DHS did not come to a decision on whether to end their designation. Instead, their protection from deportation was automatically extended for six months while Acting Secretary Elaine Duke deliberates over their fate.

Temporary Protected Status, or T.P.S., is supposed to prevent foreign nationals in the U.S. from being deported when a crisis like a natural disaster or civil war has broken out in their home countries. In some cases, it’s allowed people to stay in the U.S. long after the crisis has ended. Hondurans and Nicaraguans, for example, have benefited from the status since 1998, when Hurricane Mitch tore through Central America. That means they’ve been living here for at least 20 years.

TPS was meant to be a humanitarian response to crisis, but has evolved into a semi-permanent legal limbo for over 400,000 people. Decisions are approaching for over Haitians and Salvadorans also protected under the program. After Monday’s decision, many fear these protections won’t last much longer.

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The Canadian Dream: VICE News Tonight on HBO (Full Segment)

The crackdown on immigration in the United States under the Trump administration has turned Buffalo, New York into a hiding spot for undocumented immigrants hoping to escape the Department of Homeland Security and eventually make their way to Canada, where they can claim refugee status.

VICE News Tonight correspondent Roberto Ferdman followed José, who recently decided he had no other alternative, as he fled the United States to make his journey to Canada and restart his life. He sought sanctuary in a church in Buffalo for weeks, where his family joined him so they could sneak their way up to the border.

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US blames Russia for election campaign hacks (but can’t provide any proof)

The US government is “confident” that Russia “authorized” recent hacks of US officials’ and organizations’ emails, intelligence and the Department of Homeland Security claim in a statement. Moscow says the accusations are “yet another fit of nonsense.”

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Undocumented and Underage: The Crisis of Migrant Children

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Between October 2013 and May 2014, authorities at the US-Mexico border began detaining underage migrants at an alarming, never-before-seen rate. During this period, thousands of underage migrants ended up in Customs and Border Protection (CBP) detention facilities along the border.

Capacity at CBP detention facilities was overwhelmed by the influx of migrants, who predominantly came from Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador. As overcrowding became more severe, conditions for the migrants worsened. Lacking proper installations and sufficient personnel at the facilities, Department of Homeland Security officials began to release underage migrants into the custody of family members in the US, and cited them to attend immigration hearings at a later date.

The situation is similar in Mexico. The flow of underage migrants in the border region has increased rapidly, and shelters for child migrants report that the Central American population they care for now outnumbers the population of Mexican children.

VICE News travelled to the border between Texas and Tamaulipas to speak to people who have been detained on both sides of the border. They told us about their reasons for crossing the border, how they were detained, what their stay was like inside the detention centers, their plans for the future, and their fears.

Now migrants have two options: return to their country, where they could be killed by gang-related violence, or attempt to enter the United States again, hoping that their luck will change, and they will achieve their American dream.

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