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FAA Highlights Changes for Recreational Drones

While recreational flyers may continue to fly below 400 feet in uncontrolled airspace without specific certification or operating authority from the FAA, they are now required to obtain prior authorization from the FAA before flying in controlled airspace around airports.

Cartel transportation head sentenced in Georgia to federal prison

Carlos Montemayor, the head of the U.S. arm of the cocaine transportation and distribution network of Edgar Valdez-Villareal, a/k/a La Barbie, has been sentenced to federal prison on charges of cocaine trafficking and money laundering.

FLETC Holds National Police Week Law Enforcement Community Day

The Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers (FLETC) hosted a Law Enforcement Community Day for local community law enforcement officers, first responders, judicial staff and their families

FBI, Law Enforcement Partners Warning of New Twist in Virtual Kidnapping Scams

In this latest scam, criminals are convincing U.S. victims to cross the border into Mexico.

Secretary of Transportation Orders Suspension of Air Service Between the U.S. and Venezuela

The Acting Secretary of Homeland Security has requested this action based on his assessment of current security conditions in Venezuela

Report Shows Breakdown in Wireless Service Coordination in Wake of Hurricane Michael

"There were numerous cases in which a wireless provider had restored service to customers only to have that service brought down as third-party crews damaged communications assets while clearing trash or restoring power lines and utility poles. "

U.S. Dept of Labor to Award $5 Million to “Economically Empower Vulnerable Women &...

The project will work to improve economic participation in quality jobs by women and adolescent girls vulnerable to child labor, forced labor, and/or other violations of labor rights.

Alleged Synagogue Shooter Charged with Federal Hate Crimes

The man has been charged with federal hate crimes, including the murder of one person and the attempted murder of 53 others, for his actions during the April 27 shooting at the Chabad of Poway Synagogue.

U.S. Postal Service Reports Net Loss of $2.1 Billion in Q2

The net loss for the quarter totaled nearly $2.1 billion, an increase of $747 million, compared to a net loss of $1.3 billion for the same quarter last year, however, the controllable loss for the quarter was $806 million, compared to a controllable loss of $656 million for the same quarter last year.

Man Indicted For Threating To Kill The President, A Judge, His Wife, and a...

This is the third time the 23-year-old has made the threats.