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Release of Guidance for Patient Decontamination in a Mass Chemical Incident

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An important part of the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) mission is strengthening national preparedness and resilience, including against potential chemical incidents whether they are accidental or by malicious intent. The effects of chemical incidents, such as the explosion in West, Texas or the chemical spill in West Virginia can be devastating.

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DHS and TravelCenters of America Announce New Partnership to Combat Human Trafficking

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Today, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) added Mali to the list of Ebola-affected nations for which enhanced screening and monitoring measures will be taken. There are no direct flights from Mali to the United States. However, each day, a small number of travelers, averaging 15-20, begin itineraries in Mali and transit through other countries en route to the United States. The majority of these travelers are U.S. citizens or lawful permanent residents returning home to America.

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San Diego-area ranch owner convicted in alien smuggling scheme

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Kala D Rains, 47, of Potrero, was convicted of seven counts of conspiracy along with harboring and transporting illegal aliens.

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NM man pleads guilty to violating federal firearms laws

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Jose Valladolid, 44, from Columbus, New Mexico, was arrested Aug. 6 at the Columbus International Port of Entry in Luna County, New Mexico, for illegally possessing firearms, and attempting to export those firearms out of the United States.

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Priceless 6th Century B.C. historical artifacts returned to Turkish government

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The repatriation ceremony at the Turkish Consulate in Manhattan was conducted by Andrew M. McLees, special agent in charge of HSI Newark; Robert E. Perez, director of CBP New York field operations, and Turkish Consul General Ertan Yalcin.

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ICE Denver officers arrest fugitive in east Colorado wanted in Mexico for aggravated homicide

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Luis Alonso Soto-Carreon, 50, from Chihuahua, Mexico, was arrested in Cheyenne Wells, Colorado, by the ERO's Fugitive Operations Unit in Denver.

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They want to take my guns ! What next computers?

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Ok So Now Obama wants to take away my guns? Lets take a look at some facts and what how it will affect us. All OF US.

This is just an example with some real stats of what happened and what will happen next if they take away our guns. Even if you re not a gun owner you should contemplate this, because if they accomplish their task It will effect you!

 

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Study on Active Shooter Incidents

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The FBI has released a study of 160 active shooter incidents that occurred between 2000 and 2013 throughout the U.S. The primary purpose of the study? To provide our law enforcement partners—normally the first responders on the scene of these dangerous and fast-moving events—with data that will help them to better prepare for and respond to these incidents, saving more lives and keeping themselves safer in the process.

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Recent Surge in Railroad Worker Deaths

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WASHINGTON – The National Transportation Safety Board today issued a special investigation report on the recent increase in deaths of railroad and rail transit roadway workers on or near tracks and made recommendations to reduce the number of fatalities.

The Special Investigation Report on Railroad and Rail Transit Roadway Worker Protection provides details of 14 fatal accidents in 2013. Over the year, 15 roadway workers died. The number of deaths in 2013, the findings from investigations of those deaths and the increasing number of fatalities prompted the NTSB to look more closely at the issue of roadway worker safety and to recommend actions to address these issues.

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