Department of Homeland Security

Watch Live: House Hearing on Border Security
 

The House Homeland Security Subcommittee on Border and Maritime Security holds a hearing on the effectiveness of measures to secure the Southwest border.

Two officials from the Department of Homeland Security are among the witnesses expected to testify.

Reid Expects Deportation Pause
 

Gowdy Grills DHS on Waiver Program
 

Watch Live: House Hearing on U.S. Visa Waiver Program
 

Officials from the Department of Homeland Security, the RAND Corporation, MorphoTrak and the Center for American Progress are expected to testify.

Obama Orders Review of K-1 Visa Program
 

White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said Monday the shooting in San Bernardino, Calif., “begs questions” about the K-1 visa program that allowed shooter Tashfeen Malik to enter the United States. Earnest said the State Department and the Department of Homeland Security would review the program to determine if changes need to be made.

WH Calls for Congressional Action Following Paris Attacks
 

 

White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest on Monday outlined four steps the administration wants Congress to take action on before the new year, following the November terrorist attacks in Paris.

Watch Live: House Judiciary Hearing on Syrian Refugee Crisis
 

The House Judiciary Subcommittee on Immigration and Border Security holds a hearing on the Syrian refugee crisis and the U.S. admission program for refugees. Officials from the State Department and the Department of Homeland Security are expected to testify.

Coverage begins at 9 a.m.

Ryan: No 'Religious Test' for Syrian Refugees
 

In a one-minute speech Wednesday, Speaker Paul D. Ryan touted a bill calling for a pause in in the admittance of Syrian refugees to the U.S., asserting that the screening process for refugees would be based on security, not religion.

What You Missed: Joint Hearing on Secret Service Privacy Violations
 

The U.S. Secret Service came under the congressional microscope once again Tuesday, with lawmakers seeking answers about agents who wrongly accessed a fellow congressman’s personnel file.

Roll Call wraps up key moments from the two-hour hearing in four minutes.