No Passport or Ticket: How a Woman Evaded Airport Security and Flew to London

Marilyn Hartman has successfully sneaked onto three flights since 2014 and attempted to breach airport security at least a dozen times.

Cellphone and Computer Searches at U.S. Border Rise Under Trump

Border agents say the electronic searches have stopped terrorism suspects and criminals, but privacy advocates call them an invasive violation of the Constitution.

Homeland Security Increasingly Means Putting Agents Outside the Homeland

Set up to defend the United States, the Homeland Security Department is going beyond American borders to fight foreign threats from abroad.

Privacy Complaints Mount Over Phone Searches at U.S. Border Since 2011

Complaints filed by people whose electronics were searched at the border without warrants highlight a growing debate over privacy, security and technology.

Facial Scans at U.S. Airports Violate Americans’ Privacy, Report Says

The Homeland Security Department is grappling with trying to catch foreigners who are illegally in the United States without trampling privacy rights.

‘They Treated Us Like Criminals’: U.S. Border Crossers Report Severe Reception

By VIVIAN YEE May 1, 2017 A children’s book author from Australia said she “loathed America” after her interrogation at Los Angeles International Airport. A retired police chief from North Carolina wrote that his customs screening made him...