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Catherine Herridge

TSA workers helped Puerto Rico-based ring smuggle $100M of cocaine, prosecutors say

Catherine Herridge, Prosecutors in Puerto Rico have smashed a ring of current and former U.S. Transportation Security Administration workers that allegedly smuggled 20 tons of cocaine worth as much as $100 million into the U.S. over more than a decade. A dozen members of the alleged ring, including TSA workers and airport employees, were indicted

Secret Service training in high gear ahead of Inauguration Day

Matthew Dean, LAUREL, MD. –  Deep in the woods of suburban Maryland the men and women of the security details for President-elect Trump and Vice President-elect Pence are preparing for the worst on Inauguration Day. “We train for the scope of issues that can come up,” one senior U.S. Secret Service special agent told Fox

Herridge: ‘Absolutely No Backup Data’ For Russian Hacking Narrative

Robert Kraychik,  Friday’s declassified intelligence report “has absolutely no backup data” to support its conclusions, noted Fox News Channel’s chief intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge: “This unclassified report really has absolutely no backup data about sources or methods, and critics will use this as a way to say that the intelligence community politicized this report and

Attorney: FBI singling out Chinese-Americans with insider-threat program

Catherine Herridge, The FBI has singled out Chinese-Americans as part of a controversial insider-threat reduction program that has sought to flag alleged efforts to manipulate polygraph tests, according to a leading national security defense attorney. “The government reacts with this sledgehammer instead of laser precision to determine who would be an insider threat which is