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Did DHS Expand Laptop Ban to Entire U.S Flights?

Did DHS Expand Laptop Ban to Entire U.S Flights?

The Secretary of the U.S Homeland Security, John Kelly issued a statement about expanded security steps for the U.S-bound flights. Kelly explained that the new measures were adopted in response to terrorist groups for targeting airlines and it was named “Renewed Interest”. He added that

U.S Senate Passed Amendments Regarding Russian Rocket Engines

U.S Senate Passed Amendments Regarding Russian Rocket Engines

The U.S Senate has passed an amendment to the Iran-Russia sanctions bill, but the American spaceflight just dodged a bullet. Nobody would have grilled both NASA and the private outfits from using rocket engines of Russia. The actual and original objective was supposed to avoid

Why Travis Air Force Base initiated Lockdown Alarm?

Why Travis Air Force Base initiated Lockdown Alarm?

A spokesman for the Travis Air Force Base informed on 14th June 2017 that reports of an active shooter at the Base turned out to be a false or accidental alarm. The base is located in Fairfield, California. The base officials received a report of

Cropping during Tornado

Was A Man Cropping his Lawn during a Huge Tornado?

A photograph appeared online at the start of June 2017 showing a shocking scene. The photograph was showing wildness of a huge tornado on the field of vision while a man calmly cropping his yard in the foreground. It was unbelievable for most online viewers,

Now, More Social Media Info will be Asked from U.S Visa Applicants

Now, More Social Media Info will be Asked from U.S Visa Applicants

The Trump administration officially proposed much harder cross-check for visa applicants by requiring more social media analysis. Now, the U.S State Department officially rendered the enlarged questionnaire. It will force applicants to disclose their entire social media accounts being used for the last 5 years

United States will not Ban Laptops on European Flights: U.S DHS

United States will not Ban Laptops on European Flights: U.S DHS

The U.S Department of Homeland Security issued a statement after weeks of discussions that the Department will not enforce any type of ban on laptops and other personal electronics items on flights to the United States from Europe. The officials stay strong in implementing any