WASHINGTON – The Department of Homeland Security’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement, which works against unlawful crossing of borders that could threaten public safety, opened an exhibit in the Crime Museum Wednesday. The exhibit features artifacts such as drug smuggling paraphernalia, fake Super Bowl tickets, 9/11 hijackers’ passport replicas and evidence from missing children cases. “Securing the Homeland – ICE” is scheduled to be on display through summer with admission prices ranging from about $15 to $22.
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STATE OF THE UNION 2018
Medill on the Hill teamed up with Northwestern News Network in Evanston to produce a package of stories covering President Barack Obama's seventh and final State of the Union address. The two newsrooms collaborated across time zones to produce a three-hour broadcast and more than a dozen print and digital reports. Check out our broadcast here.
In a series of investigative reports, Medill on the Hill reporters uncovered threats to privacy and security in the digital age ranging from the safety of your online campaign donations to how computer hacking could impact food safety.
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