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  •  - Workers retrieve items from a factory as they put sand bags in place in the flood waters of the Passaic River in Paterson

    Workers retrieve items from a factory as they put sand bags in place in the flood waters of the Passaic River in Paterson

    Posted: 8/31/2011 5:53:23 PM EST
    Workers retrieve items from a factory as they put sand bags in place in the flood waters of the Passaic River in Paterson, New Jersey, August 31, 2011. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano toured regions of New Jersey heavily damaged by flooding from Hurricane Irene. REUTERS/ Mark Dye (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
  •  - Two men retrieve documents and computers from their business with a boat on the flooded streets from the waters of the Passaic River in Paterson

    Two men retrieve documents and computers from their business with a boat on the flooded streets from the waters of the Passaic River in Paterson

    Posted: 8/31/2011 5:51:55 PM EST
    Two men retrieve documents and computers from their business with a boat on the flooded streets from the waters of the Passaic River in Paterson, New Jersey, August 31, 2011. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano toured regions of New Jersey heavily damaged by flooding from Hurricane Irene. REUTERS/ Mark Dye (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
  •  - A general view of the water falls on the Passaic River in Paterson

    A general view of the water falls on the Passaic River in Paterson

    Posted: 8/31/2011 5:50:49 PM EST
    A general view of the water falls on the Passaic River in Paterson, New Jersey, August 31, 2011. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano toured regions of New Jersey heavily damaged by flooding from Hurricane Irene. REUTERS/ Mark Dye (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
  •  - A woman takes a photo of extremely high waters at the water falls on the Passaic River in Paterson

    A woman takes a photo of extremely high waters at the water falls on the Passaic River in Paterson

    Posted: 8/31/2011 5:49:31 PM EST
    A woman takes a photo of extremely high waters at the water falls on the Passaic River in Paterson, New Jersey, August 31, 2011. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano toured regions of New Jersey heavily damaged by flooding from Hurricane Irene. REUTERS/ Mark Dye (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
  •  - Flood waters from the Passaic River fill the streets, days after Hurricane Irene

    Flood waters from the Passaic River fill the streets, days after Hurricane Irene

    Posted: 8/31/2011 5:48:27 PM EST
    REFILE - CORRECTING TYPO Flood waters from the Passaic River fill the streets, days after Hurricane Irene, in Paterson, New Jersey, August 31, 2011. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano planned on Wednesday to tour regions of New Jersey heavily damaged by flooding from Hurricane Irene. REUTERS/Mark Dye (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
  •  - Flood waters from the Passaic River fill the streets, days after Hurricane Irene, in Paterson

    Flood waters from the Passaic River fill the streets, days after Hurricane Irene, in Paterson

    Posted: 8/31/2011 5:47:40 PM EST
    REFILE - CORRECTING TYPO Flood waters from the Passaic River fill the streets, days after Hurricane Irene, in Paterson, New Jersey, August 31, 2011. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano planned on Wednesday to tour regions of New Jersey heavily damaged by flooding from Hurricane Irene. REUTERS/Mark Dye (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
  •  - Manuel Rodriguez, the superintendent at Triangle Village apartments, ties yellow caution tape to keep children away from flood waters from the Passaic River in the streets in Paterson

    Manuel Rodriguez, the superintendent at Triangle Village apartments, ties yellow caution tape to keep children away from flood waters from the Passaic River in the streets in Paterson

    Posted: 8/31/2011 5:46:57 PM EST
    REFILE - CORRECTING TYPO Manuel Rodriguez, the superintendent at Triangle Village apartments, ties yellow caution tape to keep children away from flood waters from the Passaic River on the streets, days after Hurricane Irene, in Paterson, New Jersey, August 31, 2011. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano planned on Wednesday to tour regions of New Jersey heavily damaged by flooding from Hurricane Irene. REUTERS/Mark Dye (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
  •  - Flood waters from the Passaic River fill the streets covering automobiles including a Chevrolet SUV days after Hurricane Irene in Paterson, New Jersey

    Flood waters from the Passaic River fill the streets covering automobiles including a Chevrolet SUV days after Hurricane Irene in Paterson, New Jersey

    Posted: 8/31/2011 5:46:19 PM EST
    REFILE - CORRECTING TYPO Flood waters from the Passaic River fill the streets covering automobiles including a Chevrolet SUV days after Hurricane Irene in Paterson, New Jersey, August 31, 2011. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano planned on Wednesday to tour regions of New Jersey heavily damaged by flooding from Hurricane Irene. REUTERS/Mark Dye (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
  •  - A worker retrieves items from a factory in the flood waters of the Passiac River days after Hurricane Irene's passing in Paterson

    A worker retrieves items from a factory in the flood waters of the Passiac River days after Hurricane Irene's passing in Paterson

    Posted: 8/31/2011 5:34:41 PM EST
    A worker retrieves items from a factory in the flood waters of the Passiac River days after Hurricane Irene's passing in Paterson, New Jersey, August 31, 2011. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano toured regions of New Jersey heavily damaged by flooding from Hurricane Irene. REUTERS/ Mark Dye (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
  •  - Flood waters from the Passiac River fill the streets covering automobiles including a Chevrolet SUV days after Hurricane Irene in Paterson, New Jersey

    Flood waters from the Passiac River fill the streets covering automobiles including a Chevrolet SUV days after Hurricane Irene in Paterson, New Jersey

    Posted: 8/31/2011 4:05:08 PM EST
    Flood waters from the Passiac River fill the streets covering automobiles including a Chevrolet SUV days after Hurricane Irene in Paterson, New Jersey, August 31, 2011. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano planned on Wednesday to tour regions of New Jersey heavily damaged by flooding from Hurricane Irene. REUTERS/Mark Dye (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
  •  - Flood waters from the Passiac River fill the streets, days after Hurricane Irene

    Flood waters from the Passiac River fill the streets, days after Hurricane Irene

    Posted: 8/31/2011 2:47:25 PM EST
    Flood waters from the Passiac River fill the streets, days after Hurricane Irene, in Paterson, New Jersey, August 31, 2011. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano planned on Wednesday to tour regions of New Jersey heavily damaged by flooding from Hurricane Irene. REUTERS/Mark Dye (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
  •  - Flood waters from the Passiac River fill the streets, days after Hurricane Irene, in Paterson

    Flood waters from the Passiac River fill the streets, days after Hurricane Irene, in Paterson

    Posted: 8/31/2011 2:33:29 PM EST
    Flood waters from the Passiac River fill the streets, days after Hurricane Irene, in Paterson, New Jersey, August 31, 2011. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano planned on Wednesday to tour regions of New Jersey heavily damaged by flooding from Hurricane Irene. REUTERS/Mark Dye (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
  •  - Manuel Rodriguez, the superintendent at Triangle Village apartments, ties yellow caution tape to keep children away from flood waters from the Passiac River in the streets in Paterson

    Manuel Rodriguez, the superintendent at Triangle Village apartments, ties yellow caution tape to keep children away from flood waters from the Passiac River in the streets in Paterson

    Posted: 8/31/2011 2:22:41 PM EST
    Manuel Rodriguez, the superintendent at Triangle Village apartments, ties yellow caution tape to keep children away from flood waters from the Passiac River on the streets, days after Hurricane Irene, in Paterson, New Jersey, August 31, 2011. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano planned on Wednesday to tour regions of New Jersey heavily damaged by flooding from Hurricane Irene. REUTERS/Mark Dye (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
  •  - Flood waters from the Passiac River fill the streets covering automobiles including a Chevrolet SUV days after Hurricane Irene in Paterson, New Jersey

    Flood waters from the Passiac River fill the streets covering automobiles including a Chevrolet SUV days after Hurricane Irene in Paterson, New Jersey

    Posted: 8/31/2011 2:14:50 PM EST
    Flood waters from the Passiac River fill the streets covering automobiles including a Chevrolet SUV days after Hurricane Irene in Paterson, New Jersey, August 31, 2011. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano planned on Wednesday to tour regions of New Jersey heavily damaged by flooding from Hurricane Irene. REUTERS/Mark Dye (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
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    Posted: 8/30/2011 9:15:50 PM EST
    An unidentified Department of Homeland Security agent walks toward the cargo opening of New Deal Shooting Sports located south of Deming, N. M. on Tuesday Aug. 30, 2011. Four armored personnel carriers and two helicopters participated in the morning raid that reportedly uncovered a large ammunition cache.(AP Photo/Demming Headlight, Matt Robinson)
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    Posted: 8/16/2011 4:40:47 AM EST
    Isaura Garcia, at podium, cries in Los Angeles Monday, Aug. 15, 2011, as she recounts her arrest under the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secure Communities Program, which was created in 2008 and calls for police to submit suspects' fingerprints to DHS so they can be cross-checked with federal deportation orders. Garcia is a domestic violence victim who, after reporting an incident of brutal abuse, was arrested by Los Angeles police and then arrested by immigration authorities. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)
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    Posted: 8/4/2011 8:56:00 PM EST
    A Department of Homeland Security officer stands guard outside the federal court building, Thursday, Aug. 4, 2011, in Waco, Texas. U.S. Magistrate Judge Jeff Manske in Waco heard testimony from FBI agents in the case of Pfc. Naser Jason Abdo before sending the case to a grand jury. ( AP Photo/ Waco Tribune Herald, Jerry Larson)
  •  - "E-Verify Participation Poster" by U.S. Department of Homeland Security

    "E-Verify Participation Poster" by U.S. Department of Homeland Security

    Posted: 7/21/2011 1:36:35 PM EST
    U.S. Department of Homeland Security's "E-Verify Participation Poster" is shown in this undated photograph. U.S. employers are increasingly being required to use a free, Internet-based system operated by the government to check that a new employee can work legally in the United States. The system, called E-Verify, has been developed over 15 years and is operated by the Department of Homeland Security in partnership with the Social Security Administration. It has steadily improved but critics say still has a long way to go. REUTERS/U.S. Department of Homeland Security/Handout (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS) FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS
  •  - "E-Verify Participation Poster" by U.S. Department of Homeland Security

    "E-Verify Participation Poster" by U.S. Department of Homeland Security

    Posted: 7/21/2011 1:33:04 PM EST
    U.S. Department of Homeland Security's "E-Verify Participation Poster" is shown in this undated photograph. U.S. employers are increasingly being required to use a free, Internet-based system operated by the government to check that a new employee can work legally in the United States. The system, called E-Verify, has been developed over 15 years and is operated by the Department of Homeland Security in partnership with the Social Security Administration. It has steadily improved but critics say still has a long way to go. REUTERS/U.S. Department of Homeland Security/Handout (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS) FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS. THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY. IT IS DISTRIBUTED, EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY REUTERS, AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
  •  - To match Special Report USA-CYBERSECURITY/

    To match Special Report USA-CYBERSECURITY/

    Posted: 6/20/2011 1:39:35 PM EST
    U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) employees work on the Industrial Control Systems Cyber Emergency Response Team (ICS-CERT) operational watch floor where they monitor, track, and investigate cyber incidents in this handout photo taken October 29, 2009 at the Idaho National Laboratory in Idaho Falls, Idaho. REUTERS/Chris Morgan/Idaho National Laboratory
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