The Senate only has until the end of the week to decide the fate of a cybersecurity bill before breaking for recess, and one long-time lawmaker says there will be dire consequences if his colleagues continue to wait.
A Dutch Islamist fighter posted an online statement Tuesday boasting of how his al Qaeda-linked group defeated U.S.-trained rebels in Syria.
Mexican authorities have uncovered a new, unfinished drug-running tunnel between the U.S. and Mexico that bears the hallmarks of “El Chapo,” the escaped drug lord who led the Sinaloa cartel.
GOP leaders in the House and Senate both said Tuesday they will hold votes in September on resolutions to disapprove of President Obama’s Iran nuclear program deal, setting up a dramatic showdown that will test the White House’s ability to keep its allies on board in the face of stiff political pressure.
There have been more U.S.-based jihadi terror cases in 2015 than in any full year since 9/11, according to a “Terror Threat Snapshot” report released Tuesday by the Republican chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, who asserts that U.S. officials must “do more to take the fight to the enemy overseas at its source.”
Leadership in the Senate from both sides of the aisle are gunning to get a controversial cybersecurity proposal up for a vote before the start of summer recess, but concerns from lawmakers and tech experts alike may delay attempts to pass the proposal until Congress convenes again in September.
The Department of Homeland Security issued a warning to law enforcement that drones could be used by terrorists after pilots at John F. Kennedy International spotted a third drone in as many days near the runway Sunday.
Iran has filed a complaint with the International Atomic Energy Agency alleging that the U.S. has already broken terms of the nuclear weapons deal, citing comments made by White House press secretary Josh Earnest.
Hillary Rodham Clinton’s email narrative had finally seemed to run its course as a top news story when Washington was entering the dog days of summer.
A surge in attacks claimed by Islamic State fighters in nations beyond Syria and Iraq is prompting concern among U.S. intelligence officials, who say the pattern fits into the extremist group’s ambition to grow a network of affiliates, or “provinces,” from North Africa to Asia.
The dimly-lit, dust-caked stacks of the Baghdad National Library hide a treasure of the ages: crinkled, yellowing papers holding the true stories of sultans and kings; imperialists and socialists; occupation and liberation; war and peace.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers arrested a Tucson man and two Mexicans recently who were accused in separate incidents of smuggling 264 pounds of cocaine and marijuana worth nearly $1.2 million at the Port of Nogales.