The European Union’s anti-terror chief says that jihadis returning from the Middle East should be undergo “major rehabilitation” instead being subjected to jail time.
The Transportation Security Administration is quietly proposing to outsource to private companies its PreCheck program, which allows enrolled members to skip past security lines at airports — a move some analysts warn may have serious privacy and security implications.
A senior State Department official is confirming the death of one U.S. citizen in Tuesday’s attack on a Libyan hotel.
Several members of the Senate Judiciary Committee want the Department of Justice to explain why it relied on foreign governments to detain and interrogate two Yemeni men who conspired to kill Americans overseas.
The U.S. Army is denying multiple media reports that Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl will be tried with desertion.
The top Republican on the House Foreign Affairs Committee said Tuesday despite the Obama administration’s willingness to “move closer and closer to Iranian positions,” ongoing talks over the Islamic republic’s disputed nuclear program have hit a dead end.
Veterans advocates mostly supported a bill on Tuesday that would allow the VA secretary to take back a bonus if an employee was found to have been manipulating data.
A Libyan branch of the Islamic State claimed responsibility for a terrorist attack that killed four foreigners and five security guards at a luxury hotel in Tripoli Tuesday, the most brazen assault to date in Libya by jihadists who’ve pledged allegiance to the extremist movement.
Rep. Andre Carson, the first self-declared Muslim to be appointed to the House Intelligence Committee, said he’s aware of some of the suspicious eyes cast his way, but that he doesn’t let it interfere with his work — that he “loves helping people,” he said.
The crash of a drone into the White House lawn Monday morning shows the need for improved policy and education about the use of the devices, experts said.
Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, who was release by the Taliban last year in exchange for five prisoners, is being charged with desertion, retired Lt. Col. Tony Schaffer told Bill O’Reilly on “The O’Reilly Factor” Monday.
FBI officials said they arrested a member of a Russian spy ring Monday that had been operating in New York City since 2010.