Terror threat snapshot: The new report states that there were 215 homegrown jihadist arrests in the US since the September 11 terror attacks in 2001.
America faces its highest threat from Islamist terrorists since the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks, according to the House Homeland Security Committee’s December Terror Threat Snapshot.
The House Homeland Security Committee's September 'Terror Threat Snapshot' depicts an increase in homegrown Islamic extremism, ISIS-related arrests and Osama Bin Laden bodyguard's release from Guantanamo Bay.
The April Terror Threat Snapshot shows an alarming number of ISIS-related arrests in the U.S. and disturbing news about released Guantanamo Bay inmates.
The House Homeland Security Committee's Terror Threat Snapshot for March shows some stark statistics and facts including a growing threat to America.
The House Homeland Security Committee has released its Terror Threat Snapshot for January. As usual, it's frightening.
The House Homeland Security Committee just released another Terror Threat Snapshot, revealing that ISIS-related investigations are ongoing in all 50 states.
The House passed a bill (407 to 19) imposing new restrictions on a visa waiver program that permits roughly 20 million people to enter the US annually.
Rep. Michael McCaul (R-Tex.), who chairs the House Homeland Security Committee, stated that the U.S. terror threat level is highest since 9/11.
The latest 'Terror Threat Snapshot' from the House Homeland Security Committee reveals there were 17 ISIS-linked terror plots so far this year in America.