House Homeland Security Chairman Michael McCaul (R., Texas) on Wednesday added his voice to the faction of Republican lawmakers who rallied to vindicate the U.S. intelligence community after President Donald Trump embraced Russian President Vladimir Putin over the counsel of his own spy agencies.
House Homeland Security Committee chairman Michael McCaul (R., Texas) on Monday called for the publication of the classified documents that served as the basis of a Republican memo accusing federal law enforcement officials of abusing surveillance tools to spy on a former Trump aide.
President Donald Trump signed a new executive order Monday that restricts immigration from six Muslim-majority countries for 90 days, dropping Iraq from January’s original version of the order, and suspends the United States refugee program for 120 days.
Donald Trump’s administration needs to develop new policies to better deter and respond to nation-states engaging in hostile behavior in cyber space, according to a task force on cyber security at a U.S. foreign policy think tank.
The Republican chairman of the House Committee on Homeland Security is demanding the United States respond forcefully to Russia’s involvement in the presidential election hacks.
Rep. Michael McCaul (R., Texas), who chairs the House Committee on Homeland Security, pushed back Thursday against Donald Trump for his friendliness toward Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The chair of the House’s Homeland Security Committee warned the nation on Monday during a wide-ranging address on national security matters, “We are a nation at war.”
On Sunday, Rep. Michael McCaul (R., Tex.), Chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, said that the greatest threat facing the United States is from individuals who self radicalize and independently carry out attacks against the West.
The Department of Homeland Security is struggling to handle a “mass exodus” of some 52,0000 unaccompanied immigrant children who have illegally crossed the U.S. border in record-breaking numbers over the past several months, according to testimony Tuesday by DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson.
Experts on Capitol Hill Thursday warned that an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attack aimed at the nation’s electrical grid could leave the majority of Americans dead.