CongressĀ Seeks to Stop Feds From Releasing Convicted Terrorists From Prison Early for Good Behavior

Tom Cotton

Congress is seeking to prevent the federal government from releasing Americans convicted of terrorism from being released from prison for good behavior, legislation that comes in reaction to the recent release of American Taliban fighter John Walker Lindh, who was let out of prison after serving 17 years of a 20-year sentence.

Federal Efforts to Secure Key Cities From Mass Terror Attack Found Faulty

Acting Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan

A federal investigation into a nationwide program to secure America’s top cities from a mass terror attack has found that the Department of Homeland Security has not adequately tracked local progress in detecting threats and cannot provide assurances that cities participating in the program can sustain efforts to thwart terror attacks.