From the Press Release, "The November Terror Threat Snapshot was released today by Homeland Security Committee Chairman Michael McCaul (R-TX). The "snapshot" is a monthly Committee assessment of the growing threat America, the West, and the world face from ISIS [Islamic State of Iraq and Syria] and other Islamist terrorists. [...] Key takeaways in this month's Terror Threat Snapshot:  ISIS' message continues to resonate with American citizens as more extremists plot attacks on American soil and attempt to travel overseas to join the terror group.  ISIS has targeted the West at an alarming rate, marked by a recent surge in ISIS-linked plots to attack U.S. and allied interests abroad.  ISIS and al Qaeda continue to take advantage of safe havens to consolidate their power and territory, as well as plan attacks.  The threat of the "terrorist diaspora" to the West will continue to grow, particularly as fighters flee from recent offensives in Mosul and Raqqa.  Iran continues to take aggressive steps to threaten US interests at home and abroad, particularly in the Gulf.  Guantanamo Bay detainees are continuing to return to the fight to replenish the ranks of jihadist organizations."
United States House Committee on Homeland Security: https://homeland.house.gov/