World-Wide Threats: Keeping America Secure in the New Age of Terror, Hearing Before the Committee on Homeland Security, House of Representatives, One Hundred Fifteenth Congress, First Session, November 30, 2017   [open pdf - 5MB]

This is the November 30, 2017 hearing on World-Wide Threats: Keeping America Secure in the New Age of Terror, held before the Committee on Homeland Security from the House of Representatives. From the opening statement of the Honorable Michael T. McCaul:"As a Nation, we should stand together and reject any type of hatred that seeks to divide our neighbors as enemies. This is an issue we will explore further in our second panel. In conclusion, Homeland Security must be bipartisan. The terrorists don't check our party affiliation. There are certainly other threats, from ballistic missiles, weapons of mass destruction programs in North Korea and Iran, to the continued undermining of American interests by nation-states, including Russia. As we face these threats, we must put our homeland security before partisanship and politics. I am proud to say that this committee has had a long track record of doing just that." Statements, letters, and materials submitted for the record include those of the following: Elaine C. Duke, Christopher A. Wray, Nicholas J. Rasmussen, David B. Rausch, Abraham Cooper, and J. Richard Cohen.

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Serial No. 115-41
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