House Homeland Security Committee – March Terror Threat Snapshot
Tagged: domestic terrorism
Duke University’s report shows a 25% decrease in Muslim-American extremism since 2016.
New GWU report provides a primer on conspiracy theories in the patriot/militia movement.
April Terror Threat Snapshot Highlight: AQ merger in Maghreb
February 2017 Terror Threat Snapshot from House Homeland Security Committee focuses on Islamist terrorism
“The blunt fact is that, in the past 50 years, firearms in the hands of domestic extremists have killed far more Americans than have bombs, blades, chemical or biological weapons, or any other type of weapon.”
House Homeland Security Committee releases October Terror Threat Snapshot
After nearly 13 years in storage, Congress has released the final chapter of the 9/11 Commission Report. Deemed classified by former President George W. Bush, the secret chapter has generated interest due to beliefs that it contained possible ties between the hijackers and Saudi government officials. Many, both in and...
With primaries coming to an end and the general election in sight, the continued threat of terrorism will be fiercely debated in the weeks and months to come. Candidates will, hopefully, submit policy recommendations based on current trends and data. Luckily for the electorate, the Homeland Security Digital Library (HSDL)...
Though early into 2016, Terrorism has already impacted the new year. Recent attacks, such as the officer shooting in Philadelphia, explosions in Jakarta, and a suicide bombing in Istanbul, demonstrate that few changes are in store for 2016 when it comes to the use of terror as a strategy. With...