Jan. 6 Committee Set to Examine Trump’s Connection to Capitol Rioters – a Militia Expert Explains This Complex Relationship
Nationalist militia groups like the Oath Keepers have changed over the last several years – especially since the Capitol attack – in a few important ways, generally becoming more extreme.
The House Backs a Bid to Launch New Federal Offices Focused on Domestic Terrorism and Rooting Out Extremism in Government
The measure's future beyond the House is unclear as Republicans decry bureaucracy and federal overreach.
The U.S. gives money to help Indonesia and other countries fight terrorism. But research shows that this money might not be effective, unless it directly reaches former extremists.
Governments, international organizations, and nuclear plant operators have a lot of work to do.
A year-long probe by DHS turns up only a handful of employees engaging in extremist behavior.
Kahl says ISIS-K might be able to strike in less than 12 months; AQ in one to two years.
While the chaos at HKIA is over, the effort to evacuate Afghans is not. Here’s how the U.S. is still getting people out.
Long-Secret FBI Report Reveals New Connections Between 9/11 Hijackers and Saudi Religious Officials in U.S.
“This validates what we have been saying,” says an attorney for families of 9/11 victims who are suing the Saudi government over alleged support of the 2001 terrorist attacks.
Commission members and experts join the podcast to examine how the attacks and the commission's recommendations changed government.
President Biden says he will open up the government’s secret files about the plot, but will they answer the questions that remain?
The attacks transformed the federal government, resulting in the creation of the Homeland Security Department and changing agencies’ missions and the presidential transition process.
Twenty years after the terrorist attacks, the podcast recalls what the events meant for people in Washington, New York and government itself.
A top White House aide to President George W. Bush recounts what 9/11 was like for White House staffers.
In the wake of 9/11, some called for rounding up whole groups of people viewed as potential threats to the nation. But Transportation Secretary Norman Mineta knew the U.S. had done that before.
The president vowed to continue counterterrorism efforts.
The evacuation of refugees from Afghanistan depends on cramming people into closed spaces—during a global pandemic.