Schumer: Feds Need Plan To Assess Radicals On Social MediaThe New York Democrat formally announced his support Sunday for the Combat Terrorist Use of Social Media Act of 2015.
Bratton, FBI Director Meet To Talk Counterterrorism; Homeland Security Announces Changes To Alert SystemMeanwhile, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson also announced modifications to the National Terrorism Advisory System.
Bratton: New York City Schools Received 'Hoax' Terror Threat, Says It Was Similar To LA ThreatNew York City schools were among many districts around the country to receive an email terror threat Tuesday, but police have determined it not to be credible.
Cuomo, Schumer: Give States Access To Suspected Terrorist List To Prevent Gun Buys"It is sheer madness what we are doing now," Cuomo said. "You can be a suspected terrorist, and it is not illegal to possess a firearm or explosives."
Connecticut To Block Gun Sales To Those On No-Fly ListThe Democratic governor said that his order would make Connecticut the first state to do so and that state officials are working with the federal government to get access to the lists.
Obama Outlines Strategy To Defeat Terrorism In Address To NationIn a rare Oval Office address, President Barack Obama on Sunday night urged Americans to not give into fear following attacks in Paris and California
Muslim Leaders Look To Root Out Extremist Thinking In Youths"We can no longer sit back and say, 'I condemn this thing,'" Imam Isa Abdul Kareem of the Ta-Ha Masjid mosque in Roosevelt said. "It is just not enough anymore."
Experts, Pols Debate How To Silence Terrorist Groups On Social MediaTerror experts point out that social media campaigns by ISIS and other terror groups are so effective that 50 people every day enlist in their radical cause.
FBI Investigating San Bernardino Shooting As Act Of TerrorismDavid Bowdich, assistant director of the FBI's Los Angeles office, made the declaration at a news conference Friday in California.
PHOTOS: NYC Beefs Up Security Amid Global Terror AlertFollowing the terrorist attacks in Paris, security in New York City has been heightened throughout the metropolitan area as experts try to determine the nature of threats from ISIS and other Jihadist groups.
Terror Worries Prompt Worldwide Travel Alert From State DepartmentThe U.S. State Department issued a worldwide travel alert Monday, warning U.S. citizens of possible travel risks due to terrorist threats.
CBS News Poll: Worry About Terror Attack In U.S. Is Highest Since May 2011A new CBS News poll found that concerns about a terror attack have risen – and that more respondents are worried about poor anti-terrorism laws than civil liberties.
Suburban Police On Watch Amid Terror Worries, Start Of Holiday SeasonPolice in the area have stepped up security at large gatherings and have geared up mobile response teams to keep would-be terrorists off guard.
Menendez: Visa Waivers A Bigger Threat To US Than Syrian RefugeesNew Jersey Sen. Robert Mendendez says he won't back a bill passed by the House last week aimed at tightening controls of refugees coming from Syria and Iraq.
Schumer: Ban People On No-Fly List From Buying GunsThe bill Schumer is backing was initially proposed by former President George W. Bush in 2007. It would close a loophole Schumer calls the "terror gap."