Donald Trump says he wants a database, watch lists and unspecified other "checks and balances" to track Muslims in the U.S.
By Alicia A. Caldwell, Associated Press
Lawmakers and more than half of U.S. governors, mostly Republicans, have raised questions about the vetting process for Syrian refugees being brought to the United States. Some said they were worried that Islamic extremists may try to take advantage of…
By Bill Barrow, Associated Press
Some advisers to Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson say he is struggling to grasp the complexities of foreign policy, his closest confident said Tuesday, acknowledging their frustration while adding the political newcomer is making progress.
By Elisabeth Ponsot
Authorities launched an international search Sunday for a suspect wanted in connection with the wave of coordinated terror attacks that hit several locations in Paris on Friday, killing at least 129 people.
By Jack Gillum, Stephen Braun, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — The private email server running in Hillary Rodham Clinton's home basement when she was secretary of state was connected to the Internet in ways that made it more vulnerable to hackers, according to data and documents reviewed by…
By Steve Peoples, Associated Press
LOS ANGELES -- Republican presidential contender Donald Trump said Tuesday that veterans should get subsidized private health care if they face unacceptable waits in the current system, because "we have illegal immigrants that are treated better by far than our…
The U.S. government wants to be able to read certain data that's inaccessible to intelligence agencies due to encryption. At a Senate hearing, FBI director James Comey said the privacy technology can be a double-edged sword, detrimental to public safety.
As the Fourth of July approaches, security officials are on a heightened state of alert. What’s behind the warnings? Hari Sreenivasan talks to Daniel Benjamin, former coordinator for counterterrorism at the State Department.
By Associated Press
Hours from a midnight deadline for contested anti-terror measures to expire, no solution was in sight as the Senate convened an extraordinary Sunday session to hash out a way forward. Intelligence officials warned the result would amount to a win…
By Ken Dilanian, Associated Press
Barring a last-minute deal in Congress, three post-Sept. 11 surveillance laws used against spies and terrorists are set to expire as Sunday turns into Monday…
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