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Gabbard: ISIS Hitting “Soft Targets” With Troops’ Personal Info

Posted On March 22, 2015

(Washington, DC) -- An Army veteran now serving in Congress is concerned more threats from ISIS against military families may be coming.   On CBS's "Face the Nation," Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard said the release of personal information of troops is likely to be an ongoing part of the terrorists' plans. The Hawaii Democrat warned that…

McCaul: Yemen Evacuation Leaves Intelligence “Blindspot”

Posted On March 22, 2015

(Washington, DC) -- The House Homeland Security Chairman is worried that evacuating American officials from Yemen could help terrorists get stronger.   On ABC's "This Week," Texas Republican Congressman Michael McCaul suggested the lack of American presence will allow ISIS and other terrorists and militant groups to plot future attacks, including within America's borders. Additional…

Brennan: ISIS Momentum “Blunted”

Posted On March 22, 2015

(Washington, DC) -- The country's top intelligence official thinks the spread of ISIS has reached its limits.   On "Fox News Sunday," CIA director John Brennan said the terrorist group has lost momentum in Iraq and Syria, and is being pushed back in some areas by Iraqi forces. He warned that doesn't mean the group…

Obama Says Israeli-Palestinian Peace Will Be ‘Hard To Find’

Posted On March 21, 2015

(Washington, DC) -- President Obama says Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's re-election will make it hard to find a solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. In an interview with the "Huffington Post" on Friday the President talked about his phone call with Netanyahu, two days after the Israeli leader was re-elected.   Obama said he told Netanyahu…

Tunisia Arrests More Than 20 Terror Suspects

Posted On March 21, 2015

(Tunis) -- Tunisian authorities say they have arrested more than 20 suspected terrorists in a crackdown following this week's attack on a museum that killed 23 people. Hundreds of people gathered in the cathedral in Tunis Saturday for a mass for the victims, who were mostly foreign tourists. A spokesman for the Interior Ministry said…