POSTPONED: World Wide Threats: Keeping America Secure in the New Age of Terror

September 12, 2017 10:00 AM | House Capitol Visitor Center (HVC) Room 210

This hearing will examine current threats to America including: Islamist terrorism, domestic terrorism, cyberattacks, aviation security and border security. Members will review work by the federal government to counter these threats, as well as the steps Congress has taken to support their efforts. In addition, preparation and response to natural disasters, such as hurricanes, will be examined. A second panel of witnesses will discuss the threat and challenges posed by domestic extremist groups.

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The Honorable Elaine C. Duke
Acting Secretary Department of Homeland Security

The Honorable Nicholas J. Rasmussen
The National Counterterrorism Center Office of the Director of National Intelligence

The Honorable Christopher A. Wray
Federal Bureau of Investigation U.S. Department of Justice



Mr. Oren Segal
Center on Extremism Anti-Defamation League

Mr. David B. Rausch
Chief of Police
City of Knoxville, Tennessee
Testifying on behalf of the International Association of Chiefs of Police

Mr. Richard Cohen
Southern Poverty Law Center

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