Federal agents are reinvestigating the backgrounds of dozens of Syrian refugees already in the United States after discovering a lapse in vetting that allowed some who had potentially negative information in their files to enter the country, two U.S. law enforcement officials said.
President Donald Trump is expected to order the construction of the Mexican border wall on Wednesday and sign executive orders that include a temporary ban on most refugees.
How a discarded laptop proves terror network behind Brussels and Paris attacks had links with ISIS in Syria, planned another atrocity and had been targeting Jewish plane passengers
- Laptop was found two hours after suicide bombers targeted Brussels in March
- Revealed contact with top ISIS operatives in Syria and plans for further attacks
- Separate investigations revealed terrorists were targeting Jewish passengers
- Retrieved files also reveals chilling instructions for November 13 Paris slaughter
The computer was found two hours after a team of ISIS suicide bombers murdered 32 people at Brussels Airport and on the city’s Metro system on March 22 last year.
January 25, 2017 5:00 am
The U.S. Army’s ground combat systems risk being surpassed by those being developed by foreign countries such as Russia and China, according to a new report from the nonpartisan Congressional Research Service.
The Army is currently using main battle tanks, tracked infantry fighting vehicles, tracked self-propelled artillery, and multiple launch rocket systems developed during the Soviet era. Billion-dollar plans to modernize the force’s ground combat systems have been cancelled over the last decade.
The manager responsible for investigating hacking attacks at Russia’s biggest private cyber security firm has been arrested amid allegations of bribery and treason involving senior intelligence officers.
Kaspersky Lab, a world-leading cyber security firm based in Moscow,confirmed the arrest of Ruslan Stoyanov, the head of its computer incidents investigations team, on Wednesday.
“The case against this employee does not involve Kaspersky lab. This employee… is under investigation for a period predating his employment at Kasperky Lab,” the company said in a statement
Two airlines sanctioned by the United States for enabling Iran’s global terrorist operations appear to have played a central role in moving illicit missile components from Ukraine to the Islamic Republic, according to information obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.
State Department reviewing Obama admin’s last-minute decision to send Palestinians $221M
Published January 25, 2017
FoxNews.comObama sends parting gift of $220M for Palestinian aid
The State Department announced Tuesday that it will review the last-minute decision by former Secretary of State John Kerry to send $221 million to the Palestinians late last week over the objections of congressional Republicans.
The department said it would look at the payment and might make adjustments to ensure it comports with the Trump administration’s priorities.