Today's threats differ significantly from what we faced in the immediate shadow of 9/11.
The GOP is trying to force Obama's hand on immigration by refusing to pass any Homeland Security funding bill.
Despite continued challenges, there is reason to be optimistic.
We must counter the alienation that can spur radicalism and even terrorism.
By not sending a higher-ranking official to the Paris march, the United States was silent.
Bigotry must be condemned. At the same time, Muslim nations need to do more to win the war against terrorism.
Policy changes to the emergency communications system are needed.
Many steps have been taken to secure the northern border.
A sliver of a silver lining peaks through the dark cloud that hovers over the Secret Service.
Americans have a renewed fear of Islamic terrorism, but a disconnect regarding domestic efforts to protect.