Visa Waiver Program
More than one-third are not sharing information about suspected terrorists or criminals.
Republicans are demanding information and considering further steps.
Concern about the visa program spiked following November's terror attack in Paris.
New restrictions were put in place after last month shootings in San Bernandino, Calif. and Paris.
Kerry suggested the U.S. could waive new restrictions.
Since 9/11, the terrorist threat has come mainly from homegrown terrorists.
Obama incorrectly said San Bernandino, Calif., shooter Tashfeen Malik entered the U.S. on a visa...
Candice Miller said the country can't continue to give foreign travelers "special access."
House GOP leaders are moving to avoid a big end-of-year spending showdown.
The White House said the U.S. is “aggressively strengthening” the State Department's Visa Waiver...
The Obama administration says its refugee-screening process is already strong.
The GOP candidate's legislation would also impose a waiting period on visa processing.
Federal officials expanded new visa limits to include Libya, Yemen and Somalia.
Sen. Ron Johnson wants to see the administration's legal justification.
The changes approved by Congress last year have yet to take effect.
Lawmakers considered restricting visa waivers after the San Bernanindo, Calif. shooting.
An Iranian official says the new law "contradicts" the terms of the nuclear deal.
Will Hurd touted the House's "ongoing effort to tackle the terrorist threat head-on."
Obama incorrectly said that a suspect used the nation’s Visa Waiver Program.
With European nationals fighting in ISIS, alarms are raised in Washington.
The bill comes a day after the White House challenged Congress to act.
Scrutiny has heightened on the Visa Waiver Program following the Paris attacks.
Groups say cutting off travel to the U.S. would be contrary to American ideals.
The measure comes despite fears of the program being exploited by potential terrorists.