CNN reports on manhunt for suspects in Barcelona van attack

Last Thursday, 13 people were killed and 120 injured after five men with terror connections intentionally drove a van into a crowd in Barcelona. One of the suspects is on the run and he must be found to prevent more innocent people from becoming targets. Image Credit: CNN

McCaul on “America’s Newsroom”

During my interview with Fox News’ “America’s Newsroom”, I talked about several topics that could be discussed during President Donald Trump’s meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the G20 Summit, including how America and Russia could work together to defeat ISIS.

McCaul on “New Day”

I went on CNN’s “New Day” earlier today to explain why President Trump needs to talk to Russian President Vladimir Putin about Russian interference in our elections and how to stop North Korea from developing more long range missiles that could threaten America’s national security.

McCaul on “Morning Joe”

This morning, I went on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” to discuss President Trump’s meeting with Vladimir Putin and why we need to strengthen our cybersecurity against Russian hackers.

McCaul on Fox News’ “The Story with Martha MacCallum”

Last night, I was on Fox News’ “The Story with Martha MacCallum” to discuss new developments on the Manchester Arena attack, the importance of strong vetting, and strengthening our national security following the attack to stop radical Islamists from dangering the homeland.

Fox News reports on ISIS connection to Berlin Christmas market attack

Before Italian police killed him, the suspect in the Berlin Christmas market attack pledged allegiance to ISIS. We need to strengthen our national security and prevent more people from being radicalized to stop more of these horrendous attacks. Image Credit: Fox News

The Houston Chronicle reports on Italian voters rejecting referendum

Italians voted on whether to pass a referendum supported by Premier Matteo Renzi to change the Constitution and give more power to the central government. With 60% of voters rejecting the referendum, it’s clear that Italians want to keep power with the regional states and not Rome. Image Credit: The Houston Chronicle