House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Michael McCaul said President Trump was "on top of his game" during a televised White House meeting with legislators regarding immigration reform.
Just two weeks ago, ISIS issued a cryptic message about "Christmas in New York."
Rep. Michael McCaul (R-TX) joined Bret Baier tonight to react to the attack in New York City that left at least eight people dead and a dozen injured.
Rep. Michael McCaul (R-TX) believes that the deadly terror attack in Manchester, U.K, reinforces the need for peaceful, moderate Muslims to stand up to the radical members of their faith.
President Donald Trump signed two executives orders on Friday, including one limiting the flow of refugees into the U.S. and instituting what he's called "extreme vetting" of immigrants.
Rep. Michael McCaul (R-TX) said on America's Newsroom that Hillary Clinton could face impeachment proceedings in the House of Representatives if she is elected president.
Homeland Security Committee Chairman Michael McCaul joined Special Report to discuss the unfolding military coup in Turkey, saying that if the coup succeeds, the U.S.'s strong partnership with the military must continue.
Following FBI director Jim Comey's announcement that no charges will be filed against Hillary Clinton for her private email server, House Republicans are proposing a bill that would remove her security clearance.
House Homeland Security Chairman Michael McCaul said on "Hannity" that President Obama is "playing Russian Roulette with national security" by insisting on taking in thousands of Syrian refugees despite intelligence warnings.
Rep. Michael McCaul (R-Texas) spoke to Bill Hemmer this morning to react to new information on the crash of a Russian passenger plane in Egypt.
Chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee Michael McCaul joined Maria Bartiromo on "Sunday Morning Futures" to react to U.S. Special Forces personnel killing a key ISIS leader in a raid in eastern Syria.
ISIS claimed responsibility last week after two men opened fire at a Muhammad cartoon contest in Garland, Texas. Now, the terror group claims it has recruits across the U.S. who are ready to attack.