Homeland Security Committee may refocus on Islamic terrorism

Homeland Security today\'s David Silverberg discusses how priorities may change with the new GOP chairman of the committee.

Agents with the FBI, Federal Protective Service, and Border Patrol could be among those security workers affected if a renewed focus on Islamic terrorism takes hold on the House Homeland Security Committee.

David Silverberg, editor of Homeland Security Today, told DorobekINSIDER producer Scott Carr that the new Republican chairman of that Committee has long argued that U.S. authorities need to concentrate on Islamic radicals.

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