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Allegra Kirkland is a New York-based reporter for Talking Points Memo. She previously worked on The Nation’s web team and as the associate managing editor for AlterNet. Follow her on Twitter @allegrakirkland.
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich proposed the creation of a new version of the controversial House Un-American Activities Committee to root out American citizens who plan to commit terrorist attacks in the U.S.
The House floor dissolved into chaos on Monday night after a moment of silence for the victims of the mass shooting in Orlando, Florida, with Democrats shouting in frustration as House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) tried to keep order.
Longtime Donald Trump confidante Roger Stone said Monday that the Orlando terrorist attack was a good opportunity for his candidate to question whether top Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin could be a “terrorist agent.”
President Barack Obama told reporters on Monday there is “no direct evidence” that the man suspected of killing 49 people early Sunday at an LGBT nightclub in Orlando, Florida was directed to do so by a terrorist network or as part of a larger plot.
Police now say the man arrested Sunday with a carload of weapons and explosive-making materials never said he planned to harm attendees at a gay pride parade, the Los Angeles Times reported Monday, and a friend of the arrested man said he identified as bisexual.
Donald Trump charged that there were “many, many people” in the United States who are “sick with hate” and willing to carry out terrorist attacks like the mass shooting this weekend at a gay club in Orlando, Florida.