by Bombings plague end of Ramadan Saudi officials have confirmed that double suicide bombings have struck the holy city of Qatif. MSNBC terrorism analyst Malcolm Nance joins Thomas Roberts to discuss.

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by MSNBC LIVE WITH THOMAS ROBERTS 7/1/16 How is the US combating ISIS? Malcolm Nance , the author of Defeating Isis, comments on the terror attack in Turkey and how national security teams can thwart other potential ISIS attacks. Duration: 3:53

How is the US combating ISIS?




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by U.S. officials worry about potential attacks at American airports MSNBC terrorism analyst Malcolm Nance, executive director of the Terrorism Asymmetrics Project, responds to the CIA Director’s recent comments about the chances of a potential ISIS attack in the United States. ANDREA MITCHELL REPORTS – 12:51 PM 6/30/2016

U.S. officials worry about potential attacks at American airports


by Muslims under scrutiny after Orlando shooting A 911 call in which the Orlando shooter pledged allegiance to ISIS has once again put Muslims under scrutiny. But investigators are still working together to piece a complete picture of his motivations. The Daily Beast’s Dean Obeidallah and Malcolm Nance of the Terror Asymmetrics Project join to […]

Muslims under scrutiny after Orlando shooting






by TSA takes step to cut down airport lines Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson and high level national security officials are taking a look at what the U.S. travel association is calling a national crisis. National Security Analyst at the Terror Asymmetrics Project, Scriven King, explains the plan Secretary Johnson is putting into place. […]

TSA takes step to cut down airport lines


by Prosecutor: Mohamed Abrini is 3rd man at airport Counter terrorism expert and MSNBC contributor Malcom Nance joins MSNBC’s Ayman Mohyeldin to discuss the news that the Belgium prosecutor confirmed that Mohamad Abrini was the third man at the airport during the Brussels terror attacks. Duration: 5:02

Prosecutor: Mohamed Abrini is 3rd man at airport