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AUSTIN – U.S. Rep. Will Hurd said he’s confident in the way leaders of his party plan to investigate alleged connections between the administration of President Donald Trump and the Russian government.
After Russia's "most important covert action" in history, hacking the Democratic National Committee, media and politics need to get out of the way as Congress sets out to define a "digital act of war" and the U.S. response, Rep. Will Hurd, R-Texas, told Newsmax TV.
Faced with a future that includes a border wall, military leaders are telling congress that there will likely be a spillover effect as transnational criminal organizations will simply not stop shuttling drugs and people north.
U.S. Rep. Will Hurd on Tuesday took over a coveted seat on the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence at a time when cybersecurity and Russia’s intrusion into American politics present vexing questions in Washington.
On a Tuesday afternoon in mid-February, long-time Redford residents Enrique and Ruby Madrid welcomed about 25 Colorado high school students into their small living room. While Ruby prepared the kitchen for a lesson in making perfectly round tortillas, Enrique, a scholar of local history and culture, delivered a lecture on the border and Native American culture.
President Trump is setting an ambitious timetable for the construction of his promised “big, beautiful border wall.” But aside from potential funding and political complications, geologists and law enforcement officials are pointing to what could be a bigger challenge: the terrain.
Improving the nation's cyber security will require deep cooperation between the public and private sectors, said U.S. Rep. Will Hurd, R-Texas, a member of the U.S. House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.
"The federal government can't do it by themselves and the private sector can't do it by themselves," Hurd said Friday while in El Paso. "We have to do it together."