U.S. Airstrikes Kill 11 Terrorists, Including Egyptian Islamic Jihad FounderTwo United States airstrikes against al-Qaida near Idlib, Syria killed 11 terrorists in two days, according to the Pentagon.
Starbucks To Hire 10,000 Refugees Over Next 5 YearsStarbucks says it will hire 10,000 refugees over the next five years, a response to President Donald Trump's indefinite suspension of Syrian refugees and temporary travel bans that apply to six other Muslim-majority nations.
Letter From State Representative Angers N. Texas Muslim LeadersImam Omar Suleman of Irving says he is still puzzled and angry after receiving a letter and poll from a Republican state lawmaker.
CAIR Addresses Trump's Proposed Refugee PolicyAs early as this week, President Trump is set to make good on controversial campaign promises to ban Muslim refugees. Muslim rights groups in North Texas are speaking out against the changes.
Sen. Cruz Moves To Protect State Governors’ Right To Reject RefugeesThe two page bill would give Governors the right to reject the settlement of refugees from any nation in their state, at their sole discretion.
Sen. Cruz Weighs In On Berlin Christmas Market AttackSen. Ted Cruz wants the U.S. to redouble its resolve to partner with allies and prevent an outbreak of radical Islamic terrorism.
UN Committee Strongly Condemns Syrian Attacks In AleppoA U.N. committee has approved a resolution strongly condemning the recent escalation of attacks in Aleppo and continuing violence by the Syrian government against its own people.
Three American Military Trainers Shot And Killed In JordanThe Pentagon says three U.S. military members have been killed in a shooting outside a military base in southern Jordan. A spokesman says the three were in Jordan on a training mission, and came under fire while driving into the base.
Pentagon Says Airstrike In Syria Killed An Al-Qaida LeaderThe Pentagon says a U.S. airstrike in Syria this month killed what the Defense Department describes as a senior al-Qaida leader who once had ties to Osama bin Laden.
Texas Formally Withdraws From Refugee Resettlement ProgramThe State of Texas has formally withdrawn from the federal government's refugee resettlement program.
10,000 Syrian Refugees Find New Homes In U.S.California and Michigan are neck-and-neck among states receiving the most Syrian refugees, followed by Arizona, Texas and Illinois. Dallas has gotten 293 refugees since October of last year.
Judge Dismisses Texas Lawsuit Over Syrian RefugeesThe state's effort to halt the arrival of Syrian refugees has been blocked by a federal judge, who rejected claims that the refugees pose an imminent risk or that states deserve a say in resettlements.