Joe Biden is set to make domestic terrorism a primary focus entering his first days in office, moving away from foreign terror threats. On Tuesday, reports indicated Biden transition officials have entertained the idea and may pull resources used for counterterrorism and instead use it to combat domestic terror.
Unprecedented amounts of preparation are going into protecting state Capitols and federal buildings just days before the inauguration.
Despite an increased police presence near the city’s federal buildings, Washington D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser said she’s still concerned about possible attacks elsewhere in the city.
As the country begins to recover from a week of chaos, Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy is wary of potential future threats.