“We must condemn and push back forcefully against any state-sponsored cyberattacks on our democratic process."

"A senior State Department official’s attempt to pressure the FBI to hide the extent of this mishandling bears all the signs of a cover-up."

Over the weekend, our country was once again attacked by radical Islamic extremism. The mourning process will take time, and while we pray for the victims and their loved ones, we continue our vigilance against homegrown terrorism.

We will not let the IRS get away with this.

Today, IRS Commissioner John Koskinen will face House lawmakers for the first time since an independent watchdog uncovered his agency’s continued failure to protect taxpayer data from hackers. We won’t be there asking the questions, but here are three we think Commissioner Koskinen needs to answer:

The House will vote later this week on a year-long spending bill that takes several concrete steps to enhance our national security and keep Americans safe

"Two inspector generals appointed by President Obama have now called on the Justice Department to investigate Secretary Clinton’s mishandling of classified email. If Secretary Clinton truly has nothing to hide, she can prove it by immediately turning over her server to the proper authorities and allowing them to examine the complete record."

As scandals and crises engulfed the Obama administration last summer, outside observers began to openly wonder if the president and his team are up to the task of managing the government. A year later, it still looks that way:

"This bill will help facilitate voluntary collaboration between the private sector and the federal government in the fight against cyber attacks and protect those who choose to help from legal harm."

WASHINGTON, DC – House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) released the following statement today applauding House passage of the Protecting Cyber Networks Act (H.R. 1560):