IE 11 is not supported. For an optimal experience visit our site on another browser.
  • Electoral Count Reform Act gets its day in the Senate

    05:57
  • W.H. Adviser Keisha Lance Bottoms joins The Sunday Show for exclusive interview

    07:17
  • New documentary captures life and legacy of actor Sidney Poitier

    05:25
  • Democrat Cheri Beasley in a tight race for senator from deep-red North Carolina.

    05:52
  • "Declassify, we do": Cohen says Jedi mind tricks don't work for declassification

    06:47
  • Democrats and Republicans in dead heat in new NBC News Poll

    03:48
  • Abortion to be key issue ahead of the midterms

    03:55
  • Sheryl Lee Ralph makes history with first Emmy win

    04:01
  • Republicans push for a Constitutional convention

    03:59
  • NYC Mayor Adams: Bussing Migrants is "Inhumane and Anti-American"

    05:09
  • ADL Finds Hundreds of Law Enforcement Officers in Far-Right Extremist Group

    04:43
  • A new era of UK-US relations

    04:22
  • The U.S. marks 21 years since 9/11

    06:15
  • Now Playing

    The U.S. faces a new type of threat 21 years after the 9/11 attacks

    06:28
  • UP NEXT

    Russia pulls out troops from areas of Ukraine's Kharkiv region

    02:29
  • Agenda PAC targets anti-LGBTQ politicians ahead of the midterms

    01:46
  • GOP escalates violent rhetoric as investigation into Trump advances

    04:18
  • Donald Trump plays defense with the legal system

    05:31
  • Uvalde children continue to grapple with trauma as they head back to school

    02:50
  • Karine Jean-Pierre stops by The Sunday Show

    05:23

The U.S. faces a new type of threat 21 years after the 9/11 attacks

06:28

It's been 21 years since the 9/11 terrorist attacks that killed nearly 3,000 people. However, an increase in domestic terrorism attacks by right wing extremist groups is forcing the country to once again reevaluate their national security strategy. Jeh Johnson, former Homeland Security Secretary, joins Jonathan to discuss.