A new congressional report says there's been progress in how federal and local law enforcement agencies share information following the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings.
But the House Homeland Security Committee report, entitled "Preventing Another Boston Marathon Bombing," suggests there's still more work to be done, especially in the face of new terrorist threats like ISIS.
The 16-page report was released Tuesday night, as the second anniversary of the April 15 attacks, which killed three people and injured 260 others, approaches. It is a follow up to the committee's 2014 report, "The Road to Boston: Counterterrorism Challenges and Lessons from the Marathon Bombings."
Homeland Security Committee Chairman Michael McCaul, a Texas Republican, and Congressman William Keating, a Massachusetts Democrat, are expected to discuss the updated findings Wednesday morning on Capitol Hill.