Rep. José E. Serrano, D-N.Y., asked Attorney General William Barr what the Justice Department has done to address the rise of homegrown violent extremism -- specifically in regards to budget and staffing.

"The people who are on the watch for this kind of thing, whether they be FBI agents or U.S. Attorneys pursuing potential cases, are the very same people that would also be looking at other forms of terrorism potentially," he said. "It's hard to allocate exactly the dollars by that category."

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