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June 17, 2011

Police arrest man for Pentagon bomb scare

The suspect's backpack, found outside the Pentagon, contained suspicious materials - Full Story
June 16, 2011

Bomb shatters $106 million police training center

Illiteracy, terrorism among challenges in training Afghan forces - Full Story
June 09, 2011

Feds seek life in prison for 'Newburg 4'

Court papers call men in NYC bomb plot 'ticking time bombs' - Full Story
May 02, 2011
Police presence beefed up in wake of Osama bin Laden's death

Police presence beefed up in wake of Osama bin Laden's death

In Los Angeles, police were stepping up intelligence monitoring, while New York was sending extra police to its subways, airports, bridges and the World Trade Center site itself - Full Story
May 02, 2011

Path to bin Laden started in CIA prison

Terrorists close to bin Laden were subjected to harsh interrogation tactics inside CIA prisons in Poland and Romania - Full Story
May 02, 2011
Americans gather joyfully to mark bin Laden death

Americans gather joyfully to mark bin Laden death

"While all Americans rightfully gather in our streets and chant USA with pride, New York City police officers stand silently protecting their rights and defending against the next possible attack" - Full Story
April 29, 2011

FBI's system may hinder cyber intrusion cases

FBI's practice of rotating agents among different offices to promote a variety of work experiences hinders the ability to investigate national security cyber intrusio - Full Story
April 23, 2011

Mexican man steals identity to become cop?

The officer was arrested after authorities searched his home and found documents confirming his true identity - Full Story
April 04, 2011

Are we policing the borders incorrectly?

Some say ports of entry vulnerable as resources go to stop illegal immigrants - Full Story
April 04, 2011

Watchdogs: Oakland, SF cops should shun FBI

Civil rights groups say they should not work with the agency on terrorism investigations because of privacy issues - Full Story

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