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Terrorism Prevention and Response

Terrorism Prevention and Response

Because American cops are on the front lines in counterterrorism, the Terrorism Prevention and Response topic page is updated with news and information to protect the homeland from all enemies, foreign and domestic. From lone wolf domestic terrorists to radical Islamist jihadists, terrorism existed in the U.S. long before 9/11 and will remain a looming threat.
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April 25, 2002

Rules for National Lifted; Old Flight Path to Return

Officials Expect Fewer Noise Complaints, More Business by Katherine Shaver, Washington Post A months-long... - Full Story
April 25, 2002

Federal Airport Workers to Debut at BWI

by Greg Schneider, Washington Post Baltimore-Washington International Airport will become the first... - Full Story
April 25, 2002

CIA says China Plans Cyber-Attacks

by Eric Lichtblau, Los Angeles Times WASHINGTON — U.S. intelligence officials believe the Chinese... - Full Story
April 24, 2002

'Dirty-bomb' Threat Investigated

by Michael Kilian, Chicago Tribune WASHINGTON — Despite deep skepticism about the credibility of... - Full Story
April 24, 2002

Airport Workers Charged In Sweep

140 in Area Accused Of Lying; National's Flight Path to Revert by Katherine Shaver and Allan Lengel,... - Full Story
April 23, 2002

Terror Suspect Says He Wants U.S. Destroyed

by Philip Shenon, New York Times ALEXANDRIA, Va., — Zacarias Moussaoui, charged with conspiring... - Full Story
April 23, 2002

Al Qaeda Leader Said to Report A-Bomb Plans

by Philip Shenon, New York Times WASHINGTON — A top leader of Al Qaeda now in custody has told... - Full Story
April 23, 2002

Ridge Pushes Fast-Track 'Trusted Fliers' Screening

Lawmakers, Airline Groups Express Doubts by Bill Miller, Washington Post Random checks of passengers... - Full Story
April 22, 2002

Men Plead Innocent to Pearl Murder

New York Times KARACHI, Pakistan (AP) -- A British-born Islamic militant and three co-defendants pleaded... - Full Story
April 22, 2002

Some Police Skeptical of Bill to Give them Immigration Enforcement Power

DENVER (Associated Press) -- A Colorado lawmaker wants to give local and state police the power to enforce... - Full Story



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Terrorism Prevention and Response Columnists

Staying Oriented Staying Oriented
with Fred Leland
Securing the Homeland Securing the Homeland
with Lt. Raymond E. Foster (ret.)