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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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MI Police Chief Gets Fed Security Clearance

Associated Press DEARBORN, Mich. (AP) - Police Chief Greg Guibord says he is among a number of Michigan... - Full Story


FBI Ties Empty Missile-Launch Tube to al-Qaida, Cautions U.S. Police

The FBI told U.S. police departments today that an empty launcher for a shoulder-fired anti-aircraft... - Full Story


F.B.I. Chief Admits 9/11 Might Have Been Detectable

by Neil A. Lewis, The New York Times WASHINGTON - The director of the F.B.I., Robert S. Mueller III,... - Full Story


FBI Given More Latitude

New Surveillance Rules Remove Evidence Hurdle by Susan Schmidt and Dan Eggen, Washington Post New Justice... - Full Story


Reservists' Duty Calls, But Home Beckons

Since Sept. 11, More Are in Active Service by Christian Davenport, Washington Post Michael Jr. won't... - Full Story


Wiretaps Reveal Chilling Remarks from Terrorists

by Sebastian Rotella and Josh Meyer, The Los Angeles Times PARIS - Suspected al-Qaida operatives wiretapped... - Full Story


'Carnivore' Glitches Blamed For FBI Woes

Problems With E-Mail Surveillance Program Led to Mishandling of al Qaeda Probe in 2000, Memo Says by... - Full Story


Terrorism Focus Set for FBI; Mueller's Reorganization Would Shift 480 Agents

by Susan Schmidt, The Washington Post The FBI will shift 480 agents from drug and other criminal investigations... - Full Story


Missing Cyanide from Truck Hijacked in Mexico Raises Cross-Border Fears

by Mary Jordan, The Washington Post MEXICO CITY - Nearly 8 tons of sodium cyanide hijacked from a truck... - Full Story


From War Veterans to Pentagon Victims

Battle Survivors Became Casualties of New War by Steve Vogel, Washington Post They had served their... - Full Story

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