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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Cargo Security for Passenger Planes is Lax, Report Says

by Greg Schneider, The Washington Post WASHINGTON — Security for cargo carried on passenger planes... - Full Story

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Be Vigilant, Pedestrians and Drivers Urged

Rallies Across Region Put Focus on Safety by Monte Reel, Washington Post Hundreds of sign-waving residents... - Full Story

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Officers Lining up for a Life in the Skies

Air Marshal Service Drains Local Forces by David A. Fahrenthold and Phuong Ly, Washington Post Police... - Full Story

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Mueller Outlines Origin, Funding of Sept. 11 Plot

by Walter Pincus, Washington Post FBI Director Robert S. Mueller III said yesterday that investigators... - Full Story

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Hijacker tried to Get U.S. Loan to Buy Plane

The Associated Press MIAMI - A Department of Agriculture official says Sept. 11 terrorist ringleader... - Full Story

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Bush Proposes New Agency in National-Security Shake-Up

by Mike Allen and Bill Miller, The Washington Post WASHINGTON - President Bush, outlining the most ambitious... - Full Story

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Officials Follow Money to Link Suspect to Attack

by David Johnston with Benamin Weiser, New York Times WASHINGTON - Federal law enforcement officials... - Full Story

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New Visa Rules Would Track, Fingerprint 200,000 Visitors

by Eric Lichtblau, Los Angeles Times WASHINGTON - About 100,000 visitors a year from more than 24 countries... - Full Story

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FBI Chief: 9/11 Surveillance is Taxing the Bureau

Washington Post The FBI has placed a "substantial" number of people suspected of ties to terror under... - Full Story

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FBI Chief Tells Congress His Agency Needs More Agents, Money, Time

JESSE J. HOLLAND, Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) -- FBI Director Robert S. Mueller III told... - Full Story



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