Provided by Atlantic Media Company A U.S. Army sergeant patrols the main concourse of Grand Central Terminal, July 4, 2016. (Greg Kahn) Fifteen years ago this September 11, 19 terrorists, using four jetliners as guided missiles, killed 2,977 ... MSN News US, 2 weeks ago
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An FBI counter-terrorism squad tracked him for more than a year. They took his AK-47s, grenades and ammo, and called him a dangerous man who talked of an attack, records show. But they never call him a suspected terrorist. Neither does the ...Stars and Stripes, 2 weeks ago
In 2006, the European Commission introduced regulations to restrict the quantity of liquids being brought onto planes. The Liquid, Aerosol and Gel (LAG) restrictions were implemented as a temporary measure but continue to be enforced ten years ...Aviation Security International Magazine, 2 weeks ago
A record-breaking 78 firearms were found this week in carry-on bags at airports around the nation, 68 of which were loaded and 21 had a round chambered, according to the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). The previous record of 74 ...HS Today, 2 weeks ago
From all that can be gleaned from the record of the past fourteen plus-years, the U.S. appears to be less vulnerable to another mass-casualty attack than it was on 9/11. There have been some thwarted attempts to carry out large-scale attacks since ...Policy Review, 2 weeks ago
SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER The release of nearly 300 pages of emails belonging to then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, whichshine a spotlight onthecrony connections Clinton facilitated between the State Department and her family foundation, ...Breitbart.com, 2 weeks ago
The United States has spent $1 trillion to defend against al-Qaeda and ISIL, dirty bombs and lone wolves, bioterror and cyberterror. Has it worked? FIfteen years agothis September 11 , 19 terrorists, using four jetliners as guided missiles, ...Defense One, 2 weeks ago
Authorities have seized several CDs marked with slain radical cleric Anwar al-Awlaki's name in the home of a Detroit man who was arrested after buying five grenades from an undercover federal agent. The Detroit News (http://detne.ws/2aWBdu8 ) ...Miami Herald, 3 weeks ago COURT RECORDS: CDs bearing radical cleric's name found at home of Detroit man arrested on weapons charge FOXNews.com, 3 weeks ago CDs bearing radical cleric's name found at home of Detroit man arrested on weapons charge FOXNews.com, 3 weeks ago FBI: CDs bearing radical cleric's... DailyNews724.com, 3 weeks ago
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version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"? By Joseph Ax (Reuters) - U.S. authorities have found an apparent link between a Michigan man charged with illegally purchasing an arsenal of explosives and the radical U.S.-born al Qaeda recruiter Anwar al-Awlaki, ...Business Insider, 3 weeks ago
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Beginning in the late twentieth century, the West became enthralled by the term "lone wolf" and began using it to denote perpetrators of particularly heinous crimes who act without the assistance of other criminals. The term has become practically ...Cutting Edge News, 3 weeks ago Flaws in the 'Lone Wolf' Analysis Cutting Edge News, 3 weeks ago
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