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Locations in Washington, New York and Boston may have been under surveillance by terror organizations for months -- and terrorists may try to launch numerous small scale attacks in the coming months, U.S. intelligence sources say.
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Law enforcement, fire and public works agencies have a new way to hear each other now, in California.
Analyst explains that, to successfully connect the dots, agencies should streamline their data.
New book examines an old problem -- how the government should effectively connect the dots while not violating privacy rights.
National Security correspondent J.J. Green reports.
WFED's Jason Miller reports.
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano says the U.S. government has not done everything it can to educate and engage the public in preventing terrorism. Napolitano spoke Wednesday at the Council on Foreign Relations in New York before heading to ground zero. She said the public has been treated as a "liability to be protected," instead of an asset in maintaining the nation's security. Americans, she says, have a role along with local law enforcement, the federal government and the international community.
Federal News Radio gets analysis about how air traffic controllers handled that Christmas Day terrorist attack attempt.
At least a half dozen people have been arrested in Britain on terrorism charges. Police took them into custody in pre-dawn raids in near London's Heathrow airport as a part of what they call a "complex" situation. The men range in age from 25-52. They were linked to an alleged overseas threat. Authorities would not say what region of the world had been targeted, but experts in the UK say Afghanistan was the place in question and the men appear to have been involved in recruiting for terror related activities in Afghanistan.
As authorities continue to investigate the crash of flight Air FRance flight 477, there appeared to have been for a time a possibility of some connection with Islamist terrorism. According to the L'Express.fr website, French intelligence services discovered two names corresponding to people known for their link with Islamist terrorism" on the passenger list of the Airbus plane which crashed into the sea between Rio de Janeiro and Paris. But reportedly the individuals were not on the same ones on the French terrorism watch list.