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Police on Friday morning looked for links to terrorist groups at the apartment of the Egyptian man who killed two people at Los Angeles International Airport on Thursday. Egyptian limousine driver Hesham Mohamed Hadayet, who lived in nearby Irvine, was killed by El Al security guards after he opened fire at people standing at the Israeli national airline's ticket counter. July 4 was his 41st birthday, according to a relative in Egypt. The FBI refused to speculate that Hadayet's rampage, which wounded two others, was linked to terrorism.
Isaac Yeffet from El Al security reacts.

And Americans clung to the most traditional of Independence Day festivities in their first celebration of the holiday since the country came under attack on Sept. 11. They gathered Thursday for parades and fireworks with more than the usual patriotism, many of them more conscious than they were a year ago of what they have to celebrate. The celebrations were especially meaningful to New York, where the annual Macy's fireworks display paid tribute to victims and heroes of Sept. 11. It was a trouble free July 4 but what should the U.S. look for next? Bill Cowan, former special operations and Bob Maginnis have the latest on Homeland Security in America.

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