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  1. Congress to Protect Citizens Who Report 'Flying Imams'-Type Suspicions

    After nearly a week of intense, behind-the-scenes wrangling, congressional negotiators late Tuesday agreed to include in the pending Sept. 11 security bill sweeping ...

  2. Americans on no-fly list over terror concerns still allowed to enroll in flight school

    U.S. citizens who are on the government's list of people banned from flying because they're considered terror threats are not prevented from learning how to fly in s...

  3. Mississippi rep. asks FBI to review mayoral candidate's death

    A Mississippi congressman is asking the FBI to review the slaying of an openly gay mayoral candidate to determine if any federal laws might have been violated.U.S. R...

  4. Congress considers threats from airport employees

    Commercial air travel is at risk from terrorists who quietly get jobs at airports so that they can attack from within sensitive areas, a senior Homeland Security Dep...

  5. GOP Rep. King defends hearings on Muslim radicalization, terrorism ties

    GOP Rep. Peter King on Wednesday defended hearings on the so-called radicalization of American Muslims and how that potentially leads to terrorism – amid continued a...

  6. Political Donations Become a Family Affair

    On Dec. 12, 2003, Maryland businessman Raymond Starkes III gave $2,000 to the campaign of Rep. Bennie Thompson ( search ), D-Miss. That same day, Starkes' son -- a c...

  7. Security Breach Fallout

    New details emerge in party crashers timeline

  8. Bennie G . Thompson (Democrat)

     State: MississippiParty: DemocratCandidate: U.S. House of RepresentativesCurrent Office: Representative (D-MS 2nd)Born: 1/28/1948, Bolton, MSReligion: MethodistMari...

  9. Terror experts say US must invest more in local enforcement to detect and deter plots

    The U.S. government must shift its terrorism focus and resources away from Pennsylvania Avenue and onto Main Street, several national security experts told Congress ...

  10. U.S. Experts: Invest in Local Efforts to Find Homegrown Terror

    WASHINGTON -- The U.S. government must shift its terrorism focus and resources away from Pennsylvania Avenue and onto Main Street, several national security experts ...

  11. U.S. Government to Ditch Terror Color Warning System

    WASHINGTON -- By the end of April, terror threats to the U.S. will no longer be described in shades of green, blue, yellow, orange and red, The Associated Press has ...

  12. APNewsBreak: TSA finds no profiling at Honolulu

    Racial profiling allegations involving two officers at the Honolulu International Airport were found to be unsubstantiated after an investigation, the U.S Transporta...

  1. Stopping Extremism

    Rep . Bennie Thompson (D-MS) tells Alan why he thinks that hearings on domestic terrorism should not focus solely on Muslims.

  2. Federal probe questions TSA behavioral profiling program

    A federal probe of a Transportation Security Administration program to screen suspicious behavior of passengers at airports suggests the effort, which has cost almos...

  3. Boston chief: City 'received no word' from FBI about warning from Russia about Tsarnaev

    FBI agents did not tell Boston police they had receiving warnings from Russia's government in 2011 about suspected bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev and had performed a curso...

  4. King Rebuffs Pleas to Broaden House Hearings on Threat of Radical Islam

    Rep. Peter King, the new chairman of the Homeland Security Committee who has ignited a storm of controversy for planning hearings next month on the growing threat of...

  5. Witnesses at King Hearing Say America 'Failing' to Confront Radical Islam

    Witnesses at a high-profile congressional hearing on Islamic radicalization said Thursday that America is "failing" to confront the threat posed by homegrown extremi...

  6. Border Fence Plan to Get Critical Look in Next Congress

    The 700-mile border fence Congress approved for construction in a session-ending deal was little more than a fast act of political cosmetics in an election year and ...

  7. NASCAR Fans Don't Take Kindly to Immunization Alert

    Jeff Gordon's victory at the Bank of America 500 NASCAR race surely fired up fans in Concord, N.C., on Saturday night, just slightly more than the battle in Washingt...

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