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Five arrested for allegedly trying to blow up Ohio bridge

Five people described as anarchists were arrested Monday in a Cleveland-area park for allegedly trying to blow up a bridge, sources tell Fox News. The public was never in danger from the explosive devices, which were inoperable and…Continue Reading

Internet may drop for hundreds of thousands in July due to hacker malware

From KABC – Los Angeles WASHINGTON (KABC) — A few mouse clicks could mean the difference between staying online and losing your Internet connection this summer. Unknown to most computer users, the problem began with international hackers running…Continue Reading

Former DuPont Worker Pleads Guilty in Economic Espionage Case

Former DuPont worker pleads guilty in economic espionage case. A former DuPont Co. employee pleaded guilty March 1 in federal court in San Francisco to conspiring to steal trade secrets about titanium dioxide technology and provide them to…Continue Reading

US ‘very closely’ watching Syrian chemical weapons

WASHINGTON     (AP) — The U.S. and its allies are closely monitoring Syria’s large stockpiles of chemical arms and portable anti-aircraft missiles, a State Department official said Wednesday, amid concerns that the country’s unconventional weapons could fall into the…Continue Reading

Terrorist Attack Map Shows Terrorism ‘Hot Spots’ Across U.S.

Can science predict where terrorists will strike? Not quite. But researchers at the University of Maryland (UMD) and the University of Massachusetts, Boston (UMB) have created a detailed map of where terrorism attacks have occurred since 1970 –…Continue Reading

Feds: Islamic extremist held in Tampa plot

TAMPA, Fla. — Federal authorities say a 25-year-old man described as an Islamic extremist was arrested in a plot to attack sites around Tampa, Fla., after taking possession of disabled guns and bombs in a case that the…Continue Reading

Dirty-bomb scare reignites border agency, union fight

A dirty-bomb alert involving armed Montreal customs agents has reignited a bitter dispute over whether Canadas border services personnel should be allowed to take part in joint operations with other law enforcement agencies. Read More: http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/canada/dirty-bomb-scare-reignites-border-agency-union-fight-136526528.html

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