Bolstering homeland defense

January 9, 2008
Homeland Security News
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“Prior to recessing for the Christmas holidays, Congress inched forward a bipartisan bill that would provide funding to combat domestic improvised explosive devices (IEDs), a growing problem outlined last year in a National Intelligence Estimate released by the National Intelligence Council. That report found IEDs are the new weapon of choice for terrorists, particularly those with links to al Qaeda, who are seeking to attack Americans on their own soil. ” (Washington Times)