After Charlottesville, future of funding to counter homegrown extremism worries experts

Aug 14, 2017
The Obama administration program designed to target homegrown extremism, Countering Violent Extremism, has seen grants diverted from community partnership programs to law enforcement.
 A vigil is held in downtown Philadelphia on Sunday in support of the victims of violence at the "Unite the Right" rally In Charlottesville, Virginia this weekend. 
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Fifteen years later, how is aviation security faring?

Sep 26, 2016
Billions have been spent since the Sept. 11 attacks.
Passengers line up outside a Transportation Security Administration checkpoint at Ronald Reagan National Airport in Arlington, VA.
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Do we need to track pressure cooker sales?

Sep 21, 2016
The question is raised after they were used in bombs in New York and New Jersey.
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Obama's final nuclear summit spotlights fears over nuclear theft

Mar 31, 2016
Nuclear security rules exist for places like universities and hospitals, not just nuclear facilities.
Protected by a lead and steel safety barrier, a technician at Brookhaven National Laboratories, USA, processes radioactive sodium.
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ISIS exploits new networks to fund terror

Mar 22, 2016
ISIS operatives are relying on new sources, online and off, to fund attacks.
A plume of smoke rises over Brussels airport after the controlled explosion of a third device in Zaventem Bruxelles International Airport after a terrorist attack on March 22, 2016 in Brussels, Belgium. 
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U.N. ministers vow to fight terror in historic move

Dec 17, 2015
Their target is the money the Islamic State uses to fund its activities.

Where ISIS gets its money

Nov 16, 2015
The group raises most of its funds from the territories it controls.

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