It’s hard to believe it has been 12 years since terror attacks in New York, Washington and Pennsylvania killed thousands of people.
More than 100 nuclear power plants are being called terror targets, including those here in Maryland. A new report ordered by the Pentagon finds American nuclear plants are dangerously unprotected from possible attacks.
A bloody raid in Algeria to free American hostages and dozens of others held by terrorists. At least six people are dead. Many more are still unaccounted for.
Military installations in New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts and Maryland are welcoming families of 9/11 victims this week to watch pretrial hearings in Cuba for five men charged in the terrorist attacks.
Authorities say the credible terror threat focuses on New York City and nearby Washington D.C., so there will be an intense focus on area bridges in Maryland.
Some Washington-area residents said Friday that they aren’t especially fearful — though cautious as always –as federal officials investigate what they have called credible but unconfirmed information about a possible terrorist attack on the 10th anniversary of Sept. 11.
U.S. airports are still vulnerable to terror attacks, despite billions of dollars invested in security
enhancements since 9/11, a Republican congressman said Wednesday.
Amtrak President Joseph Boardman says he wants to step up security patrols of the passenger rail network and explore new technologies able to provide advance warning of track tampering following revelations that al Qaida considered attacking U.S. trains.