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Jeh Johnson: U.S. is entering ‘new phase’ of terrorist threat

Jeh JohnsonDepartment of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson warned Tuesday that the United States is entering a “new phase” of threats from terrorism, as the so-called Islamic State and other groups gain ground in the Middle East and spread their message online in increasingly sophisticated ways.


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Jeh Johnson: U.S. is entering ‘new phase’ of terrorist threat

Jeh JohnsonDepartment of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson warned Tuesday that the United States is entering a “new phase” of threats from terrorism, as the so-called Islamic State and other groups gain ground in the Middle East and spread their message online in increasingly sophisticated ways.


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Jeh Johnson: U.S. is entering ‘new phase’ of terrorist threat

Jeh JohnsonDepartment of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson warned Tuesday that the United States is entering a “new phase” of threats from terrorism, as the so-called Islamic State and other groups gain ground in the Middle East and spread their message online in increasingly sophisticated ways.


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Police wanted Guard in Ferguson neighborhood

Records: Police wanted Guard in Ferguson neighborhoodSt. Louis area authorities planning for a grand jury announcement sought unsuccessfully to station National Guard troops and armored Humvees in a Ferguson neighborhood where Michael Brown had been shot by a policeman, according to records released Tuesday detailing the state's preparations.


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Police wanted Guard in Ferguson neighborhood

Records: Police wanted Guard in Ferguson neighborhoodSt. Louis area authorities planning for a grand jury announcement sought unsuccessfully to station National Guard troops and armored Humvees in a Ferguson neighborhood where Michael Brown had been shot by a policeman, according to records released Tuesday detailing the state's preparations.


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New defense chief vows to protect troops

New defense chief vows to protect troops' safety, dignityAsh Carter, sworn in Tuesday as President Barack Obama's fourth secretary of defense amid multiple global threats, pledged to offer his most candid strategic advice and carefully consider decisions about sending troops into harm's way.


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Bin Laden told of al Qaeda suspect’s plot in ‘chilling’ letter: U.S. prosecutor

Abid Naseer listens to testimony from Zazi during his trial in BrooklynBy Nate Raymond NEW YORK (Reuters) - A U.S. prosecutor told jurors at the terrorism trial of accused al Qaeda operative Abid Naseer that his plan to bomb a shopping center in England in 2009 was described in a "chilling" letter recovered during the military raid that killed Osama bin Laden. In an opening statement at trial in federal court in Brooklyn, New York, prosecutor Celia Cohen said the letter from al Qaeda's head of Western operations updated bin Laden on plans by Naseer and others to carry out attacks in New York, Copenhagen and Manchester, England. "You will see that chilling reminder in the letter to Osama bin Laden that al Qaeda's goal was to attack infidels in their home territories," Cohen said.


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