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Washington worries about terrorism

The White House and Congress focused Tuesday on whether the federal government is prepared to respond to terrorism, even as attacks on Americans at home and overseas are on the wane. Warning of the dangers posed by hand-carried nuclear weapons and biological or chemical agents, Vice President Dick Cheney announced the creation of an office at the Federal Emergency Management Agency to coordinate federal response to domestic terrorist attacks. On Capitol Hill, Republican senators began three days of hearings to determine whether government agencies are prepared to prevent and respond to terrorist attacks. Full Story

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