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On Law: U.S. prepared for terror

The Bush administration tells United Press International that it’s “confident” it can handle future domestic terror threats, no matter what the next few months may bring. But despite the increase in the nation’s threat level Friday, the question neither the president’s national security team nor the FBI will answer publicly is whether a probable war with Iraq will increase the danger to the American public. A spokesman for Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge says it really doesn’t matter. “This department’s mission is to protect the American people and this department will rise to any occasion,” Ridge spokesman Brian Roehrkasse says. Full Story

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