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Terror funds mean greater threat

Cities fiercely competing for multimillion-dollar grants for counterterrorism programs must accept an unsettling premise along with the money: They are likely targets for terrorists. The government wants cities to keep that in mind when they find out how much money they are receiving this year. The Homeland Security Department is awarding $740 million to 46 communities with the nation’s highest threat risks. The money is being divvied up under a new formula the department says is based largely on intelligence and law enforcement data about threats and the possible consequences. Full Story

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