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Homeland Security awards $400M in anti-terror funds

The Homeland Security Department on Monday awarded nearly $400 million to help cities protect their ports, rail lines, bus routes, buildings and other potential terrorist targets. New York City got the biggest chunk of the cash. More than three months after the department caused an uproar by cutting funds by 40% in another grant program to New York City and Washington, Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff said his department is reworking the way it distributes such grants. “You’re never going to make everybody happy,” he said. “There’s never enough money.” Full Story

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