EPA Delays Chemical Storage Rule, Cites Terrorism FearThe Trump administration is delaying a new rule tightening safety requirements for companies that store large quantities of dangerous chemicals.
More Prisoners Moved From Guantanamo BayThe Department of Defense announced Tuesday the transfer of 10 detainees from the Guantanamo Bay prison to the government of Oman.
Officer Honored For Actions During Attack At Texas Cartoon ContestOne of the officers hailed as a hero for his actions stopping the gunmen during a terror attack at a Muhammad Art Exhibit in North Texas is being honored today.
US Officials Warn Of Encrypted Communications By ExtremistsU.S. law enforcement officials expressed concern Wednesday about the growing use of encrypted communication and private messaging by supporters of the Islamic State.
U.S. Launches First Airstrikes Against ISIS In SyriaThe U.S. launched its first airstrikes against ISIS in Syria.
Radiation Detectors Donated To 3 North Texas Cities Law enforcement leaders from three North Texas cities were on hand Thursday to accept the donation of new tools to help in their battle against terrorism. The Department of Homeland Security gave police in Dallas, Fort Worth and Arlington nearly 300 radiation detectors.
Seattle Terror Defendant Says He Was Inspired By Fort Hood MassacreA mentally ill petty thief pleaded guilty Thursday to federal charges that he joined another man in planning to attack a Seattle military recruiting station with machine guns and grenades -- a plot inspired by the 2009 massacre at Fort Hood, authorities say.
Jihadist Website Threatens David Letterman Over JokeA frequent contributor to a jihadist website has threatened David Letterman, urging Muslim followers to "cut the tongue" of the late-night host because of a joke the comic made on his CBS show.
Frisco Woman Remembers Sister Lost On 9/11The news of Osama bin Laden's death struck a deep cord with families of those who died on September 11th. CBS 11 News spoke with a Frisco woman, who lost her sister that day.
Texas State Senator Injured On 9/11 Talks About bin Laden's DeathGranbury Republican Senator Brian Birdwell, who was burned over 60-percent of his body in the Pentagon attack on September 11, 2001, had a lot to say about the news of the death of Osama bin Laden.
Fusion Center Targets Crime
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