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Union Dispute, Turning Violent, Spreads and Idles Ports

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The busy ports of Seattle and Tacoma, Wash., were shut down on Thursday as an increasingly violent dispute between unionized port workers and the owner of a grain export terminal in Longview, Wash., spilled over to the other facilities. About 500 longshoremen stormed the new $200 million terminal in Longview before sunrise Thursday, carrying baseball

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Officials: No Change in Shoes-Off Policy — For Now

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The nation’s two top airline security officials said today that while travelers will eventually be able to go through checkpoints without taking off their shoes, it will be much longer before restrictions are lifted on carrying liquids. In separate appearances, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano and TSA Administrator John Pistole said improvements in screening technology

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Investigators Assess Threat of Bombing Tied to 9/11

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WASHINGTON — Counterterrorism officials on Thursday were assessing a report about the threat of an attack in New York City or Washington using a car or truck bomb and timed to the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, according to several officials briefed on the matter. In a statement, a spokesman for the Department

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Key Officials Say More Needs to Be Done to Boost Homeland Security

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Washington (CNN) — Ten years after the September 11th attacks, the nation still isn’t fully prepared to handle another huge disaster, Lee Hamilton, one of the co-chairmen of the 9/11 Commission, said Thursday. First responders could still have problems communicating with one another, and there is confusion in some communities about who would be in charge,

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