Even if there's a domestic terrorism investigation into three recent mass shootings, no specific domestic terrorism law exists in the federal criminal code.
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Bullet-resistant backpacks for kids are now available, but critics argue they are using tragedy as a marketing opportunity and exploiting parents' worst fears.
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Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, a frequent target of President Donald Trump's ire, has sued the FBI and the Justice Department over his firing.
It is everyone’s responsibility to take an active role in reducing the risk of mass casualty tragedies by reporting suspicious behavior.
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Report: Scientists sent Ebola virus to China on a commercial flight. The virus is a Level 4 pathogen and is among the deadliest in the world.
The federal government defines domestic terrorism as politically motivated violence designed to coerce or intimidate a civilian population.