A power outage in August 2003 darkened New York City. A report warns that the national power grid could be knocked out if just a handful of key power stations were sabotaged. George Widman /AP hide caption

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Sniper Attack On Power Station Highlights Grid's Vulnerability

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Sniper Attack On Calif. Power Station Raises Terrorism Fears

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