Report: Sharing of Terrorism Data Remains a Problem

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Since the Sept. 11 attacks, "information sharing" is a mantra of federal agencies focused on homeland defense. But a report says agencies are struggling to manage data such as terrorism "watch lists" meant for distribution to police and airlines. State and local police say they're still having trouble getting the information. NPR's Larry Abramson reports.

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