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Report: United States Still Unprepared for Terrorist Attack

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Report: United States Still Unprepared for Terrorist Attack

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Report: United States Still Unprepared for Terrorist Attack

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A new study by the Council on Foreign Relations suggests that almost two years after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, the United States remains "dangerously unprepared" to handle an attack on U.S. soil. The report, which surveyed law enforcement, medical workers and public health providers, says emergency responders are underprepared and underfunded. Hear study co-author Richard Clarke.

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