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Are Somali-Americans More Likely To Be Radicalized?

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Smoke from heavy shelling rises above buildings in Dara'a, Syria, on Aug. 28. Ugarit News/AP hide caption

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Security Expert: 'We Cannot Live in Fear' About 'Soft' Targets

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Pentagon Extends Its Reach Throughout Northern Africa

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The National Security Agency says its massive new data center near Salt Lake City will enhance the agency's ability to analyze the email, text message, cellphone and landline metadata it collects. Rick Bowmer/AP hide caption

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Booting Up: New NSA Data Farm Takes Root In Utah

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Boston Police Commissioner Edward Davis talks with reporters during the hunt for the Boston Marathon bombers in April. Michael Reynolds /EPA/Landov hide caption

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