Leaked Document Weighs Domestic Terror Threats A document that outlines threats to U.S. homeland security warns that non-state terrorism is the largest threat to U.S. security over the next five years and attacks will most likely be ground assaults using truck bombs and shoulder-launched missiles. The Congressional Quarterly first disclosed the leaked document.
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Leaked Document Weighs Domestic Terror Threats

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Leaked Document Weighs Domestic Terror Threats

Leaked Document Weighs Domestic Terror Threats

Leaked Document Weighs Domestic Terror Threats

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A document that outlines threats to U.S. homeland security warns that non-state terrorism is the largest threat to U.S. security over the next five years and attacks will most likely be ground assaults using truck bombs and shoulder-launched missiles. The Congressional Quarterly first disclosed the leaked document.