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Bush Signs Airport Security Bill

November 19, 2001
WASHINGTON, D.C. – President Bush signed legislation to make the nation’s airport baggage screeners federal employees to enhance airport security.

Student Shoots Himself At School

November 14, 2001
DETROIT — A 17-year-old student smuggled guns into his school outside a small town north of Detroit, took two hostages and then killed himself, law enforcement officials said.

Massachusetts Clears Five 'Salem Witches'

November 14, 2001
BOSTON — More than three hundred years after being accused, tried and hanged as witches on Gallows Hill in Salem, Mass., five women have been officially exonerated by the state.

Red Cross Liberty Fund To Go To Victims

November 14, 2001
WASHINGTON, D.C. - The American Red Cross said it will use all the money donated to the Liberty Fund for people affected by the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, reversing a plan to set aside some of the money for other needs.

Ashcroft Orders Intelligence Sharing Training

November 14, 2001
Attorney General John Ashcroft said anti-terrorism task forces in each U.S. attorney's district should hold training sessions for state and local leaders on how to identify foreign intelligence and the best ways of sharing that information.

Local Officials Say FBI Refuses to Cooperate

November 14, 2001
NEW YORK -- Two months after state and local law enforcement officials found themselves forced onto the front lines of a global war on terrorism, many are complaining that the F.B.I. is refusing to provide them with the information they need to protect their communities.

Ashcroft Restructures Justice Department

November 8, 2001
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Attorney General John Ashcroft unveiled a plan to restructure the Justice Department to focus on combating terrorism, possibly changing the role of local law enforcement.

California Cops on Junkyard Wars

November 5, 2001
The Law Dawgs, three Modesto, Calif., police officers, will compete Wednesday night in the semi-finals of The Learning Channel’s Emmy nominated TV show Junkyard Wars.

Airport Security Workers Accused

November 5, 2001
CHICAGO -- Private security workers at O'Hare International Airport were accused of letting a man pass through a checkpoint with several knives and a stun gun.

Airline Security Bill Passed in House

November 2, 2001
The state of airline security is uncertain as the House has passed its own airline security bill, very different from the version passed by the Senate 100 to 0.
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