Is Homeland Security Agency Doing Enough About Domestic Terror Threats?

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Daryl Johnson once worked in U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) studying threats posed by antigovernment groups. His office was shut down five years ago. When members of an armed group seized a federal wildlife refuge in Oregon last week, Johnson was not surprised, the New York Times reports. In 2009, he warned of a
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