Antiterror Funding Boost Sought By President

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President Bush will seek a nearly 10 percent increase in spending on efforts to prevent terrorism in the U.S., reports the Washington Post. White House officials said the biggest chunk of extra funds for homeland security would include a 19 percent increase for Justice Department antiterrorism programs, to $2.6 billion. That would allow the FBI
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