Some Pols See Red Over Failings of Color-Coded Terror Alert

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The federal government's color-coded threat system is too vague and confusing to help many local and state law enforcement officials prepare for possible terrorist attacks, Congressional investigators said Monday in a report that prompted leading members of Congress to call for an overhaul. The report by the General Accounting Office, the investigative arm of Congress, cited widespread concern among federal, state and local officials about the quality and timing of threat information they received from the Department of Homeland Security, reports the New York Times. A survey sent to 84 agencies, states and United States territories as . . .

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