Tag: terrorism

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Carlos Lopez-Cantera urged the nation to work together to stand up to “radical terrorism.” In an email to supporters Monday, the lieutenant governor called the shooting at an Orlando nightclub an act of terrorism, and said it was a sober reminder that “terrorists will not think twice about coming after the United States.” “We must […]

Melissa RossDecember 4, 2015
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The biggest counterterrorism challenge of our time is the “lone wolf” who becomes radicalized, Sen. Bill Nelson said Friday. Nelson spoke about the San Bernardino mass shooting with Jacksonville reporters and also talked about legislation he’s introduced to increase security at the nation’s airports. “The problem is not Syrian refugees,” he said. “It takes up to two […]

Ryan RayJune 12, 2016
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Following the nation’s most deadly mass shooting which left 50 dead at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Donald Trump said Sunday he will change the subject of a planned Monday speech to address “this terrorist attack, immigration, and national security.” Trump had originally planned to use the speech to present a litany of attacks against Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton. […]


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