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Federal Bureau of Investigation

  • By: Ellen Sexton & Ann E. Robertson
  • In: The SAGE Encyclopedia of Terrorism
  • Edited by: Gus Martin
  • Subject:Terrorism, Terrorism/Counterterrorism, International Security (general)

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has two responsibilities: protecting national security and enforcing federal laws. Since late 2001, the bureau's top priority has been protecting the United States from terrorist attacks. Working with other U.S. agencies as well as ...

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