terrorism

Memorial Institute For The Prevention of Terrorism
10:02 am
Mon November 18, 2013

Oklahoma City-Based Counterterrorism Program May Shut Down

Credit Provided / Memorial Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism

An Oklahoma City-based institute that offers free counterterrorism training to police officers may be shutting down.

The Memorial Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism has trained more than 16,000 police officers since 2000. But in September the institute lost its federal funding, which it gets from the Department of Homeland Security, and is now in danger of closing.

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9:21 pm
Fri April 19, 2013

'The Hunt Is Over': Police Apprehend Marathon Bombing Suspect

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Police say they've captured Suspect #2 in Monday's bombing at the Boston Marathon.
Gunfire and explosions have been heard in the Boston suburb of Watertown, Mass., and police have converged on the area. The events there follow the shooting death late Thursday of a campus police officer at the nearby Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Terrorism
1:21 pm
Fri April 19, 2013

With Boston in the News, the Shadow of April 19th Remains

The field of chairs at the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum receives visitors following Friday's memorial service.
Kurt Gwartney KGOU

While the nation’s attention is focused on the unfolding events following Monday’s explosions at the Boston Marathon, Oklahoma City bombing survivors, victims’ family members and others gathered Friday morning for the annual remembrance of that disaster.

After 18 years, the service follows a routine: bag pipes, one second of silence for each of the 168 people who died, a few comments, and then the reading of the names of those killed in the blast.

But this year, the emotions seemed closer to the surface at the service held in the sanctuary of First Church across the street from the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum.

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