Passports often offer clues to terrorist threats

Passports often offer clues to terrorist threats
11 terrorist attacks, passports have been scrutinized like never before as federal agents try to keep terrorists and criminals from entering the U.S. Over the last decade, the number of U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents has doubled, from …
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Ai Weiwei says US surveillance reminds him of China
In a column in the Guardian this morning, Ai harshly criticizes the U.S. government for the NSA's PRISM Internet surveillance program — a program the Guardian has been at the forefront of reporting on over the past week. "Privacy is a basic human …
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Dissident's family allowed passports for US trip
The passports arrived as Chinese President Xi Jinping met with U.S. President Barack Obama at a retreat in California. In another conciliatory move, Hu Zhicheng, a Chinese-born businessman who had become a U.S. citizen, was allowed to return home from …
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