Explosives & Weapons

  Posted on: Friday, April 27, 2018
Police: Explosive device found at Starbucks in Texas
AP

BEAUMONT, Texas (AP) — Police say a “legitimate explosive device” was found outside a Starbucks in Southeast Texas.



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Explosives:
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4/19/18   Understanding explosive sensitivity with molecule design
4/11/18   Judge: Evaluation for man charged with mailing explosives
4/10/18   25 years urged for buyer of rifles used in terror attack
3/22/18   Raytheon Technology successfully tests high-power microwave capabilities against drones
3/12/18   Measure combating vehicular terrorism advances
3/1/18   TSA, Amtrak test equipment that can detect suicide vests on travelers
2/14/18   Bomber gets life in prison for New York, New Jersey attacks
2/12/18   Spotting IEDs from a safe distance
1/31/18   ISIS bomb-making videos continue to be available on Google platforms
1/11/18   House approves bill aiming to bolster domestic breeders of bomb detecting dogs
12/22/17   What can be done to prevent deadly car rammings?
12/11/17   DHS establishes the Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction office
12/7/17   Secretary Nielsen Announces the Establishment of the Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction Office
11/28/17   Leaflets dropped over NFL games revive concerns about drones
8/25/17   Vehicles: Terrorists’ new weapon of choice
8/1/17   New optical device detects drugs, bomb-making chemicals
7/26/17   U.S. weapons main source of trade in illegal arms on the Dark Web
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