America’s Next 12 Terror Threats

America celebrated its resilience this Sept. 11, but the looming specter of new attacks requires renewed vigilance. From energy assets to cyberterrorism, John Solomon explores a dozen potential threats—and our preparedness.

With solemn grandeur, Americans celebrated a decade of resilience and resolve since the terror attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. And while the celebration of the anniversary—the first since Osama bin Laden’s death—may have helped bring closure to some, it can’t obscure the looming threat of new attacks as the United States enters its second decade in the war against terror.

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Al Qaeda’s attacks a decade ago exposed what the 9/11 commission concluded was “failures of imagination” in the security posture of the United States, the inability to envision the tactics that a determined, crafty enemy might use against Americans.

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