What MI5 Can Tell the FBI About Homegrown Terror

The focus of U.K.'s MI5 on detecting and preventing homegrown radicalization may be more realistic than some proposals now being floated for the U.S.

The FBI isn't the first intelligence agency to come under scrutiny for ignoring leads on young men who later proved to be terrorists. The U.K.'s MI5 faced similar questions after Islamist suicide bombers struck London's subway system on July 7, 2005.

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