Could terrorists smuggle a nuclear bomb through a U.S. port and explode it on American soil? Now that North Korea has nuclear devices — could they or terrorists they work with attack a major U.S. city?
These and other questions are answered in a recent Newsmax Magazine special report "Avoiding Nuclear D-Day."
This Newsmax report, authored by best-selling author Kenneth R. Timmerman, finds the threat is real -- and reveals what the U.S. government had done to stop such an attack.
The Newsmax report reveals how high-tech gear and vigilance are protecting Americans from terrorist nuclear threats.
This Newsmax report takes an in-depth look at how security measures in the U.S. have been completely overhauled since 9/11.
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This blockbuster Newsmax report explores:
- True story: a chilling intel alert set off a frantic search for a nuclear warhead smuggled into the U.S.
- The inside facts about al-Qaida's attempts to acquire a "dirty bomb" that would unleash deadly radiation.
- Why a nuclear detonation in New York City is "everyone's worst nightmare."
- How the U.S. reacted when an intel report suggested New York was about to be hit with a nuclear device.
- How a powerful gamma-ray device can scan cargo cartons - without opening them.
- Why President Bush chose Michael Chertoff as the new Homeland Security Secretary.
- The "rogues gallery" of potential nuclear players - more than just bin Laden threaten our cities.
- Terrorists' potential points of entry: 3,700 terminals, 301 ports.
- The "suitcase nuke" - real or hoax?
- How 2002's Container Security Initiative is "pushing the borders outward."
- The new large X-ray screening machine that can "see" through 16 inches of solid steel - we have some of the first pictures of these devices.
- Why terrorists need a scenario with "zero risk."
- How a new security chief revamped the Port of Baltimore.
- Why Ed Koch believes we are in a "war of civilizations."
- The B-54 - America's one-man, 58-pound nuclear weapon.
- How the Coast Guard went to sea to head off a suspected nuclear attack on New York.
- And much, much more.
This special edition of Newsmax Magazine features an exclusive interview with Customs and Border Commissioner Robert Bonner, who counters claims that his detection strategy is a "dead end" and says: "We've proven that you can risk-manage the terrorist threat."
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This edition of Newsmax magazine is not to be missed.
In addition to our in-depth cover stories and hard-hitting investigative reports, we entertain a constant stream of notable guests.
Past issues have included incisive commentary from such experts as Bill O'Reilly, George Will, Kathleen Parker, Michael Reagan, Ben Stein and David Limbaugh — to name a few.
This special edition of Newsmax magazine also includes:
- Why Bill O'Reilly says he may retire.
- Mel Gibson's new look, new home and new passion.
- Bush second-term blues: What he must do.
- The real story about Rush Limbaugh's drug case.
- Larry Flynt reveals why Hillary is turning him Republican.
- Illegals get tuition breaks not offered to U.S. citizens.
- U.S.: North Korea prints bogus $100 bills.
- Buffett & Gates: Why they think markets won't be rosy.
- Vampire queen Ann Rice finds faith.
- Avian Flu: Is the danger overblown?
- Nudity in Germany loses its luster.
- Sen. Coleman warns of "digital Munich."
- Author Schweizer: Clintons underpaid taxes.
- Why your cell phone doesn't work.
- Rising stars in the GOP: Steele, Daniels.
- McCain's "Fiscal Watch Team" hopes to cut billions.
- Al Franken moves farther left - to Minnesota.
- Bookshelf: On becoming a millionaire Republican.
- Investor calls Greenspan "worst Fed chief ever."
- 150 "nanodrugs" may help fight cancer.
- Dr. Blaylock's take on Vitamin E, Tamiflu and DHEA
- Dr. Laura: The power of believing.
Again, there is so much more in Newsmax magazine, which won a Gold Eddie Award in the News/Commentary category of Folio magazine’s prestigious journalism awards, the Eddies, and has now received a Charlie Award, the highest honor from the Florida Magazine Association, in each of five categories including Best In-Depth Reporting.
Ben Stein says Newsmax reveals the “unafraid, uncomplicated, bare-knuckles truth about today’s dangerous world.”
Mike Reagan, the elder son of the late President Ronald Reagan and chairman and president of The Reagan Legacy Foundation, says: “I guarantee that you’ll love Newsmax magazine.”
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