FBI Director Christopher Wray speaks during the FBI National Academy graduation ceremony on Dec. 15 in Quantico, Va.
FBI Director Christopher Wray speaks during the FBI National Academy graduation ceremony on Dec. 15 in Quantico, Va. Evan Vucci AP
FBI Director Christopher Wray speaks during the FBI National Academy graduation ceremony on Dec. 15 in Quantico, Va. Evan Vucci AP

What are the FBI’s top domestic terrorism concerns for 2018?

December 26, 2017 02:00 AM

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