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U.S. President Joe Biden during a round table discussion at a European Union (EU) leaders summit in Brussels, Belgium, on Tuesday, June 15, 2021. The U.S. and the European Union agreed to end their 17-year dispute over aircraft subsidies to Airbus SE and Boeing Co. that saw the allies impose tariffs on $11.5 billion of each others exports. Photographer: Thierry Monasse/Bloomberg via Getty Images

The Biden administration says it’ll enhance its analysis of threats from domestic terrorists as part of a nationwide strategy to combat domestic terrorism. The new plan unveiled Tuesday includes enhancing the sharing of intelligence within law enforcement agencies. The administration will work with tech companies to eliminate terrorist content online. The National Security Council plan comes six months after a mob of insurgents loyal to President Donald Trump stormed the U.S. Capitol as Congress was voting to certify Joe Biden’s presidential win. The Office of the Director of National Intelligence says domestic violent extremists pose an increased threat in 2021. President Joe Biden calls domestic terrorism “a stain on the soul of America.”