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U.S. authorities brace for worst after terror warning

Police stepped up security at airports, subways and hotels Saturday, one day after the nation was put on heightened terrorist alert and law enforcement officials indicated New York was a possible target. City officials told residents to be vigilant, but go about their business. Many New Yorkers did just that. “You’ve got to live your life,” said Jonathan Marlow, 23, walking to his job at a midtown Manhattan investment banking firm. But city streets, and particularly traffic aboard subways, was sparse. “This is amazing to me how empty it is,” said Elizabeth Bohlen of Mystic, Conn., waiting at Times Square to board a train. Full Story

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