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U.S. Warns Travelers to Be Vigilant at Holiday

Saying the threat of another terror attack remained high, Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge urged Americans on Tuesday to be vigilant as they set off on their travels for the Thanksgiving holiday. “As we enter this holiday season, the United States intelligence community continues to receive and evaluate a high volume of recordings indicating possible threats against the United States and United States interests both at home and abroad,” Ridge told reporters after visiting the air marshals’ training center near the Atlantic City airport. Last week, the U.S. government issued an advisory warning of the possibility of an attack on U.S. interests. Ridge said the reasons for the warning included recent suicide attacks abroad and increased reporting by intelligence agencies of possible threats against U.S. interests coinciding with the end of Ramadan, the Muslim holy month. Full Story

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