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Americans Mostly Shrug Off Terror Alerts

Authorities tightened security at airports, train stations, bridges and highways Monday, a day after the government raised the national threat level and said attacks were possible during the holidays. On Sunday, the federal government raised the national terror-attack warning to “Code Orange,” its second-highest level, following warnings that al-Qaida may be plotting attacks against the United States during the holidays. Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge said threat indicators are “perhaps greater now than at any point” since Sept. 11. In Connecticut, state troopers were watching highway bridges and were stationed on commuter trains heading in and out of New York. Full Story

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