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Security Tighter After L.A. Mall Threat

Security was tightened at malls Thursday after an anonymous caller warned federal authorities that terrorists could strike a Los Angeles shopping center near the Federal Building. Dozens of police and security guards patrolled malls close to the facility, including the indoor Westside Pavilion and The Grove, a maze of new shops in the Fairfax District. Mayor James Hahn urged people to continue their usual activities while remaining vigilant for unusual activity like trucks parked too long in one place or people wearing bulky clothing in hot weather. Authorities have previously acknowledged a number of sites in Southern California could be targets of terrorism, including Los Angeles International Airport, ports, movie studios and bridges. Full Story

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