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Intelligence on Election Threat Quieted

U.S. government officials say the level of information picked up about an election terror threat has ebbed somewhat recently, but they still believe the danger posed by al-Qaida has not waned. Law enforcement authorities are making arrests and increasing surveillance, tracking several hundred people nationwide in a final push to break up any potential plots before Tuesday’s elections or beyond. Officials have been on alert for a possible al-Qaida strike since intelligence sources this spring and summer indicated the group’s interest in such an attack. The sources were never specified publicly. Full Story

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